Mastering One’s Destiny

@article{Stout2013MasteringOD,
  title={Mastering One’s Destiny},
  author={Jane Stout and N. Dasgupta},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
  year={2013},
  volume={39},
  pages={748 - 762}
}
We used an achievement goal framework to enhance identity-threatened individuals’ motivation and performance by way of an understudied mechanism, namely, challenge appraisals. In three experiments, women were given a mastery goal (focus on building skills) or a performance goal (perform well, avoid errors) before a mock job interview. Women who focused on mastery rather than performance felt more challenged and less threatened when anticipating an identity-threatening interview; goals did not… Expand
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