Performance Approach-Avoidance Motivation and Planned Behavior Theory: Model Stability with Greek Students with and without Learning Disabilities

@inproceedings{Sideridis2005PerformanceAM,
  title={Performance Approach-Avoidance Motivation and Planned Behavior Theory: Model Stability with Greek Students with and without Learning Disabilities},
  author={Georgios D. Sideridis},
  year={2005}
}
ABSTRACT Two studies evaluated the contribution of goal orientation—over and above the constructs of planned behavior theory—in explaining the relationship between attitudes, motivation, and academic achievement for students with and without learning disabilities. Results indicated that a performance-approach orientation exerted significant positive effects on all elements of planned behavior theory, whereas the effects of performance-avoidance orientation were minimal and mostly on the… CONTINUE READING

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