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Effects of perfectionism in learning on achievement motivation and achievement goals
creator
KIMURA, Sakiko
subject
perfectionism
goal orientation
achievement motivation
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達成動機
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abstract
Perfectionism, the excessive expectation of perfection, affects learning motivation and behavior. There are two major aspects of perfectionism: (1) a tendency to set high goals (personal standards) and (2) a tendency to care too much about failure (concern over mistakes). Concern over mistakes has long been regarded as a single concept; however, it can be divided into that for the results of achievement behavior and that for the process to attain conclusive results. Therefore, we divided the concept into two and examined the relationship between achievement motivation and achievement goals. A questionnaire survey of university students found that when learners care excessively about failure, they are motivated by a sense of anxiety about failure as well as a sense of fulfillment or competition with others. With regard to goal orientation, it was suggested that having high goals leads to goals for improving one's own ability and to goals for obtaining positive evaluation from others, and that concern over the results of achievement behavior leads to goals for avoiding negative evaluation from others.
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井上弥先生・樋口聡先生退職記念特集号
本研究は,2018年度に広島大学教育学部に提出した卒業論文を加筆・修正したものです。
journal title
Journal of Learning Science
issue
Issue 13
start page
69
end page
78
date of issued
2021-03-30
publisher
広島大学大学院人間社会科学研究科学習開発学領域
issn
1883-8200
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
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format
application/pdf
text version
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rights
Copyright (c) 2021 広島大学大学院人間社会科学研究科学習開発学領域
department
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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