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Achievement motivation and attribution theory.

Author: Bernard Weiner
Publisher: Morristown, N.J., General Learning Press [1974]
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Weiner, Bernard, 1935-
Achievement motivation and attribution theory.
Morristown, N.J., General Learning Press [1974]
(OCoLC)652298872
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Weiner
OCLC Number: 1031013
Description: vi, 216 pages illustrations 23 cm
Contents: Overview and historical perspective: Weiner, B. Achievement motivation as conceptualized by an attribution theorist. Heckhausen, H. and Weiner, B. The emergence of a cognitive psychology of motivation.--The antecedents of causal attributions: Frieze, I. and Weiner, B. Cue utilization and attributional judgments for success and failure. Kukla, A. Attributional determinants of achievement-related behavior. Kun, A. and Weiner, B. Necessary versus sufficient causal schemata for success and failure.--The consequences of causal attributions: Weiner, B.A conceptual analysis of locus of control. McMahan, I.D. Relationships between causal attributions and expectancy of success. Weiner, B. and Kukla, A. An attributional analysis of achievement motivation. Rest, S. [and others] Further evidence concerning the effects of perceptions of effort and ability on achievement evaluation. Weiner, B. and Sierad, J. Misattribution for failure and the enhancement of achievement strivings: a preliminary report.--Developmental, educational, and social implications: Weiner, B. and Peter, N.A cognitive-developmental analysis of achievement and moral judgments. Weiner, B. Attribution theory, achievement motivation, and the educational process. Weiner, B. From each according to his abilities: the role of effort in a moral society.--Bibliography (p. 203-210).

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