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Dividing a problem into a number of intermediate goals and then identifying a means of solving each subgoal is called _________________.
As Jim looks at his report card, he remarks to Judy, "I got that B because I really didn't work hard in
Mr. Wedell's calculus class." According to Weiner, Jim is attributing the cause of his grade to causes that are
In expectancy x value theory, the two sources of motivation are
Individuals are naturally motivated to learn by
Which one of the following quotes exemplifies a learning or mastery goal?
Students who demonstrate "learned helplessness" are likely to
Students who focus on learning goals because they value achievement and see their ability as being improvable are said to be students.
Students whose sense of self-worth and self-efficacy deteriorate become students.
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