Measuring goal involvement in specific achievement situations: Development and validation of a 6-goal questionnaire

ConclusionThe FAGIQ-6 can reliably measure goal involvement in specific achievement situations and thus enables new avenues of research on the dynamics of achievement goals.RésuméIntroductionActuellement, il existe un intérêt croissant pour la dynamique des buts d’accomplissement et ses conséquences sur les patrons motivationnels, incitant les chercheurs à se concentrer de plus en plus sur les états d’implication dans ces buts.ObjectifL’objet du présent travail était de développer et valider un questionnaire d’implication dans les buts d’accomplissement en français inspiré du modèle en six buts d’Elliot et al. (2011), le QIBAF-6.MéthodeUne version préliminaire de 40 items a d’abord été créée. Sa clarté a été évaluée auprès de 152 étudiants de licence français. Sa structure factorielle a ensuite été testée à l’aide d’analyses factorielles confirmatoires sur des données collectées auprès de 439 lycéens français. Enfin, des analyses de régression sur des données collectées auprès de 317 autres lycéens ont été utilisées pour tester la relation entre l’instrument et des construits réputé...
Source: European Review of Applied Psychology - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

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