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Assessing the implicit achievement motive: effects of input-condition, administration and picture-position

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-324459
Gruber, Nicole ; Kreuzpointner, Ludwig
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Abstract

Implicit measurements are sensitive for influences of experimenter and situation. An assessment using computers could therefore avert those negative effects, if there is an adequate translation to computer (Blankenship, 2010). We split the achievement motive into the two components hope of success (HS) and fear of failure (FF) and investigated the effects of input condition (handwritten vs. ...

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