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Achievement motivation of secondary school students and their social position in class. Poster,

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Year of publication 2013
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
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Faculty of Social Studies

Description The research is based on theoretical presumptions that social climate and relationships in class can influence students achievement motivation . We used sociometric questionnaire and projective method TAT in McClellands adaptation using Heckhausens content-analytical clue. The relation between social position in class and achievement motivation was proved only partly. Affection in class was not in relation with achievement motivation, neither in detailed point of view with both achievement motives. Influence in class was in slight negative relation with achievement motivation, especially with motive to achieve success. Analyze of relations between extreme students position and achievement motives showed next possibilities of research.
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