How Goals and Plans Affect Action


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GOLLWITZER, Peter M., Bernd SCHAAL, 2001. How Goals and Plans Affect Action. In: COLLIS, Janet M., ed.. Intelligence and personality. New York:Erlbaum, pp. 139-161

@incollection{Gollwitzer2001Goals-11038, title={How Goals and Plans Affect Action}, year={2001}, address={New York}, publisher={Erlbaum}, booktitle={Intelligence and personality}, pages={139--161}, editor={Collis, Janet M.}, author={Gollwitzer, Peter M. and Schaal, Bernd} }

deposit-license 2011-03-25T09:24:58Z First publ. in: Intelligence and personality / ed. by Janet M. Collis. New York: Erlbaum, 2001, pp.139-161 2001 2011-03-25T09:24:58Z Gollwitzer, Peter M. application/pdf Schaal, Bernd Schaal, Bernd How Goals and Plans Affect Action Gollwitzer, Peter M. eng The concepts of goals and plans have not only played an important role in research on motivation and self-regulation (Ach, 1935; Carver & Scheier, 1981; Kruglanski, 1996; Lewin, 1926; Miller, Galanter, & Pribram, 1960), but goals and plans and their effects on affect, behavior, and cognition have become a very popular research topic in social psychology (Frese & Sabini, 1985; Gollwitzer & Bargh, 1996; Halisch & Kuhl, 1987; Pervin, 1989). The goal concept has also received recent attention in educational psychology (Snow & Corno, 1996). Modem goal theories can be c1assified in two groups: (a) goal content theories, and (b) self-regulation theories of goal striving. How these goal theories contribute to theorizing about educational implications of goal setting and goal striving is discussed in this chapter.

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