Achievement goals, emotions, learning, and performance : A process model


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RANELLUCCI, John, Nathan C. HALL, Thomas GÖTZ, 2015. Achievement goals, emotions, learning, and performance : A process model. In: Motivation Science. 1(2), pp. 98-120. ISSN 2333-8113. eISSN 2333-8121. Available under: doi: 10.1037/mot0000014

@article{Ranellucci2015Achie-32426, title={Achievement goals, emotions, learning, and performance : A process model}, year={2015}, doi={10.1037/mot0000014}, number={2}, volume={1}, issn={2333-8113}, journal={Motivation Science}, pages={98--120}, author={Ranellucci, John and Hall, Nathan C. and Götz, Thomas} }

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