Efficacy: strength of your expectation to be successful. Self efficacy theory: ID to execute a task, efficacy expectations, behavior, outcome
Self competence: belief in ones own competence Self competence theory: 1 experience success-increased compet- increase MO 2 experience failure- decrease comp- decrease MO
Goal setting theory:process goals-performance goals- outcome goals. Goal setting guidelines: specific measurable and observable, identify time constraints, challenging but realistic, short term goals structured to reach long term, consider ID differences.
goal orientations: reason for achievement Goal perspective theory: two goal orientations influence perception of competency. Task oriented goal: mastery ego oriented: out performing others, theory provides framework to understand Mo thru life
autonomy: belief of control over one's own destiny, actions, choices. Self determination theory: every ID has the basic innate need to have a voice or input in determining their own behavior.
relatedness: the belief you care about others and other care about you cognitive evaluation theory extrinsic: scholarship 1 informational- increases MO 2 controlling-decreases MO
main key in determine aggressive and assertive behavior is intent.
Instinct theory agg: (behaviorism) aggression-innate biological drive "instinct"(sex&survival)=catharsis socially acceptable
social learning theory: (cognitive) aggression-learning behavior. Learned through modeling: parents pro athletes. As a result of Re: +Re promotes aggressive behavior -Re erases agrressive behavior. Aggression can be unlearned.