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Agency, communion, and achievement motivation
Adolescence (1997)
  • Amy Strage, San Jose State University

Examines the relationship between college student's self-concept of agency, communion and achievement motivation. Student's tendencies in adopting attitudes and behaviors consistent with mastery or learned-helpless orientation; Survey conducted on 306 Introductory Psychology students; Agentic or communion orientation.

Publication Date
Summer 1997
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Citation Information
Amy Strage. "Agency, communion, and achievement motivation" Adolescence Vol. 32 Iss. 126 (1997)
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