Motivational involvement and motivational persistence; explanatory models and empirical data
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TICU, Constantin. Motivational involvement and motivational persistence; explanatory models and empirical data. In: Current Affairs and Perspectives in Psychological ResearchInternational conference of applied psychology. 29-30 noiembrie 2018, Chisinau. Chișinău, Republic of Moldova: CEP USM, 2018, p. 22.
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Current Affairs and Perspectives in Psychological Research 2018
Conferința "International Conference of Applied psychology"
Chisinau, Moldova, 29-30 noiembrie 2018

Motivational involvement and motivational persistence; explanatory models and empirical data


Pag. 22-22

Ticu Constantin
 
„Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Iasi
 
Disponibil în IBN: 4 iunie 2019


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Motivational involvement (to be attracted to / to intend to attain personal motivating goals) and motivational persistence (to persevere behaviorally and motivationally in the effort of achieving ambitious targets) represent two different stages of the motivational process, two distinct modules of the motivation (Constantin, 2008), if we analyze motivation in terms of Rubicon Model (Gollwitzer, 2000, 2001, Heckhausen & Heckhausen, 2008). Taking into account scientific data, we have developed a motivational model framework and two standardized questionnaire: one for motivational involvement evaluation (The Motivational Involvement Scale, Constantin et al. 2008) and the other for motivational persistence evaluation (The Motivational Persistence Scale; Constantin et al., 2011). We will present the motivational model framework and relevant data related to utility and validity of these scales, including data from the validation process of these scales in Republic of Moldova, on Romanian or Russian-speaking populations.

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motivation, Rubicon Model, motivational involvement, motivational persistence, validation