Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2021/Achievement motivation and attribution theory
Hi, great work so far on developing your topic. Here a few handy tips to help you along.
- Putting a box around focus questions will help them stand out better. Following up with the answers to focus questions at the end will show your understanding of the topic and is a great way to summarise the chapter. Add a dot point to the last question to ensure consistency.
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- Bracket placed around in text citation Vaughn & Hogg, 2018.
- Edited line áttributee those findings, previously over two paragraphs.
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Hello, firstly you've done a great job on your book chapter so far, but I just noticed in your overview that there were two incomplete sentences, I have re-wrote it for you if you wish you use this instead: Motivation is a broad concept in psychology, one which has many theoretical and practical implications. This book chapter will focus specifically on achievement motivation, and the chapter also discusses what defines achievement motivation and how it falls under the broader concept of motivation. The referenced research and theories aim to answer how attributions affect achievement motivation by delving into defining attributions and exploring attribution theory.
Hi there. I found your topic interesting, and especially some of the subheadings. I have found an article particularly about self serving bias, a section that I saw you have not yet completed. I hope it might be able to help you in finishing this section. The title is called: Immune to Situation: The Self-Serving Bias in Unambiguous Contexts, with a link here: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00822. --U3127020 (discuss • contribs) 03:47, 14 October 2021 (UTC)
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Hi, I think you would have more marks if you re-check the marking criteria. There are a few marks that you could easily have. For example, the marking criteria mentioned that "Provide up to about half a dozen wiki links to related Wikiversity book chapters and/or Wikipedia articles". I put the link here for you: https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Motivation_and_emotion/Assessment/Chapter Moreover, it is a great way to make your chapter looks good by removing the parts of the template that are not relevant to the topic before you publish the chapter. Hope that would help.--U3195440 (discuss • contribs) 20:59, 17 October 2021 (UTC)