The interactive roles of mastery climate and performance climate in predicting intrinsic motivation
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OriginalversjonScandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. 2015, 27, 245-253 10.1111/sms.12634
This study examined the interplay between perceived mastery and performance climates in predicting increased intrinsic motivation. The results of a two-wave longitudinal study comprising of 141 individuals from three military academies revealed a positive relationship between a perceived mastery climate and increased intrinsic motivation only for individuals who perceived a low performance climate. This finding suggests a positive relationship between a perceived mastery climate and increased intrinsic motivation only when combined with low perceptions of a performance climate. Hence, introducing a performance climate in addition to a mastery climate can be an undermining motivational strategy, since it attenuates the positive relationship between a mastery climate and increased intrinsic motivation. Implications for future research and practice are discussed.
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