Paul R Pintrich’s goal theory emphasises that different types of goals can influence behaviours in achievement situations. In his view, this motivation had three components, namely: “(a) value (including task value and achievement goal orientation), (b) expectancies (including control beliefs, self-efficacy beliefs, and expectancy for success), and (c) affect (focusing primarily on test anxiety and self esteem).” Motivation and self-regulated learning

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