Situation-Response Measure of Achievement Motivation

SITUATION-RESPONSE MEASURE OF ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION
GudeIa F. Grote 1987
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Situation I:
 You have been approached by a close friend who counts on your help with a personal problem.
Please imagine yourself in this situation.
Now‚ indicate the extent to which each of the following statements describes you in this situation.
Use the following scale for your answers and mark the appropriate responses on the answer sheet
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
1.      Inspired by the challenge to prove yourself
2.      Concerned with preventing a negative outcome for yourself
3.      Confident in your competence
4.      Anxious to avoid disapproval from others
5.      Worrying about how well you will do
6.      ha‎ving high expectations for yourself
7.      Concerned with ma‎stering this situation for your personal satisfaction
8.      Nervous about appearing inadequate
9.      Apprehensive of not meeting your own and others' expectations
10. Expecting a positive outcome for yourself
11. Concerned with excelling over others' performance in this situation
12. Cautious not to encounter failure by overestimating your capabilities
13. How often did you actually experience a situation like the one described during the last two years?
(A) Never
(B) Rarely (Less than once every year)
(C) Sometimes (Less than once every six months)
(D) Often (About once a month)
(E) Very frequently (more than once a month)
First Outcome for Situation I:
Your friend tells you that you have been a big help.
Please imagine that this outcome has occurred for the situation described on the previous page.
Now‚ think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate for each of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused this outcome
Use the following scale for your answers
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
14. Your own competence
15. Your own effort at the time
16. Your general willingness to put effort into things
17. The easiness of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
18. Good luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
Use the following scale for your answers and:
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
19. Happy
20. Satisfied
21. Proud
22. Surprised
23. Hopeful
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced the described situation during the last two years.
24. Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like the described?
(A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outcome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outcome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (I experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)
Second Outcome for Situation I:
You find out that your friend took somebody else's advice instead of yours.
Now‚ please imagine that this outcome has occurred for that same situation.
Please think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate for each of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused the outcome.
Use the following scale for your answers.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
25. Your own lack of competence
26. Your lack of effort at the time
27. Your general lack of willingness to put effort into things
28. The difficulty of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
29. Bad luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for each of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
Use the following scale for your answers.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
30. Sad
31. Guilty
32. Ashamed
33. Surprised
34. Hopeless
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced the described situation during the last two years.
35. Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
(A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outcome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outcome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (I experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)
Situation II:
You are about to take the first test in a class that is essential for your graduation.
Please imagine yourself in this situation.
Now‚ indicate the extent to which each of the following statements describes you in this situation.
Use the following scale for your answers.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
36. Inspired by the Challenge to prove yourself
37. Concerned with preventing a negative outcome for yourself
38. Confident in your competence
39. Anxious to avoid disapproval from others
40. Worrying about how well you will do
41. ha‎ving high expectations for yourself
42. Concerned with ma‎stering this situation for your personal satisfaction
43. Nervous about appearing inadequate
44. Apprehensive of not meeting your own and others' expectations
45. Expecting a positive outcome for yourself
46. Concerned with excelling over others' performance in this situation
47. Cautious not to encounter failure by overestimating your capabilities
48. How often did you actually experience a situation like the one described during the last two years?
(A) Never
(B) Rarely (Less than once every year)
(C) Sometimes (Less than once every six months)
(D) Often (About once a month)
(E) Very frequently (More than once a month)
First Outcome for Situation II:
You receive a poor grade on the test.
Please imagine that this outcome has occurred for the situation described on the previous page.
Now‚ think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate for of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused the outcome.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
49. Your own lack of competence
50. Your lack of effort at the time
51. Your general lack of willingness to put effort into things
52. The difficulty of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
53. Bad luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for each of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
54. Sad
55. Guilty
56. Ashamed
57. Surprised
58. Hopeless
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced the described situation during the last two years.
59. Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
 (A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outcome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outcome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (I experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)
Second Outcome for Situation II:
You receive a very good grade on the test.
Now‚ please imagine that this outcome has occurred for that same situation.
Please think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate each of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused this outcome.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
60. Your own competence
61. Your own effort at the time
62. Your general willingness to put effort into things
63. The easiness of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
64. Good luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for each of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
65. Happy
66. Satisfied
67. Proud
68. Surprised
69. Hopeful
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced described situation during the last two years.
70. Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
 (A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outcome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outcome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (I experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)II
II Situation III:
You are clothes-shopping.
Please imagine yourself in this situation
Now‚ indicate the extent to which each of the following statements describes you in this situation. -
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
71. Inspired by the Challenge to prove yourself
72. Concerned with preventing a negative outcme for yourself
73. Confident in your competence
74. Anxious to avoid disapproval from others
75. Worrying about how well you will do
76. ha‎ving high expectations for yourself
77. Concerned with ma‎stering this situation for your personal satisfaction
78. Nervous about appearing inadequate
79. Apprehensive of not meeting your own and others' expectations
80. Expecting a positive outcome for yourself
81. Concerned with excelling over others' performance in this situation
82. Cautious not to encounter failure by overestimating your capabilities
83. How often did you actually experience a situation like the one described during the last two years?
(A) Never
(B) Rarely (Less than once every year)
(C) Sometimes (Less than once every six months)
(D) Often (About once a month)
(E) Very frequently (More than once a month)ha‎ving
First Outcome for Situation III:
Somebody compliments you on your new clothes
Please imagine that this outcome has occurred for the situation described on the previous page.
Now‚ think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate for of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused this outcome.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
84. Your own competence
85. Your own effort at the time
86. Your general willingness to put effort into things
87. The easiness of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
88. Good luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for each of the items below the extent to which it describes 'your feelings.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
89. Happy
90. Satisfied
91. Proud
92. Surprised
93. Hopeful
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced the described situation during the last two years.
94. Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
(A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outcome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outcome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (1 experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)
Second Outcome for Situation III:
Somebody makes a nasty comment about your new clothes. ::
Now‚ please imagine that this outcome has occurred for that same situation.
Please think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate each of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused the outcome.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
95. Your own lack of competence
96. Your lack of effort at the time
97. Your general lack of willingness to put effort into things
98. The difficulty of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
99. Bad luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for each of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
100.                      Sad
101.                      Guilty
102.                      Ashamed
103.                      Surprised
104.                      Hopeless
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced the described situation during the last two years.
105.                      Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
(A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outome in about half of the occasions)
(n) Often (1 experienced such an outome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (1 experienced such an outcome in all the occasions):
Situation IV:
You are talking to your parents in order to convince them that your career plans are reasonable.
Please imagine yourself in this situation.
Now‚ indicate the extent to which each of the following statements describes you in this situation.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
106.                      Inspired by the challenge to prove yourself
107.                      Concerned with preventing a negative outcome for yourself
108.                      Confident in your competence
109.                      Anxious to avoid disapproval from others
110.                      Worrying about how well you will do
111.                      ha‎ving high expectations for yourself
112.                      Concerned with ma‎stering this situation for your personal satisfaction
113.                      Nervous about appearing inadequate
114.                      Apprehensive of not meeting your own and others' expectations
115.                      Expecting a positive outcome for yourself
116.                      Concerned with excelling over others' performance in this situation
117.                      Cautious not to encounter failure by overestimating your capabilities
118.                      How often did you actually experience a situation like the one described during the last two years?
(A) Never
(B) Rarely (Less than once every year)
(C) Sometimes (Less than once every six months)
(D) Often (About once a month)
(E) Very frequently (More than once a month)I I ha‎ving ‚I
First Outcome for Situation IV:
You end the discussion without ha‎ving reached an understanding.
Please imagine that this outcome has occurred for the situation described on the previous page.
Now‚ think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate for of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused the outcome.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
119.                      Your own lack of competence
120.                      Your lack of effort at the time
121.                      Your general lack of willingness to put effort into things
122.                      The difficulty of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
123.                      Bad luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
124.                      Sad
125.                      Guilty
126.                      Ashamed
127.                      Surprised
128.                      Hopeless
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced the described situation during the last two years.
129.                      Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
(A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outome in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (I experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)
Second Outcome for Situation IV:
Your parents end the discussion by assuring you of their further support.
Now‚ please imagine that this outcome has occurred for that same situation.
Please think about what could cause such an outcome for you and indicate each of the listed reasons how likely they are to have caused this outcome.
Very unlikely=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very likely
130.                      Your own competence.
131.                      Your own effort at the time
132.                      Your general willingness to put effort into things
133.                      The easiness of the tasks you were faced with in the situation
134.                      Good luck
Now‚ please think about how you feel after such an outcome and indicate for each of the items below the extent to which it describes your feelings.
Not at all=1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5= Very much
135.                      Happy
136.                      Satisfied
137.                      Proud
138.                      Surprised
139.                      Hopeful
Now‚ please think again about the times when you actually experienced described situation during the last two years.
140.                      Of those occasions‚ how often did you experience an outcome like described?
 (A) Never (I never experienced the situation and/or the outcome)
(B) Rarely (I experienced such an outcome in less than half of the occasions)
(C) Sometimes (I experienced such an outome in about half of the occasions)
(D) Often (I experienced such an outoae in more than half of the occasions)
(E) Always (I experienced such an outcome in all the occasions)
چگونگی دستیابی
This instrument can be found on page 34-35 of Measures for the assessment of dimensions of violence against women: A compendium. Compiled by Michael Flood‚ 5 November 2008. available online at: http://cart.rmcdenver.com/instruments/situation_response.pdf
برای آگاهی بیشتر با نشانی زیر ارتباط برقرار کنید.
GudeIa F. Grote. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology‚ Zurich. Phone +4116327086
grote@ifap.bepr.ethz.ch
Lawrence R. James. University of Tennessee‚ Knoxville.
Testing Behavioral Consistency and Coherence with the Situation-Response Measure of Achievement Motivation. Multivariate Behavioral Research. Volume 26‚ Issue 4‚ 1991
   
خرداد 1396
اسفند 1395
آبان 1395
فروردین 1394
خرداد 1393
فروردین 1393
اسفند 1392
بهمن 1392
دی 1390
آذر 1390
تیر 1390
خرداد 1390
اردیبهشت 1390
بهمن 1389
دی 1389
اردیبهشت 1389
دی 1388
آبان 1388
شهریور 1388
مرداد 1388
تیر 1388
خرداد 1388
   
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