Situational goal orientation Measure

Learning goal orientation
1.    I intend to learn as much as I can while performing this task.
2.    I want to really understand the material and procedures for this task.
3.    I look forward to ma‎stering the challenges of this simulation.
4.    If I don’t understand the components of the task right away‚ I will keep trying until I do understand it.
Performance goal orientation
1.    I am eager to prove to others how good I am at this task
2.    I wonder how my score on the next trial will compare with peoples scores.
3.    I am eager to show how much I know about the materials and procedures for this task.
4.    I want to appear competent on the upcoming task.
5.    I want to do better than others on the next trial
 
1= Strongly disagree‚ 2= Disagree‚ 3= Neutral‚ 4=Agree‚ 5= Strongly agree
 
 

Klimoski‚ R.‚ & Boyle‚ P. (1995). Situational goal orientation. Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Breland‚ Benjamin Tyson‚ IV. (2001). learning and performance goal orientations’ on the Goal Setting Process: Is there an Interaction Effect? Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University‚ ma‎ster of Science Thesis. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ee7f/be6393145046a5227c039833fbd6ab3abf7a.pdf