Achievement Goal Scale for Youth Sports

1.    My goal is to learn new skills and get as good as possible
2.    The most important thing is to be the best athlete
3.    The most important thing is to improve my skills
4.    My goal is to improve so I am better than others
5.    I work hard to become the best I can be
6.    I want to be better than others at my sport
7.    I feel successful when I learn new skills
8.    To me‚ success means being better than others
9.    I feel successful when I do my best
10.I want to show that I am better than others
11.My goal is to ma‎ster the skills in my sport
12.My goal is to be better than others in my sport
 
1 (Not at all true)‚ to 5 (Very true)
ma‎stery (1‚ 3‚ 5‚ 7‚ 9‚ 11)‚ Ego (2‚ 4‚ 6‚ 8‚ 10‚ 12)
 
This instrument can be found at: Sean et al‚ 2008
 

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Elliot‚ A. J.‚ & Murayama‚ K. (2008). On the measurement of achievement goals: Critique‚ illustration‚ and application. Journal of Educational Psychology‚ 100‚ 613-628.

Sean‚ P. C.‚ Ronald‚ E. S.‚ Frank‚ L. S.‚ Martyn‚ S.‚ Joel. R. G. (2008). “Development and validation of the Achievement Goal Scale for Youth Sports. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 9:686- 703.