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Motivation und Volition im Handlungsverlauf

  • A. Achtziger
  • P. M. Gollwitzer
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Part of the Springer-Lehrbuch book series (SLB)

Zusammenfassung

Im Rubikon-Modell der Handlungsphasen werden vier Phasen unterschieden: Abwägen, Planen, Handeln und Bewerten. Das Engagement in diese vier Aktivitäten instigiert eine jeweils andere Bewusstseinslage, die dazu dient, die typisch anfallenden Aufgaben erfolgreich zu bewältigen. Wir geben einen Überblick über die bisher untersuchten Effekte der Bewusstseinslagen des Abwägens und Planens auf Kognition und Verhalten. Anschließend erfolgt die Darstellung der Vorsatztheorie. Hier werden zwei Arten von Intentionen unterschieden: Zielintentionen versus Durchführungsintentionen/Vorsätze. Wir diskutieren die Prozesse, die durch das Setzen von Zielintentionen versus das Fassen von Vorsätzen in Gang gesetzt werden, und berichten die bislang beobachteten Effekte auf das Zielstreben. Das Kapitel endet mit einer Zukunftsperspektive für die Erforschung von Motivation/Volition im Handlungsverlauf.

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  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Sozial- und WirtschaftspsychologieZeppelin UniversitätFriedrichshafenDeutschland
  2. 2.Department of PsychologyNew York UniversityNew YorkUSA

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