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Keeping your eyes on the prize versus your nose to the grindstone: the effects of level of goal evaluation on mood and motivation
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
Though higher level, primary goals provide meaning and direction for a person, evaluating progress on that primary goal versus a sub-goal is risky. Study 1 was a 2 x 2 experiment in which framing level (sub-goal or primary ...