Мотивация достижения: теории, исследования, проблемы Т. О. Гордеева



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1 Все рассматриваемые нами теории являются американскими. Современные исследования немецкой школы, занимающейся проблематикой мотивации достижения, представлены в других работах отечественных авторов (см. Васильев, Магомед-Эминов, 1991). На русский язык были также переведены две книги Х. Хекхаузена (1986, 2001), основателя этой школы, в которых содержится детальный обзор англо- и немецкоязычных работ по данной проблематике вплоть до 1979 года.

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