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The Elliot and Church (2003) study further validates the importance of temperament in educational outcomes as greater behavioral inhibition (BIS) was also associated with both self-handicapping and defensive pessimism. Moreover, performanceavoidance goals and performance-approach goals, consequences of fear of failure, were associated with both strategies as well. Thus, the study provides further support for the nomological network of the hierarchical model of achievement motivation (Elliot & Church, 1997).
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