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By contrast, in a sample of adolescents with at least some level of self-oriented motivation, greater endorsement of self-transcendent motives consistently predicted greater self-regulation. Finally, zero-order correlations showed that intuitively appealing extrinsic self-oriented motives such as making money in a future job were significant positive predictors of meaningfulness of schoolwork and trait-level self-regulation ( Table 1 ). However this appeared to be due to shared variance with the other motives. The extrinsic self-oriented items include variance both due to a general motivation to go to collegeвwhich would be shared with the purpose itemsвas well as variance due to more specific extrinsic motives (making money, getting out of the house), which might not be. In regression analyses that presumably remove the former source of variance, extrinsic motives were in every case strong negative predictors of both personal meaningfulness of schoolwork and academic self-regulation (see row 3 in Table 2 ). That is, wanting to go to college in order to make money or get out of the house predicted significantly worse academic self-regulation, net of other motives to go to college. Longitudinal measure: college persistence Many factors are likely to affect whether high-school graduates follow through with their college aspirations. These include academic preparation or the need for financial aid. Yet students also face barriers that require self-regulation, such as navigating the bureaucratic difficulties of completing the paperwork for enrollment, housing, course and major selection, well as the need to take entry-level, sometimes-tedious or disconnected introductory courses ( Ryu, 2012 ). College students also have more freedom with their time english grammar letter writing compared to high school students, and they must freely choose to work in service of their long-term goals even as they face daily temptations to engage in social activities or consume entertaining media. Because self-regulation, in theory, should help students complete these tasks and therefore persist in collegeвand recall that diligence task behavior predicted college enrollmentвwe hypothesized that a purpose for learning might predict goal persistence across the socially, academically, and bureaucratically-difficult transition to college. This figure shows that for students with responses at the bottom of the purpose scale (the lowest two out of five points), only 30 of students were still enrolled at college in the Fall immediately following high school graduation. Among students at the mid-point of the purpose scale, 57 were still enrolled in college. Altogether, a self-transcendent purpose for learning predicted persistence toward the eventual goal of college graduation. In the full regression model, other, more self-oriented motives did not, english grammar letter writing. In this sample, those who expressed more of a self-transcendent purpose for learning as they were leaving high school also viewed tedious academic activities as more personally-meaningful and both reported and behaviorally displayed greater academic self-regulation. They were also more likely to continue toward their stated goal of persisting in college. In addition, stronger endorsement of more typical self-oriented motives did not as consistently predict greater self-regulation, suggesting that there is a unique contribution of adding more self-transcendent motives. Study 2: A Longitudinal Intervention Experiment Study 1 was the first english grammar letter writing show that a self-transcendent purpose for learning could predict a tendency to display greater diligence and self-regulation on academic activities as well as greater college persistence, english grammar letter writing. Although encouraging support for our theory, these correlational analyses are limited in their ability to isolate causal processes. We therefore created a novel purpose for learning intervention and assessed its effects on behavior over time. Specifically, we hypothesized that an intervention promoting a self-transcendent purpose for learning could improve GPA in STEM courses several months later, compared to a control group that completed a neutral exercise. Method Participants Participants were 338 ninth grade students at a middle class suburban high school in the Bay Area of Northern California.

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