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People with __________ exhibit less anxiety, greater motivation, and stronger expectations that effort leads to performance.
People with internal locus of control exhibit less anxiety, greater motivation, and stronger expectations that effort leads to performance.
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People with internal locus of control exhibit less anxiety, greater motivation, and stronger expectations that effort leads to performance.
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