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A. Annexe, Synthèse des variables utilisées pour les expériences 1 à 7

B. Annexe and .. .. Sondage-d'intérêt,

C. Annexe, Matériels des expériences 2 à 7

D. Annexe, Exemple de présentation des variables mesurées

E. Annexe, Détail des résultats des expériences 1 à 7 et de l'analyse groupée

F. Annexe, Questionnaire des buts d'accomplissement (Darnon et Butera, 2005)

G. Annexe, Expérience 9 -Exemple de la présentation du choix de continuer la phase d'entraînement

H. Annexe, Matériel et procédure de l'expérience 10

I. Annexe, Résultats complémentaires expérience 10 -Influence du type de connaissances et de la phase de réponse