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A psychological orientation in which an individual wishes to have direct personal rewards regardless of the effects on others working with that individual. A self-orientated person is often dominating, introspective, and socially insensitive. Highly successful athletes tend to be self-orientated while good coaches tend to be lower in self-orientation. Compare task orientation.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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