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The aim of this study was to examine the similarities and differences in goals valuation in father's and children's life. According to the motivative Self-Determination Theory (Deci, Ryan, 2000) the aspirations were divided into two groups: external goals (i.e. finance, power, fame) and internal goals (i.e. affiliation and prosocial goals). The results suggest that teens, unlike their fathers, estimate higher affiliation goals. The report also shows (in both groups) relations between threedoaj:1da5ac51d87c4248bc37f7504bc13f6f fatcat:bon3byrnv5bdtel3rucs6usx6u