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Synonyms for extrinsic

Synonyms for extrinsic

not part of the essential nature of a thing

Antonyms for extrinsic

not forming an essential part of a thing or arising or originating from the outside

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While conducting research on professionals involved in open-source projects, Hars &Ou (2002) identified certain extrinsic rewards important to software professionals.
Kendall's tau (tau) correlations were used to examine the relationships between the demographic characteristics and intrinsic and extrinsic factor items.
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Orientation Scales (Gorsuch & McPherson, 1989) record more intra-traditional forms of commitment.
Repeated measures analysis of variance (SPSS version 19 [IBM Corp; Armonk, New York]) was used to examine the effect of (1) arch height, (2) extrinsic wedges, and (3) intrinsic wedges, using absolute measures (millimeters) of tissue thickness (a = 0.
The mean scores of total academic motivation, extrinsic motivation and intrinsic component were 103.
The FDA appears to have heeded the industry input and has taken an incremental approach by asking manufacturers to implement voluntary changes and also offered guidance on ways to reduce extrinsic contamination.
A more recent study assessed the connections between men's and women's intrinsic and extrinsic religiosity and use of Internet pornography at a conservative Christian institution (Baltazar et al.
Then, we briefly review the extrinsic, intrinsic, and transitive motivation concluding that although intrinsic motivation eliminates many of the limitations imposed when utility and compartmentalization are seen in a mechanistic way, the binomial exterior/interior remains unframed.
This is particularly of importance as SDT posits that an increase in extrinsic motivation (e.
Maryland also allows an insured to establish the potential of coverage under an insurance policy through the use of extrinsic evidence.
However, a mortgagee is not able to use the reference to extrinsic documents as a means to hide collateral.
It argues that extrinsic relations contribute to the supervenience base of many kinds or sorts, and that these extrinsic relations ground differences between colocated objects, such as statues and lumps of clay, human beings and lumps of tissue, and planets and masses of matter.
Intrinsic, or chronological, aging is different from extrinsic aging, which is caused primarily by sun exposure.
AquaMax HM and AquaMax LM offer novel extrinsic and intrinsic modes of action that can bring a number of highly beneficial effects to the skin," explained Bruce W.