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Synonyms for motivation

Synonyms for motivation

something that encourages

a basis for an action or a decision

Synonyms for motivation

the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal

the condition of being motivated

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the act of motivating

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The influence of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation on long term performance of employees has been explored by various scholars (Deci, Koestner, and Ryan, 1999; Kreps, 1997; Lin, 2007).
Despite the fact that these are three operationally different concepts, no empirical studies yet link compassion fatigue, intrinsic motivation, and spiritual intelligence in a sample of church pastors.
The subscales assess the dimensions of Intrinsic Motivation (items 1, 5, 9, and 13), Identified Regulation (items 2, 6, 10, and 14), External Regulation (items 3, 7, 11, and 15), and Amotivation (items 4, 8, 12, and 16) in a specific situation.
However, several studies have found competence to be the strongest predictor of intrinsic motivation compared with autonomy and relatedness in the domain of PE (Standage et al.
This similar view is also stated by Newby [21] who refers to intrinsic motivation as the internal motivation and enthusiasm to do something.
Intrinsic motivation is characterized by an innate interest, joy and pleasure that comes from within and is more long lasting as compared to extrinsic motivation (Guay, Chanal, Ratelle, Marsh, Larose, & Boivin, 2010).
Mean score (see table 1) for the subscales of intrinsic motivation (i.
Hypothesis 4: Intrinsic motivation will mediate the relationship between high-performance human resource practices and individual creativity.
Mastery Goals were used to assess participant's current level of intrinsic motivation before and after the experiment.
The Relationships among Extrinsic Incentives, Intrinsic Motivation, and Performance
Furthermore, students' positive selfperceptions, academic and classroom engagement, effort invested and academic expectancies are promoted through teacher-student relationships that are caring and supportive as well as through teacher instruction that supports student autonomy and proper classroom structure; teachers have the ability to encourage student engagement and motivation by enhancing relatedness to school, student- perceived competence, intrinsic motivation, and autonomy orientation23.
The intrinsic motivation subscale from the Chinese version of the Behavioural Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire -2 (Chung & Liu, 2012), which comprised four items, was employed for measuring exercise intrinsic motivation.
Objective: INTERCOGAMs goal is to develop and use information theory based intrinsic motivation formalisms to evaluate automatically generated game mechanics.
The other significant results of this piece is to enable the importance of promoting intrinsic motivation, introjected regulation and flow experience as well as reducing perceiving SPA of exercisers in order to foster their exercise behaviours.
The highest correlation in Phase 5 was between mental effort and intrinsic motivation (r=0.