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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 term motivation has evolved out of the Latin word 'movere', which means to move.
Similarly, incentives trigger interest among people, facilitating them to participate in particular activities, thus depicting manifestation of the phenomenon of motivation (McKenna, 2000).
There are three types of motivation; intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and self regulation.
Lecturers experiencing this phenomenon need greater motivation compared to other factors.
Thus extrinsic motivation is related to the action that is done to get some rewards (Coetzee, 2011).
Many psychologists have presented theories of motivation.
Keywords: motivation, success, sporting performance.
138) that "the intensity of motivation is the result of the intensity of necessities and needs, expectancies/expectations and enticements".
There is no set pattern to enhance the motivation of employees in one organization due to individual needs and differences.
The leaders and the employees help one another to attain high levels of morality and motivation.
These studies revealed that attitudes towards a SL/FL were significantly correlated with motivation to learn that language, that various variables (e.
It helps in building layers of motivation and different environmental factors related to each level of Maslow's hierarchy for motivating the learning.
Keywords: Mental workload, Academic motivation, Medical education.
Do all this and you are well on your way to motivation.
Various researchers have shown that both motivation (Clement et al.