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Unformatted text preview: not to care about their performance or ignored them altogether. According to Ryan, Stiller and Lynch (1994) people are more likely to internalize motivation if they feel connected to and cared for by their parents and teachers. Vallerand (1997) found that people will be more likely to internalize motivations if peer groups think the activity is important and if they feel competent in their ability to perform the activity....
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