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DeciRyan-conclusions - — beliefs and actions coinciding...

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Key concepts in: Deci, E. & Ryan, R. Self-Determination Theory and the Development of Intrinsic Motivation,  Social Development, and Well-Being.  American Psychologist . (2000).  (55) 1, 68-78. meaning and purpose of essential positive factors to well-being: Competence (related to Bandura's self-efficacy)  Autonomy is important in self-determination  Interrelatedness
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Unformatted text preview: — beliefs and actions coinciding with some social groups' cared for by parents and sometimes teachers. Self-Determination Theory (SDT) — theory of human motivation that blends the scientific method of research with an individual's "evolved inner resources for personality development and behavioral self-regulation" (p. 68)...
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