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Running head: HOW DECISION REVERSIBILITY AFFECTS MOTIVATION 1 How decision reversibility affects motivation Name Institution Date
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HOW DECISION REVERSIBILITY AFFECTS MOTIVATION 2 The article on decision reversibility is written by Lottie Bullens, Frenk and Jens Forster. The article is divided into sections each of which focusses on a principal area of research regarding the research topic. The principal focus of the article is the manner in which the reversibility of decision can affect motivation. Based on the extant findings, the authors highlight that decision reversibility could affect motivation by strengthening different foci of motivation. This is with reversible decision-making as opposed to the case of irreversible decision making, promoting the strength of the prevention that is rooted to the prevention to a greater extent than the kind of motivation that is not related to the promotion. In such a case, the author indicates that the reversibility of the decision should have its effects in association with relative differences between promotion and prevention-related motivation. The article documents the tests that were conducted to these predictions. This is conducted in fives tests that manipulate the decision reversibility using different focus indicators of regulation motivation.
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