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Chapter 6WITHOUTanswers Feedback and Intrinsic Motivation

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EXSS 181 Dr Hedgpeth Chapter 6 Feedback and Intrinsic Motivation 1. In a review of studies investigating the effects of performance feedback, it was found that performance increased approximately a. 10% b. 80% c. 50% d. 25% e. 100% 2. The principles of reinforcement are complex because 3. Results of a behavioral program involving junior high school basketball players indicated that 4. In the study of a team of swimmers by McKenzie and Rushall, 5. According to the results of Komaki and Barnett's study of a Pop Warner football team, a. the team won more games after the intervention period b. the team performed three plays more effectively after the intervention c. there was no significant difference in performance after the intervention d. the team exhibited higher levels of enjoyment after the intervention e. none of the above
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