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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/24/11 Self Determination Theory 3/24/11 Intrinsic Motivation Extrinsic Motivation Amotivation State of flow Lack of motivation No self-regulation Going through the motions Absence of purpose Sense of incompetence Engaging in an activity for a separable outcome Engaging in an activity for its own sake, not for a separable outcome Intrinsic enjoyment and absorption in a challenging and rewarding task feel at one with the task sense of timelessness Recall the motivational continuum we discussed in Week #1.. 3/24/11 SDT Meta-Theory: SDT is an organismic dialectical approach. It begins with the assumption that people are active organisms, with evolved tendencies toward growing, mastering ambient challenges, and integrating new experiences into a coherent sense of self. It is an agentic theory of human motivation. 3/24/11 Formal Theory: Formally SDT comprises five mini-theories, each of which was developed to explain a set of motivationally based phenomena that emerged from laboratory and field research. Each, therefore, addresses one facet of motivation or personality functioning. 3/24/11...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 505 taught by Professor M during the Spring '11 term at S. Connecticut.

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