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Chapter Twelve Motivation
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Overview The behavioral view of motivation The social-cognitive view of motivation Other cognitive views of motivation The humanistic view of motivation The role of self-perceptions in motivation Motivating students with technology
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Types of Motivation Extrinsic motivation Occurs when learner does something to earn external reward Intrinsic motivation Occurs when learner does something to experience inherently satisfying results
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The Behavioral View of Motivation Motivation is due to reinforcement and external rewards. Students are motivated to complete a task by being promised some type of reward.
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Dangers of Extrinsic Motivation Changes in behavior may be temporary; the student may revert to earlier behaviors as soon as the rewards stop. Students may develop a materialistic attitude toward learning. Giving students extrinsic rewards for completing a task may lessen the intrinsic motivation they may have for that activity (undermining effect).
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The Social Cognitive View of Motivation Two factors that influence motivation: The models to which people are exposed The level and influence of people’s self-efficacy Choice of learning goals Outcome expectations Attributions
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The Role of Self-Efficacy in Motivation Choice of learning goals Task mastery goals Ego/social goals Work-avoidant goals Outcome expectations Attributions Ability, effort, luck, task difficulty
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course PSYCH 111 taught by Professor Larson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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