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Rewards And Intrinsic Motivation

Author : Judy Cameron
ISBN : 1593113838
Genre : Psychology
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Contrary to popular claims that incentive systems have negative effects in business, education, and other applied settings, this study indicates that rewards can be effectively used to enhance motivation and performance.

The Corsini Encyclopedia Of Psychology

Author : Irving B. Weiner
ISBN : 9780470170236
Genre : Psychology
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Psychologists, researchers, teachers, and students need complete and comprehensive information in the fields of psychology and behavioral science. The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology, Volume Four has been the reference of choice for almost three decades. This indispensable resource is updated and expanded to include much new material. It uniquely and effectively blends psychology and behavioral science. The Fourth Edition features over 1,200 entries; complete coverage of DSM disorders; and a bibliography of over 10,000 citations. Readers will benefit from up-to-date and authoritative coverage of every major area of psychology.

Affective And Emotional Aspects Of Human Computer Interaction

Author : M. Pivec
ISBN : 9781607501497
Genre : Computers
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The learning process can be seen as an emotional and personal experience that is addictive and motivates learners to proactive behaviour. New research methods in this field are related to affective and emotional approaches to computer-supported learning and human-computer interactions. The major topics discussed are emotions, motivation, games and game-experience. The book is divided in three parts, part I, Game-based Learning, reflects upon the two-way interaction between game and student, thus enabling the game to react to the student’s emotional state. Having the possibility to detect and steer the emotional state of the student could have a positive impact on using digital games in education. It is claimed that some commercial computer games increase cognitive skills and may enhance multitasking abilities and the participants’ general ability to learn. Part II, Motivation and Learning, analyses whether the absence or presence of social and personal cues in the communication between a tutor and his or her students influence students’ learning and their satisfaction with the tutor and the course. The research showed that not all types of personal information are equally important and possibly pictorial information is more important than audible information. Part III, Emotions and Emotional Agents, discusses the production of learning environments which enhance the learner’s self esteem, ensure that the learner’s best interests are respected through paying attention to the narrative structures of the learner’s experience, and the ways in which communication can be enhanced through empathy with the learner.

Dimensions Of Well Being

Author : Antonella Delle Fave
ISBN : 8846473620
Genre : Self-Help
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Reflective Teaching

Author : Deb Biggs Thomas
ISBN : 0876503709
Genre : Education
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The Hidden Costs Of Reward

Author : Mark R. Lepper
ISBN : 9781317356752
Genre : Psychology
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Originally published in 1978, this volume provided a broad survey of the latest research and theory, at the time, concerning the potential detrimental effects of inappropriate uses of tangible rewards to modify behaviour. Overall, this research questions the dominant paradigm within which reinforcers, by definition, have positive effects on performance and subsequent behaviour, and suggests new directions for the study of human motivation. In a series of five original integrative essays, the contributors summarize their own and related research programmes. These theoretical essays are complemented by two introductory chapters, that provide a historical context for this research, and four discussion chapters, that speak to broader issues, including both the implications and limitations of the research presented. At the time, this was the latest information on a most provocative area.

The Brain

Author : Richard F. Thompson
ISBN : 0716732262
Genre : Psychology
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This text describes the functioning of the brain and its nerve cells aimed at the student. It presents an overview of brain anatomy and physiology, from molecules to the mind, and ends with talks on learning and memory, language and consciousness.

Intrinsic Motivation

Author : Edward L. Deci
ISBN : 9781461344469
Genre : Science
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As I begin to write this Preface, I feel a rush of excitement. I have now finished the book; my gestalt is coming into completion. Throughout the months that I have been writing this, I have, indeed, been intrinsically motivated. Now that it is finished I feel quite competent and self-determining (see Chapter 2). Whether or not those who read the book will perceive me that way is also a concern of mine (an extrinsic one), but it is a wholly separate issue from the intrinsic rewards I have been experiencing. This book presents a theoretical perspective. It reviews an enormous amount of research which establishes unequivocally that intrinsic motivation exists. Also considered herein are various approaches to the conceptualizing of intrinsic motivation. The book concentrates on the approach which has developed out of the work of Robert White (1959), namely, that intrinsically motivated behaviors are ones which a person engages in so that he may feel competent and self-determining in relation to his environment. The book then considers the development of intrinsic motiva tion, how behaviors are motivated intrinsically, how they relate to and how intrinsic motivation is extrinsically motivated behaviors, affected by extrinsic rewards and controls. It also considers how changes in intrinsic motivation relate to changes in attitudes, how people attribute motivation to each other, how the attribution process is motivated, and how the process of perceiving motivation (and other internal states) in oneself relates to perceiving them in others.

The Oxford Handbook Of Human Motivation

Author : Richard M. Ryan
ISBN : 9780195399820
Genre : Psychology
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The Oxford Handbook of Human Motivation collects together the field's top theorists and researchers to provide overviews of today's most noteworthy theories, topical chapters on phenomena from ego-depletion to flow, recent work on the biological bases of motivation, and applied in chapters on therapy, work, sport, education and relationships.

Individualized Supports For Students With Problem Behaviors

Author : Linda M. Bambara
ISBN : 1593851189
Genre : Psychology
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"Ideally structured for use in teaching and training, this authoritative volume also has much to offer the practicing special educator, school psychologist, behavior support specialist, or other school-based professional. It will serve as a primary or supplemental text in courses in PBS, behavior management, and behavioral interventions in schools."--BOOK JACKET.

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