Motivation Performance & Achivement The Thesis

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Additionally, those who were in the test group also scored, on average 20% higher on the test when it was graded by the researcher. Though the case study was based on an abnormal psychology case the questions are associated with content (i.e. reading comprehension) and are not expected to be interpretive. The group was also debriefed at the close of the exam and informed of the nature of the exam and the resulting scoring, which was based on participation as apposed to test scores.

Discussion

This brief research work demonstrates that intrinsic motivation in learning. This also supports the idea that the development of motivation is a balance between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, rather than an entirely intrinsic goal,

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