Home » Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation development and wellness » 1. Extrinsic motivation: 1. Extrinsic motivation: 1. Extrinsic motivation: 1 point Involves engaging in a behavior for the sake of achieving some other outcome Is highly stable and is a strong predictor of persistence over time. Always involves some material or monetary reward All of the above are true of extrinsic motivation ======================================== 6. Which of the following student’s responses is the best example of external regulation for doing schoolwork? 1 point Simone who says, “I do all my homework every night because I get a horrible, guilty feeling if I don’t finish it all.” Michael who says, “I’ve been working a lot harder in school lately because my dad said I can get a dirt bike if I don’t get any C’s on this report card!” Dominique who says, “I work hard because learning is something that I value. It’s important to me to learn about the world around me.” All of the above are examples of external regulation Other Questions Of This Category 8. Yamauchi and Tanaka (1998) conducted a study of Japanese school children’s motivations for doing schoolwork. Results of this study indicate that:9. Yamauchi and Tanaka (1998)’s study indicates that which of the following self-regulatory styles is most strongly correlated with performance orientation, or the focus on doing better than others.12. Van Hiel and VanSteenkiste (2009) conducted a study on the effects of obtaining different types of goals on well-being and attitudes toward death among two cohorts of older adults Results of this…19. Which of the following best describes the trajectory of motivation over the school years?13. Why are parents often controlling?13. Deci’s (1971) classic study illustrates the undermining effect which refers to:14. In Werneke and Tomasello’s 2008 research on helping behavior in children suggests that:10. Niemic, Ryan, & Deci’s (2009) longitudinal study of college students’ life goal pursuits indicated that:6. According to Self-Determination Theory, with of the following is NOT true of motivation:9. According to SDT research and theory which of the following best characterizes the role of parents in their children’s growth and development?15. Deci, Koestner, and Ryan’s (1999) meta-analysis on the effects of rewards on intrinsic motivation indicates that:The maintenance and transfer problem refers to the phenomenon whereby:4. SDT focuses on "volitional" behaviors, which can be defined as:20. Which statement about autonomy support from teachers is true:8. According to SDT, achieving which of the following goals would be most likely to relate to greater well-being?