Home » Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation development and wellness » 11. Sheldon & Krieger (2014) examined income and well-being among different types of lawyers. Results of their study suggest that: 11. Sheldon & Krieger (2014) examined income and well-being among different types of lawyers. Results of their study suggest that: 11. Sheldon & Krieger (2014) examined income and well-being among different types of lawyers. Results of their study suggest that: 1 point Although “money lawyers” made more money than “social advocacy lawyers” the two types were, on average, equally stressed and unhappy. “Money lawyers” were much more stressed out and unhappy than “social advocacy lawyers” because they were working longer hours. Well-being was higher among the “social advocacy lawyers” (compared to the “money lawyers”) because they were more likely to be working on things that were intrinsically important and interesting to them. “Money lawyers” were happier and less stressed than “social advocacy lawyers” because their higher income allowed them to maximize psychological need satisfaction in other areas of their lives. ============================================== 14. Results of Kasser, Ryan, Zax, and Sameroff’s (1995) longitudinal study of adolescents’ values and well-being indicate that: 1 point Mothers (in particular) who were more controlling and cold had children who focused more on materialistic goals and values and displayed more symptoms of psychopathology and internal distress. Having a cold, controlling mother only led to well-being deficits among adolescents who failed to achieve their extrinsic goals. Mothers who were controlling and cold had children who displayed more symptoms of psychopathology and internal distress, but this was unrelated to the types of aspirations their children held. Having a cold, controlling mother only led to well-being deficits among adolescents who actually achieved their extrinsic goals Other Questions Of This Category 2. In their study of daily well-being and need satisfaction among college students, Reis, Sheldon, Gable, Roscoe, & Ryan (2000) found all of the following EXCEPT:4. Martela and Ryan (2016) conducted a study in which they examined the impact of helping others with whom one would never come into direct contact. All participants played a fun computer game. Half…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…The maintenance and transfer problem refers to the phenomenon whereby: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:22. SDT research on employee engagement is important because:10. Pelletier and colleagues (2001) studied the impact of coaching style on the motivation of elite swimmers. These authors found that:\8. Yamauchi and Tanaka (1998) conducted a study of Japanese school children’s motivations for doing schoolwork. Results of this study indicate that:7. Examining variability in “Big 5” traits, Lynch, La Guardia, & Ryan (2009) found that participants reported:4. SDT focuses on "volitional" behaviors, which can be defined as:19. SDT research examining the relation between mindfulness and stress suggests all of the following EXCEPT:17. In their cross-cultural study of Russian and U.S. adolescents Chirkov and Ryan (2001) were primarily interested in testing which of the following hypotheses?4 . According to SDT, which of the following strategies would be most effective in mitigating (reducing) the weekend effect?9. According to SDT research and theory which of the following best characterizes the role of parents in their children’s growth and development?