Home » Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation development and wellness » 13. Deci’s (1971) classic study illustrates the undermining effect which refers to: 13. Deci’s (1971) classic study illustrates the undermining effect which refers to: 13. Deci’s (1971) classic study illustrates the undermining effect which refers to: 1 point The reduction in intrinsic motivation for an activity that occurs after one has been provided financial incentive for engaging in that activity. The finding that punishing people for engaging in an enjoyable activity only makes them want to do it even more. The phenomenon where participants who are left alone to do whatever they would like show less motivation for learning activities than do participants who know that the experimenter is watching them. The finding that the impact of external rewards on motivation decreases over time as participants become accustomed to receiving the reward. ======================================= 19. According to SDT’s Cognitive Evaluation Theory, which of the following video games would be the most intrinsically motivating? 1 point A guitar playing game where you can select from various songs you wish to play at each level. The songs get increasingly difficult as you move up the levels and you have the option to team up with other players either online or in-person to form a band. A guitar playing game where you must successfully play your way through a predetermined set of songs. You are provided with clear feedback when you miss a note as well as when you have an uninterrupted streak of correctly played notes. The game is single-player only. An open-world game in which you can do whatever you want and interact with whomever you want, but there is no clear form of feedback or way to know whether you are succeeding at the game. All of the above would be equally intrinsically motivating. Other Questions Of This Category 15. Deci, Koestner, and Ryan’s (1999) meta-analysis on the effects of rewards on intrinsic motivation indicates that:19. Which of the following best describes the trajectory of motivation over the school years?8. If you were a teacher, which of the following should you implement if you want to increase the intrinsic motivation of your students for reading?14. In Werneke and Tomasello’s 2008 research on helping behavior in children suggests that:4. SDT focuses on "volitional" behaviors, which can be defined as:The maintenance and transfer problem refers to the phenomenon whereby:New post9. 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.13. Why are parents often controlling?8. Yamauchi and Tanaka (1998) conducted a study of Japanese school children’s motivations for doing schoolwork. Results of this study indicate that: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…6. According to Self-Determination Theory, with of the following is NOT true of motivation:9. Kasser & Ryan’s (2001) study of attainment for intrinsic goals and extrinsic goals found that: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…13. Which of the following is NOT a good strategy for supporting autonomy?