Home » Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation development and wellness » 2. Which of the following is NOT an example of extrinsic motivation? 2. Which of the following is NOT an example of extrinsic motivation? 2. Which of the following is NOT an example of extrinsic motivation? 1 point Marcus going to class because he wants to do well on the exam and ultimately earn his bachelors degree. Sarah going to a kick-boxing class because she wants to learn how to better defend herself should the need arise. Jim quitting the baseball team because everyone plays at a much higher level than he does and honestly, he doesn’t care about baseball anyway. He would much rather spend his time pursuing other interests. ============================== 7. The term relative autonomy refers to: 1 point The idea that we have a combination of motives, but that these can be summarized into a relative autonomy score. The idea that the amount of autonomy one experience depends solely on the features of the environment in which one is currently immersed. The idea that amount of autonomy one experiences increases over the lifespan. The demonstrated phenomenon that people tend to exhibit the greatest levels of autonomy when with their family. James going to the gym five days a week because he wants to get in shape to “impress the ladies” Other Questions Of This Category 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…3. The Smoker’s Health intervention was effective because:9. According to SDT research and theory which of the following best characterizes the role of parents in their children’s growth and development?10. Niemic, Ryan, & Deci’s (2009) longitudinal study of college students’ life goal pursuits indicated that:The maintenance and transfer problem refers to the phenomenon whereby: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?7. Examining variability in “Big 5” traits, Lynch, La Guardia, & Ryan (2009) found that participants reported:7. Why is motivation critical to successful therapy?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…1. Why is it important to consider motivation when studying healthcare?11. Sheldon & Krieger (2014) examined income and well-being among different types of lawyers. Results of their study suggest that:5. Within SDT the phrase “all goals are not created equal” refers to research demonstrating that:22. SDT research on employee engagement is important because: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?