By Abraham Tesser, Diederik A. Stapel, Joanne V. Wood
Robust on thought and empirical paintings, Self and Motivation showcases reduce ting-edge learn that asks quite a few fascinating questions: Can pass als be activated outdoors our information? How do interpersonal dynamics impact the self? How will we keep a particular id in a gaggle context? Is an excessive amount of selection or self-determination "bad"? How does self -esteem and morality impression the self? right here prime students discus s the significance of motivation, emotion, and physiological arousal in self-related methods; discover the function of knowledge in goal-driven b ehavior; and describe the interactive impact of social context on t he self and the self on social context. a proper built-in version of s elf-regulation is additionally proposed. up to date, informative, and engagin g, Self and Motivation demanding situations readers to contemplate new methods i n learning and pondering approximately motivation and self.
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