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related to it (e.g., motivation) as well as the research in the literature relevant for the current study have been reviewed for theoretical understanding. The key definitions and the associated key terms are presented, mostly based on the theoretical

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) motivation, which, in education, is often defined as students' aspiration to become an improved, idealized version of themselves ( Csizér & Dörnyei, 2005 ). The authors suggested that effective self-regulation is usually obtained by sacrificing one's urges

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corporate contexts, as well as teachers work can foster adult learners’ autonomy and motivation. His findings demonstrate that the autonomy-generating capacity of corporate contexts can be attributed to the organic development of their language education

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-presentational motivations and personality differences in self-esteem. Journal of Personality , 57, 547-579. Self-presentational motivations and personality differences in self-esteem. Journal of Personality

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.” Pintrich ( 2000 , p. 453) “An active, constructive process whereby learners set goals for their learning and then attempt to monitor, regulate, and control their cognition, motivation, and behavior, guided and constrained by their goals

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of these operationalized measures, the model does offer a unique approach to managing internal conflicts, which likely improves therapeutic alliance and decreases dropout. Nevertheless, empirically validated treatments like motivational interviewing

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Always/almost always ). Internal consistency was α = 0.88. Drug use motivations/intentions Based on a review of the literature on drug use motivations/intentions for use (e.g., Hallock, Dean, Knecht, Spencer, & Taverna, 2013 ; Móró et al., 2011 ), 11

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” model ( Corbett & Spinello, 2020 , p. 8). Bandura and Cervone (1983) found receiving feedback and engaging in self-reflective comparison impacted self-efficacy beliefs and motivation. Unpacking the how of the task is crucial to successful self

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materials designed for native speakers of English, including movies, were suggested by teachers who acted as “ facilitators and language advisers ” (p. 63). In their feedback, the students pointed out that goal setting resulted in heightened motivation and

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developed a more holistic approach in such aspects as generating motivation, promoting performance and managing human resources. According to Muchinsky (2012) , performance appraisal is a process used to appraise worker progress, connect goals

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