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deci-

[′des·ē]
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A prefix indicating 10-1, 0.1, or a tenth.
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Deci, (2000), "Self-Determination Theory and the Facilitation of Intrinsic Motivation, Social Development, and Well-Being," American Psychologist, Vol.
Intrinsic motivation stimulates behaviors in individuals that are interesting, enjoyable, and inherently satisfying to them (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
What kids need is autonomy and support, not control," Deci said.
Disputa postmodernismului cu modernitatea "are drept scop subversiunea limbajului stiintific si a valorilor traditionale", deci sa se "impiedice reinstau-rarea criteriilor adevarului sau moralei".
What is certain is that we are moving towards a more technologically advanced world where we work and live in a much more efficient manner, and this is where the inspiration for Deci Clock came from," continued Stone.
This could undermine their feelings of competence and, in turn, their intrinsic motivation (Deci & Ryan, 2008; Ryan & Deci, 2000).
Extrinsic motivation can vary greatly in its relative autonomy" (Ryan and Deci 2000).
The cognitive perspective of human motivation (Cameron & Pierce, 1994; Deci, 1972a; Deci et al.
Deci and Ryan (1985) have proposed different forms of regulation for extrinsic motivation that vary in the extent to which the regulation of behavior is perceived as constrained by external sources or as freely chosen by the individual.
Self-determination theory (SDT) has been successfully applied to individuals with diabetes as a way to influence individual motivation for diabetes self-management (Williams, Freedman, & Deci 1996, 1998; Williams, McGregor, Zeldman, Freedman, & Deci 2004).
For Deci and Ryan (1985, 2002), when relatedness and autonomy are present in the classroom, the intrinsic self-regulation that follows improves student learning.