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extrinsic factor

[ek¦strinz·ik ¦fak·tər]
(biochemistry)
vitamin B12
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H2b) Greater the Emotional Exhaustion among software professionals lower their extrinsic Job Satisfaction.
Intrinsic value statements were rated more positively by participants than extrinsic value statements.
Intrinsic and various extrinsic scales examined intra-traditional forms of commitment, whereas the Quest Scale pointed toward a more extra-traditional standard of openness.
The extrinsic wedge conditions had a significant effect on soft tissue thickness ([F.
Table 3 shows the results for the mean scores of academic motivation and intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation in terms of age, marital status and residence, which indicated no statistically significant difference.
2010) reported no significant correlation between intrinsic and extrinsic religiosity and lifetime visits to an Internet porn site.
Therefore, one of the most important notes of production is efficiency and effectiveness measured by extrinsic results--the difference between what companies receive for providing a good or a service and the cost of resources used in its production.
A gender difference in external regulation likely exists as women tend to view rewards, when received, foremost as information about their competency in sport, while men tend to regard external rewards as valuable in their own right, demonstrating a greater importance placed on extrinsic motivations (Ryan, 1980).
Arizona, Arkansas, California, Iowa, Michigan, and Minnesota have adopted the majority approach of allowing extrinsic evidence, outside of the four corners of the complaint, to be used in determining if there is a duty to defend.
Intrinsic motivation was measured by a scale developed by Oliver and Anderson (1994); extrinsic motivation was measured by a scale developed by Challagalla and Shervani (1996).
There are a lot of extrinsic factors that can accelerate the aging process, such as smoking, ultraviolet light, and stress," said Sun.