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deci-

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A prefix indicating 10-1, 0.1, or a tenth.
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La Teoria de la Auto-Determinacion ha venido desarrollandose por mas de 30 anos con contundentes evidencias empiricas en diferentes campos como la educacion (Vallerand, Fortier, & Guay, 1997; Milyavskaya & Koestner, 2011; Niemic, Ryan, & Deci, 2009), los deportes (Reinboth, Duda, & Ntoumanis, 2004; Ryan, Williams, Patrick, & Deci, 2009), la medicina (Patrick & Williams, 2012; Williams, 2002) y la gerencia (Baard, Deci, & Ryan, 2004; Gagne & Deci, 2005).
Con respecto al proceso de internalizacion, la SDT establece tres tipos (introyeccion, identificacion e integracion), que varian de acuerdo a como son incorporadas las regulaciones externas (Deci & Ryan, 2000, 2008b; Ryan & Deci, 2000, 2006).
According to the Self-determination theory, the psychological needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness must be met through supportive social contexts, before self-motivation can be cultivated (Maslow, 1943; Ryan & Deci, 2000).
SDT, as developed by Deci and Ryan (1985), is an organismic theory of motivation in that it views people as organisms that are actively looking for ways to satisfy needs.
Based on self-determination theory, motivation is enhanced and the individual more self-determined when there is provision of the basic psychological needs for relatedness, competence and autonomy support (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
In another study, Deci, Hodges, Pierson and Tomassone (1992) found that autonomous forms of motivation (i.
According to Ryan and Deci (2000), intrinsically motivated individuals are inspired.
The Saudi English as a FL context as well as the different types of motivation proposed by Deci and Ryan's self-determination framework (and by Vallerand and his colleagues), namely one of its mini theories, social cognitive theory (CET), which maintains a relationship between these types and perceptions of classroom climate are presented below.
Deci and Ryan (2000; 2008) hypothesize that extrinsically motivated people will only work towards achievement if a reward or threat of a negative outcome is deemed great enough to warrant taking action.
Earlier researchers such as Deci (1972) considered monetary compensation as a form of extrinsic motivator had the potential to decrease the impact of intrinsic forms of motivation.
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