extrinsic variable

extrinsic variable

(eks-trin -sik, -zik) See variable star.
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There are papers that include intrinsic variables and one extrinsic variable to test the growth model.
Therefore, this study intends to fill the gap by empirically testing a model that includes both intrinsic and extrinsic variables.
Yet it is also meaningful that the extrinsic variable for which the least difference was found between officers and administrators was "being paid what one's skills, education and experience are worth;" and among intrinsic measures, "being treated fairly" topped the list for officers and was cited by 99 percent of administrators.
According to Herzberg, however, the most that such extrinsic variables can be expected to accomplish is to prevent workers from becoming too dissatisfied.
In the summary of the correlation coefficients and their corresponding p values presented in Table 7, it can be seen that although the "neutral" variable, ADIMINI, had the highest correlation and an extrinsic variable, TENUPRO was highly significant, the other extrinsic variables came near the end of the list.
In order to overcome the limitations of considering intrinsic or extrinsic variables, we selected personality profiles based on the DISC model as an individual trait factor, conflict-handling style as an interpersonal factor, and organizational characteristics as an extrinsic factor, and examined the effects of these factors on job satisfaction.
This study investigated the effect selected extrinsic variables have on survey data collected to determine the efficacy of, and improve, teacher preparation programs.
The variables may be categorized as extrinsic variables (those occurring outside the human body--vibration magnitude, frequency, direction, input position, duration) and intrinsic variables (variability that occurs between and within people--body posture, position, size and weight, age, gender, fitness) (Mansfield, 2004).
This year has seen a change in my personal observation program away from extrinsic variables, to intrinsic.
It was hypothesized that benevolent respondents would place greater importance on intrinsic variables (H2, H4) and entitled respondents would place greater importance on extrinsic variables (H3, H5).
The model also identifies extrinsic variables, or factors outside the control of the state implementing agency.
Individual plant means for the intrinsic and extrinsic variables considered in this study are summarized in the Appendix.