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PETER GOLLWITZER, JUAN DELIUS & GABRIELE OETTINGEN

In: The International Handbook of Psychology

Chapter 11: Motivation

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Motivation
Motivation

Motivation is the study of the processes that cause animals and humans to exhibit varying sets of behavior at different times. Some examples of such behavior sets are eating, fighting, socializing, achieving, and studying. Traditionally, one distinguishes between biopsychological and ...

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