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Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation

For more than half a century, psychological scientists have used the term intrinsic motivation to refer to the phenomenon of individuals performing an activity simply because they find the activity interesting and enjoyable. At that time, a few psychologists had begun to realize that it is ...

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