PLOC

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AcronymDefinition
PLOCPeripheral Location
PLOCPersistent Lines of Code
PLOCPerceived Locus of Causality
PLOCPurchase Line Of Credit
PLOCProlonged Loss of Communication (aviation)
PLOCPretending to Laugh out of Courtesy
PLOCPetroleum Leadership and Outlook Conference
PLOCProbability of Loss of Control (flight safety)
PLOCPittsburgh Local Organizing Committee
PLOCPlanning Leading Organizing Controlling
PLOCPhysical Line of Code (computer programming)
PLOCProtective Level of Care
PLOCProgrammable Lab on A Chip
PLOCPrimary Local Exchange Carrier
PLOCPacific LandWarNet Operations Center (US Navy)
PLOCPukekohe Light Opera Club, Inc. (Pukekohe, South Auckland, New Zealand)
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We further hypothesized that, after controlling for the demographic variables and college experiences, intrinsic motivations and extrinsic motivations that have an internal perceived locus of causality (i.
After the initial steps were completed, we categorized students' motivations for participating in community service within a matrix based on the perceived locus of causality and the regulatory styles suggested by Ryan and Deci (2000).
Finally, we categorized the motivation of belief in the particular cause (Belief) as an intrinsic motivation because the perceived locus of causality is internal and the relevant regulatory processes convey personal interest and values.
The purpose of this study was to validate the Spanish version of the Perceived Locus of Causality Scale (Goudas et al.
Along these lines, the goal of this work was to validate the Spanish version of the only scale designed to measure in physical education classes diverse forms of motivation established by the self-determination theory, the Perceived Locus of Causality Scale (Goudas et al.
Perceived locus of causality, goal orientations and perceived competence in school physical education classes.
The motivating forces continuum can be further differentiated by two categories of when motivating forces can fluctuate: (a) regulatory styles and (b) perceived locus of causality (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
The second category of fluctuating motivational factors is the perceived locus of causality (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
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