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Keywords: self-determination theory, motivational profiles, career exploration, career indecision
Based on the theory of entrepreneurial behavior and self-determination theory, a research model as depicted in Figure 1 was drawn.
The essence of the Self-Determination Theory is the three psychological needs of the human being, which constitute the basis of motivation, i.
Social physique anxiety and physical activity: A self-determination theory perspective.
Self-determination theory outlines a process where children tend to accept most extrinsically imposed beliefs, attitudes, and ideals as their own and as the result of self-determined choices (Kackar-Cam & Schmidt, 2014).
KEYWORDS: Self-determination theory, Confucian-heritage cultures, filial piety, motivation, South Korea
Self-determination theory in health care and its relations to motivational interviewing: A few comments.
2005) A prospective study of participation in optional school physical education using a self-determination theory framework.
Given that the exercise setting of CrossFit requires bouts of intense effort and caters to a wide range of age, size, and abilities, the purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between basic psychological need satisfaction, behavioral regulation toward CrossFit, and actual participation behaviors within a Self-Determination Theory (SDT) framework.
Ryan and Deci (2002) utilized the Self-Determination Theory (SDT) to describe how intrinsic and extrinsic factors motivate people.
Self-determination theory, a macro take on human motivation, states that psychological well being depends on the satisfaction of three fundamental psychological needs: 1) competence, 2) autonomy, and 3) relatedness.