Handbook on Psychology of Motivation

Handbook on Psychology of Motivation : New Research

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This book presents topical research in the study of the psychology of motivation. Topics discussed include motivation in the field of tourism; new perspectives in the psychology and economics of donating; commercial weight-loss programs and motivation; motivation for creativity in design and architecture; cognitive and motivational factors for reading; motivation to learn, self-regulation and academic achievement and the implicit theories of intelligence, effort beliefs, and achievement goals as antecedents of learning motivation and engagement.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 355 pages
  • 180 x 260 x 25.4mm | 800g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1621007553
  • 9781621007555
  • 1,966,967

Table of contents

Preface; Motivation in the Field of Tourism: An Analysis of its Influence on Consumer Decisions & its Implications for the Planning of Tourist Services; Motivation to Donate: New Perspectives from Psychology, Economics, & Marketing; Building the Future for Remote Indigenous Students in Australia: An Examination of Future Goals, Motivation, Learning & Achievement in Cultural Context; Dietary Intake & Physical Activity Behavior in Commercial Weight-Loss Program Users: An Application of Organismic Integration Theory; Motivation for Creativity in Design: Its Nature, Assessment & Promotion; Influences of Motivational Factors on Educational Outcomes: Culture & Gender Issues; Behavioral Consequences of Counterfactual Thinking: A Self-Evaluation Model; A Trans-Contextual Model of Motivation in Physical Education; Cognitive & Motivational Factors for Reading: The Need for a Domain Specific Approach to Motivation; Motivation to Learn, Self-Regulation & Academic Achievement: How Effective are Study Skills Programmes?; Theoretical Content of Physical Activity Websites for Persons with Depression; Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation among Japanese Elementary School Students; Incentive Design utilizing Intrinsic Motivation; Secondary Students Motivation & Learning Strategies Profiles: The Importance of an Autonomy-Supportive Classroom Structure; Implicit Theories of Intelligence, Effort Beliefs, & Achievement Goals as Antecedents of Learning Motivation & Engagement; Motivation: Implications for Intervening with Adolescent Substance Abusers; Motivation for Learning EFL among Japanese University Students; Deceptive Motivations & Personality; Index.
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