Antecedents and consequences of autonomous information seeking motivation

@inproceedings{Dubnjakovic2018AntecedentsAC,
  title={Antecedents and consequences of autonomous information seeking motivation},
  author={Ana Dubnjakovic},
  year={2018}
}
Autonomously motivated individuals tend to enjoy activities more than those who are extrinsically motivated, and they also tend to invest more effort. Grounded in basic psychological needs theory, the current study examines the motivation of students' autonomous information seeking and its relationship with the amount of effort invested in and enjoyment derived from information seeking. Autonomy support and perceived competence were found to explain 34.7% of the variance in autonomous… CONTINUE READING
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