The effects of cooperative and individualistic reward on intrinsic motivation.

Abstract

The effects of cooperative versus individualistic reward on students' intrinsic motivation were investigated. The controlling aspects of extrinsic reward may be heightened or produce greater ego threat in the individualistic situation when compared with a group situation. We predicted that students in the cooperative social situation would show higher… (More)

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@article{Hom1994TheEO, title={The effects of cooperative and individualistic reward on intrinsic motivation.}, author={Hung Hom and M. Berger and Mike Duncan and A. Miller and Andrew E Blevin}, journal={The Journal of genetic psychology}, year={1994}, volume={155 1}, pages={87-97} }