How to Measure Motivation
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Motivation is a psychological force that enables action and has long been the object of scientific inquiry (Carver & Scheier, 1998).
The study of motivation is a behavioral science that concerns those internal processes that give behavior its energy, direction, and persistence.
“Science must begin with myths, and with the criticism of myths.” – Karl Popper
This article introduces vital findings in motivational science, including its neurological underpinnings, and lists various assessment tools used to measure its many facets.
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