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From Environmental Factors to Outcomes: A Test of an Integrated Motivational Sequence

Frederick M. E. Grouzet, Robert J. Vallerand, Edgar E. Thill, Pierre J. Provencher
2004 Motivation and Emotion  
., success/failure) influence perceptions of competence, autonomy, and relatedness (psychological mediators), which in turn determine to what extent one exhibits self-determined motivation.  ...  Participants (N = 359) were randomly assigned to conditions of success or failure on a leisure task and elements of the integrated sequence were assessed.  ...  EF, environmental factor (success/failure performance feedback); ME, psychological mediators (i.e., perceptions of competence and autonomy); MO, situational self-determined motivation; CO, consequences  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11031-004-2387-z fatcat:wthabdq4obhk7jufip6cg2vmsm

On the Causal Attribution of Academic Achievement in College Students

Chuanping Lei
2009 Asian Social Science  
It was found that: (1) College students had different attributions on success and failure.  ...  across failure, and they were willing to work hard to make progress. (3) College students would feel gratified and proud after success.  ...  The causal attribution scale is consisted of two sub-scales: a success one and a failure one, each presenting the presumptive situations of successful and failure situations within the scope of academic  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v5n8p87 fatcat:mgy6gqhq4zgujmdpqaz7gsvvtm

Culture and mixed emotions: Co-occurrence of positive and negative emotions in Japan and the United States

Yuri Miyamoto, Yukiko Uchida, Phoebe C. Ellsworth
2010 Emotion  
However, not much is known about the co-occurrence of positive and negative emotions in a given situation.  ...  By presenting these situations to another group of respondents, we found that Japanese reported more mixed emotions than Americans in the predominantly pleasant situations, whereas there were no cultural  ...  In the present study, we focused on success and failure situations, since the pilot respondents in both cultures generated them frequently.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0018430 pmid:20515228 fatcat:g464azk3grdxlnxymleslw56ny

MEMORY FOR COMPLETED AND INCOMPLETED TASKS AS A FUNCTION OF PERSONALITY: CORRELATION BETWEEN EXPERIMENTAL AND PERSONALITY DATA

THELMA G ALPER
1948 Journal of Personality  
But whereas Commitless can recover in the failure situation and can focus on his successes (Syndrome IV), the best Spurnessey can do is to identify with the successful accomplice, co-operate with him and  ...  In the failure situation itself, however, he bolsters himself by focusing on his successes. For this reason, perhaps, his performance in the failure situation remains good.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-6494.1948.tb01197.x pmid:18101183 fatcat:u2gavht5ebf7jmxgjtrk3kgtdy

Page 653 of American Sociological Review Vol. 5, Issue 4 [page]

1940 American Sociological Review  
terms “successandfailurein- adequate.  ...  , but limited by intellectual handicaps or unmodifiable life situations (16 cases); great success for over five years following early period of great failure (2 cases).  ... 

Page 36 of Industrial & Labor Relations Review Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1949 Industrial & Labor Relations Review  
are at present more likely to end in failure than in success.  ...  , those which lie in the “twilight zone” between success and failure, because the benefits are less obvious or the possibility of difference of opinion greater; finally, those aspects of co-operation which  ... 

Page 36 of Industrial & Labor Relations Review Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1949 Industrial & Labor Relations Review  
are at present more likely to end in failure than in success.  ...  , those which lie in the “twilight zone” between success and failure, because the benefits are less obvious or the possibility of difference of opinion greater; finally, those aspects of co-operation which  ... 

Crime and Society

J. P. Shalloo, Nathaniel F. Cantor
1940 American Sociological Review  
terms “successandfailurein- adequate.  ...  , but limited by intellectual handicaps or unmodifiable life situations (16 cases); great success for over five years following early period of great failure (2 cases).  ... 
doi:10.2307/2084442 fatcat:us4gbw32v5ctdieatb6oxgl7oi

Long-term evaluation of submerged and nonsubmerged ITI solid-screw titanium implants: a 10-year life table analysis of 468 implants

J.T Lambrecht, A Filippi, A.R Künzel, H.J Schiel
2004 The Journal of prosthetic dentistry (Print)  
Including 68 implants in subjects who dropped out (with a dropout rate of 14.4%), the 10-year cumulative survival and success rates were 99.2% and 96.4%, respectively.  ...  Results: Two implants (0.43%) did not successfully integrate during the healing period, and 8 implants (1.7%) were classified as failures during follow-up (1 late failure under load, 7 with a progressive  ...  Success Prognosis *Implant losses plus failures according to success criteria; see Cutler and Ederer. 23 COPYRIGHT © 2003 BY QUINTESSENCE PUBLISHING CO, INC.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.prosdent.2004.03.019 fatcat:uqko47qtl5bmdetok7kdsvh4ba

Rotational Atherectomy through Inner Guiding Catheter System for 1.25 mm Rotational Burr Non-Crossable Heavily Calcified Coronary Stenosis

Dong Hyun In, Nae Hee Lee, Yoon Haeng Cho, Jon Suh, Hye Sun Seo, Hyung Oh Choi
2015 Soonchunhyang Medical Science  
We describe a case in which a 1.25 mm RA burr non-crossable heavily calcified stenosis was successfully treated by the RA through '6 in 8 child-mother' guiding technique.  ...  RA burr passage after successful Ro-taWire delivery, as seen in the present case, is very rare.  ...  after successful RotaWire delivery is uncommon situation.  ... 
doi:10.15746/sms.15.004 fatcat:h3cytqyh3fbcpcio6w76c5hpye

Computer-Related Attribution Styles: Typology and Data Collection Methods [chapter]

Adelka Niels, Monique Janneck
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Participants were asked to record situations of success and failure when using co mputers in private or workplace situations over a period of 8 weeks by using a mobile diary application.  ...  Therefore, in the present online study we took a different approach and asked pa rticipants to remember their last computer-related situations of success and failure.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-22668-2_22 fatcat:hisneihu7fghhblybpndgrvxwi

Motivation and its Basic Theories

Ivan Uher
2018 Journal of Physical Fitness, Medicine & Treatment in Sports  
There is a general consensus that motivation is goal directed, outlines the achievement and pursuit of goals and that motivation in environmentally dependent.  ...  We can conclude that motivation is multifactorial in nature and heading to the maintenance of a state of physiological and psychological homeostasis.  ...  Person who is low in motive to achieve success and high in motivation to avoid failure should be guided into situation of high or low probability of success.  ... 
doi:10.19080/jpfmts.2018.01.555572 fatcat:t6xvwygm2nb47n7l2rqf7paxgu

Page 2375 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 72, Issue 8 [page]

1985 Psychological Abstracts  
Task difficulty was perceived as a more important determinant of failure than task ease was of success. Luck was the least important cause of both success and failure.  ...  Consistent across all 8 samples, Ss perceived motivation and ability as more important causes of subordinate success than failure.  ... 

Development of a vessels collision model based on Naturalistic Decision Making model
NDMモデルに基づく船舶衝突モデルの開発

Mitsufumi Asami, Fujio Kaneko
2012 Journal of the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers  
situation (observation, cognition, planning and action), in order to determine success or failure of collision avoidance.  ...  In the present study, a vessel collision model between two ships based on NDM model was developed by combined approach of fault tree, event tree and matrix description, which illustrates the navigator's  ...  CJ71 Mis-judgment (late action) 30 1.00 CJ8 Improper watch assignment CJ81 Expect co-watchers judge 1 1.60 CM2 Failure of avoidance action 5 1.00 CJ51 Mis-judgment 5 1.00 Situation  ... 
doi:10.2534/jjasnaoe.15.207 fatcat:cvt7m4lkm5cdrk5pcdwasdufxm

A study of outcome of induction of labour with foley's balloon in previous LSCS cases

Srinivas Krishna Jois, Sunanda K. M.
2017 International Journal of Reproduction Contraception Obstetrics and Gynecology  
Thus, this study was done to evaluate the success rate, determinants of failure and complications of induction of labour with foley's catheter in patients with previous 1 LSCS.Methods: 62 patients were  ...  The patient profile in cases of failure was noted.Results: 83% was the success rate for induction out of which 30% cases required additional PGE2 gel.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the support by Dr K V Malini, the Head of the department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for her support during the study.  ... 
doi:10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20171978 fatcat:o4uaz6p4k5ctti5z3iucovy5ni
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