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deci-

 
word element [L.], one tenth; used in naming units of measurement to indicate one tenth of the unit designated by the root with which it is combined (10−1); symbol d.

deci- (d),

(des'i),
Prefix used in the SI and metric system to signify one tenth (10-1).
[L. decimus, tenth]

deci-

word element [L.], one tenth; used in naming units of measurement to indicate one tenth of the unit designated by the root with which it is combined (10−1); symbol d.

deci-

prefix indicating one tenth.

deci-

(d)
Prefix used in the SI and metric system to signify one tenth (10-1).
[L. decimus, tenth]

deci-

word element. [L.] one-tenth; used to indicate one-tenth (10−1) of the unit designated by the root with which it is combined.
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Dos estudios realizados en importantes bancos de los Estados Unidos mostraron como los empleados cuyos jefes promovian la autonomia manifestaron mayor satisfaccion laboral, mayor rendimiento y presentaron niveles bajos de ansiedad y depresion (Stone, Deci, & Ryan, 2009).
En este sentido, Deci y Ryan sostienen que la Orientacion Autonoma se vincula negativamente con la Orientacion Impersonal ya que, aun dandose el caso de que la Autonoma tenga un cariz extrinseco (como por ejemplo, abrocharse el cinturon de seguridad), no obstante puede devenir hacia lo intrinseco.
The need for competence among individuals is displayed through the proclivity for challenges that marginally exceed current level of ability (Maslow, 1943; Ryan & Deci, 2000).
When extended to brand communities, SDT's internalization continuum (Grolnick, Deci & Ryan, 1997) may be operationalized as a continuum involving three distinct developmental stages: introduction stage, identification stage, and internalization stage.
The motivations characterized by greater internalization (identified regulation, integrated regulation, and intrinsic regulation) produce more effective behaviors, greater voluntary persistence, and a greater sense of well-being (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
Through a process called organismic integration, based on Deci and Ryan's (1985) organismic integration theory or OIT (subtheory of SDT), people are assumed to be active organisms with innate tendencies toward psychological growth and development, who strive to master ougoing challenges and to integrate their experiences into a coherent sense of self, in order to fulfill their needs of competence and self-determination.
Utilizing the SDT developed by Deci and Ryan (2000; 2008), and understanding the historical context of the negative and destructive United States minority-majority race relations, a strong case can be made that the motivational tendencies of African Americans and Hispanics have been moving from intrinsic motivation, to amotivational over the years as a direct result of unfair treatment at the hands of the mainstream society.
Using Self Determination Theory (SDT, Deci and Ryan 1985), we examine the efficacy of two popular tools--automated daily reminders (i.
Along these lines, a slightly less external form of regulation would be an introjected regulation, which is reflected when there is not an actual external pressure, but rather a sense of guilt felt from not engaging in a specific behavior, such as exercise (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
The timetable was agreed with the French government," a source said, indicating that a deci sion was expected to be taken in September.
Para estudiar la motivacion y entender como conseguir llegar a la satisfaccion y diversion, la Teoria de la Autodeterminacion (TAD; Deci & Ryan, 1985, 2000) establece en su marco teorico la existencia de tres necesidades psicologicas basicas (autonomia, competencia y relacion con los demas) que motivan el comportamiento humano.