amotivation

amotivation

a state of lacking any motivation to engage in an activity, characterized by a lack of perceived competence and/or a failure to value the activity or its outcomes. See also learned helplessness.
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Globally, sdt holds that the degree of self-regulation depends on the individual's level of regulation, which in turn varies along a continuum of three types of motivation: intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and amotivation (Deci & Ryan, 1985, 1991).
Deci and Ryan (1985) and Vallerand and Bissonnette (1992) have suggested a third type, amotivation, which results from an inability to perceive causal relationships between activities and outcomes.
The regulation of motivation reflects a continuum, comprising different levels of self-determination, from intrinsic motivation to amotivation (Deci and Ryan, 2017).
Recently, Jung's (2013) study found a strong relationship between high school students' (N= 349) amotivation about pursuing a college education and indecision regarding applying to college.
Respondents then completed items assessing their reasons for participation that represented four sub-scales: intrinsic motivation, identified regulation, external regulation, and amotivation.
The researchers and psychologists have found three types of motivation comprising intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, amotivation.
Doing it' for the right reasons: Validation of a measurement of intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, and amotivation for sexual relationships.
12) Amotivation and lack of insight can be particularly troublesome, which CBT can help address.
Furthermore, general mindfulness and both mindfulness of the mind and of the body related negatively and weakly to external regulation and amotivation subscales scores.
In contrast, amotivation refers to an absence of motivation to engage in a particular behavior.
The motivation questionnaire was adapted from the Amotivation Questionnaire used by Kerner et al.
1992) propose three main categories of motivations in learning: intrinsic, extrinsic, and amotivation.