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motivational research

n.
Systematic analysis of the motives behind consumer decisions, used especially by advertisers and marketers to assess attitudes toward products and services. Also called motivation research.
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In the light of new LOTE research, there has been discussion on whether the L2MSS--as well as other theoretical frameworks based on studying global English --is suited for motivation research of LOTEs (Boo et al., 2015, p.
676) claimed that it was "one of the most active areas" in motivation research. Despite the popularity of achievement goal theory, a number of studies in cross-cultural psychology have shown that Western-derived theories of achievement motivation might not be generalizable to more collectivistic contexts.
advertising--Freud on Madison Avenue: Motivation Research and Subliminal Advertising in America.
With scant cross-cultural sales motivation research available, hypotheses for this research were developed primarily based on the existing, and extensive, cross-cultural body of research.
Academic self-concept is another important component of academic motivation research studies (Cokley, 2003) and is the other concern of this research study.
"Freud on Madison Avenue: Motivation Research and Subliminal Advertising in America" discusses psychology and why people shop the way they shop, breaking down these unusual habits in people who claim to be rational.
To integrate and simplify the myriad of motivational theories, Elliot (2008) offers a comprehensive collection of motivation research in Handbook of Approach and Avoidance Motivation.
Contemporary motivation research; from global to local perspectives.
Motivating students is not a new problem for educators, but given the attention that motivation research has received, it seems to be a persistent one.
The concept of motivation research has been offered as a means of identifying consumers true, underlying purchase motives.
Dornyei is well known for his extensive work in L2 motivation research (Dornyei, 2001), and this is reflected in a chapter that provides a precise overview of the field by dividing it into three phases: Gardner's early social psychology period, the cognitive-situated period of the 1990s, and the process-oriented period that was instigated in recent years by Dornyei and his colleagues in Europe.
Academic self-concept research is considered an important component of academic motivation research (Cokley, 2003, 2007).