نتایج جستجو برای Motivation

تعداد نتایج: 137536  

2009
Per Binde,

Institute of Public Health Distribution Department SE-120 88 Stockholm Fax +46 8 4498811 [email protected] www.fhi.se R 2009:20 ISSN 1651-8624 ISBN 978-91-7257-661-2 R 20 0 9:20 This report reviews the academic literature on social, economic and cultural research on gambling. The objective is to sum up what the literature says about the motives people have for gambling and the factors that influence ...

Journal: :Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2011
Ilanit Gordon, Carina Martin, Ruth Feldman, James F. Leckman,

Humans are fundamentally social creatures who are ‘motivated’ to be with others. In this review we examine the role of oxytocin (OT) as it relates to social motivation. OT is synthesized in the brain and throughout the body, including in the heart, thymus, gastrointestinal tract, as well as reproductive organs. The distribution of the OT receptor (OTR) system in both the brain and periphery is ...

2011
Pradeep Kumar,

Employee motivation is one of the important factors that can help the employer to improve employee and organizational performance. Different theories of motivation are discussed. The paper concludes that employee retention can be practiced better by motivating the employees in the following aspects: Open communication, Employee reward program, Career development program, Performance based bonus...

2002
Shuo Sheng, Michael S. Hsiao,

tern generation (ATPG) has yielded effective solutions for combinational circuits, developing efficient methods for sequential circuits remains difficult. The difficulty results because state and time frame expansion has caused a virtual explosion of the relevant search space. The commonly used branch-and-bound technique1 is infeasible for large sequential circuits because of the exponentially ...

2015

Teachers can often readily identify students who demonstrate high or low motivation in a certain task. Motivated students engage in the task with intensity and feeling, whereas unmotivated students procrastinate and indicate in other ways that they would rather do something else. These differences exemplify the quantitative dimension of motivation, ranging from high to low. Teachers can often a...

1994

Suppose you are browsing the World Wide Web (WWW) and want to display the .face les of all people listed on Carnegie Mellon's home page. Or, suppose through the on-line library information system (LIS) you want to get a list of papers by a particular author. Or, suppose you are a tourist in Pittsburgh and want to look at the on-line menus of all Chinese restaurants before choosing where to eat ...

2011
Cameron Shelley,

Motivation-biased design concerns how positive attitudes of designers can inhibit critical evaluation of their designs. Good intentions, admiration for certain design elements, or even concern to make a good impression on others can inhibit designers from being sufficiently critical of their designs. The result may be designs that are not as good as they would be otherwise. This article present...

Journal: :Archives of surgery 2000
K K Leitch, P M Walker,

HYPOTHESIS Financial incentives are the only form of compensation that will motivate surgeons at an academic health sciences center to perform the tasks outlined in the hospital's mission statement. DESIGN A questionnaire divided into 5 sections: demographics, compensation, time allocation, benefits and incentives, and motivational factors. SETTING The Department of Surgery, The Toronto Hos...

2005
ROLAND BÉNABOU,

A central tenet of economics is that individuals respond to incentives. For psychologists and sociologists, in contrast, rewards and punishments are often counterproductive, because they undermine “intrinsic motivation”. We reconcile these two views, showing how performance incentives offered by an informed principal (manager, teacher, parent) can adversely impact an agent’s (worker, child) per...

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