Motivating Practice

Julie F. Troum, Ph.D.

You may be motivated for practice when …

  • You consider it personally relevant to your own progress ( )
  • Tasks and activities are considered significant (Good, 1983)
  • Set goals meet your intrinsic (personal) needs (Deci, Eghrari, Patrick, & Leone 1994)
  • Goals are attainable ( Bryan & Locke, 1967)
  • You perceive that you are competent (Troum, 2010)
  • You perceive that you are studying in an autonomy-supportive environment (Troum, 2010)

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