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KANT ON POSITING: BEING AS SELF-DETERMINATION. Calhoun, Zachary Critical essay Sep 1, 2019 13341
A Systematic Literature Review to Identify Successful Elements for Financial Education and Counseling in Groups. Peeters, Nele; Rijk, Kathinka; Soetens, Barbara; Storms, Baranice; Hermans, Koen Report Jun 22, 2018 10689
When Volunteering Is Mandatory A Call for Research About Service Learning. Cloyd, Melissa Report Mar 22, 2017 4265
Filial piety and academic motivation: High-achieving students in an international school in South Korea. Tam, Jonathan Report Dec 1, 2016 6849
Self-determination in logic and reality. Winfield, Richard Dien Essay Mar 1, 2016 10119
To nurture or groom? The parent-founder succession dilemma. McMullen, Jeffery S.; Warnick, Benjamin J. Report Nov 1, 2015 17037
Professional female bodybuilding: self-determination theory approach. Suffolk, Mark T. Report Jul 1, 2015 5808
Factorial validity and internal consistency of the motivational climate in physical education scale. Soini, Markus; Liukkonen, Jarmo; Watt, Anthony; Yli-Piipari, Sami; Jaakkola, Timo Report Mar 1, 2014 6426
Autonomy, psychological empowerment, and self-realization: exploring data on self-determination from NLTS2. Shogren, Karrie A.; Kennedy, William; Dowsett, Chantelle; Little, Todd D. Report Jan 1, 2014 8646
The effect of tangible and intangible noncash rewards on performance and satisfaction in a production setting. Dzuranin, Ann; Stuart, Nathan Jun 22, 2012 3948
Organizational structure, entrepreneurial orientation and trait preference in transportation brokerage firms. Ashenbaum, Bryan; Salzarulo, Peter A.; Newman, W. Rocky Report Jan 1, 2012 13160
Psychological needs: a study of what makes life satisfying. Robak, Rostyslaw W.; Nagda, Poonam R. Report Mar 1, 2011 4465
Self-determination for students with intellectual disabilities and why I want educators to know what it means: contrary to what many people assume, students with intellectual disabilities are capable of directing some aspects of their own lives. If we are to create democratic classrooms, Ms. Marks argues, we must promote self-determination for all students. Marks, Susan Unok Sep 1, 2008 2281

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