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information aspect

Informational Aspects of Conflict

Review: Philosophical aspects of information systems

Revealing aperiodic aspects of solenoid proteins from sequence information

The protection of confidential information in the human rights era: two aspects

Russian aspect in finite and non-finite modes: from syntax to information structure

First International Congress on Ethical, Legal and Societal Aspects of Digital Information / Premier Congres International Sur Les Aspects Ethiques, Juridiques Et Societaux De L’Information Numerique – UNESCO – Monte Carlo, Principality of Monaco / Principauté de Monaco, 10–12 March / mars 1997

KINSHIP: BORN AND BRED (BUT ALSO FACILITATED)? A COMMENTARY ON ‘DONOR CONCEPTION: ETHICAL ASPECTS OF INFORMATION SHARING’ (NUFFIELD COUNCIL ON BIOETHICS, LONDON 2013)

A randomized controlled trial of a cognitive behavioural patient education intervention vs a traditional information leaflet to address the cardiovascular aspects of rheumatoid disease

ISQUA16-2381DIGITAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE: SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC ASPECTS ON QUALITY AND SAFETY OF CARE

Part V Procedural and Technological Challenges for the Investigation of TOC—Policing, Technological Aspects, Efficiency, Exchange of Information, Abuse of Power, and Tactics for Conducting Investigations, 22 Policing TOC—The National Perspective: Challenges, Strategies, Tactics

Part V Procedural and Technological Challenges for the Investigation of TOC—Policing, Technological Aspects, Efficiency, Exchange of Information, Abuse of Power, and Tactics for Conducting Investigations, 23 Policing Transnational Organised Crime—The International Perspective

 

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In cognitive evaluation theory, the extent to which extrinsic rewards provide positive feedback about an outcome and thereby increase intrinsic motivation by enhancing feelings of competence. According to the theory, people are intrinsically motivated to perform activities that make them feel competent. If a reward, such as ‘best player’ award, makes an individual feel more competent, it will increase intrinsic motivation. Compare controlling aspect.

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