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Motivation and Learning. Work Preference Inventory: Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation. Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers to the left of each item using the following scale. 1 (never or almost never true of me) 2 3

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motivation and learning

Motivation and Learning

Work Preference Inventory:

Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation

slide2
Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers to the left of each item using the following scale.
  • 1 (never or almost never true of me)
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4 (always or almost always true of me)
slide3

Number your paper from 1-30.Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers by each item number.(Never/almost never true of me) 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 (Always/almost always true of me)

___   1.   I am not that concerned about what other people think of me.

___   2.   I prefer having someone set clear goals for me in my work.

___   3.   The more difficult the problem, the more I enjoy trying to solve it.

___   4.   I am keenly aware of the goals I have for getting good grades.

___   5.   I want my work to provide me with opportunities for increasing my knowledge and skills.

slide4

Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers by each item number.(Never/almost never true of me) 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 (Always/almost always true of me)

___   6.   To me, success means doing better than other people.

___   7.   I prefer to figure things out for myself.

___   8.   No matter what the outcome of a project, I am satisfied if I feel I gained a new experience.

___   9.    I enjoy relatively simple, straightforward tasks.

___   10.    I am keenly aware of the GPA goals I have for myself.

slide5

Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers by each item number.(Never/almost never true of me) 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 (Always/almost always true of me)

___   11.    Curiosity is the driving force behind much of what I do.

___   12.    I’m less concerned with what work I do than what I get for it.

___   13.    I enjoy tackling problems that are completely new to me.

___   14.    I prefer work I know I can do well over work that stretches my abilities.

___   15.    I’m concerned about how other people are going to react to my ideas.

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Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers by each item number.(Never/almost never true of me) 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 (Always/almost always true of me)

___   16.    I seldom think about grades and awards.

___   17.    I’m more comfortable when I get to set my own goals.

___   18.    I believe there is no point in doing a good job if nobody else knows about it.

___   19.    I am strongly motivated by the grades I can earn.

___   20.    It is important for me to be able to do what I most enjoy.

slide7

Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers by each item number.(Never/almost never true of me) 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 (Always/almost always true of me)

___  21.    I prefer working on projects with clearly specified procedures.

___ 22.    As long as I can do what I enjoy, I’m not that concerned about exactly what grades or awards I can earn.

___  23.    I enjoy doing work that is so absorbing that I forget about everything else.

___  24.    I am strongly motivated by the recognition I can earn from other people.

___  25.    I have to feel that I’m earning something for what I do.

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Respond to each of the items using the scale below. Write your answers by each item number.(Never/almost never true of me) 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 (Always/almost always true of me)

___   26.    I enjoy trying to solve complex problems.

___   27.    It is important for me to have an outlet for self-expression.

___   28.    I want to find out how good I really can be at my work.

___   29.    I want other people to find out how good I really can be at my work.

___   30.    What matters most to me is enjoying what I do.

never or almost never true of me 1 2 3 4 always or almost always true of me
(never or almost never true of me) 1 2 3 4 (always or almost always true of me)
  • Score yourself as follows:Intrinsic Motivation:
  • Reverse scores for items 9 and 14
  • Add the scores for these items: 3+5+7+8+9+11+13+14+17+20+23+26+27+28+30
  • Higher scores indicate higher levels of intrinsic motivation (raw score M = 45 for sample)
  • Mean score for total sample: 2.99 (Sd=.37)
  • Mean score for male sample = 2.99 (Sd=.37)
  • Mean score for female sample = 2.99 (Sd=.37)
never or almost never true of me 1 2 3 4 always or almost always true of me1
(never or almost never true of me) 1 2 3 4 (always or almost always true of me)
  • Extrinsic Motivation:
  • Reverse scores for items 1, 16, and 22
  • Add the scores for these items: 1+2+4+6+10+12+15+16+18+19+21+22+24+25+29
  • Higher scores indicate higher levels of intrinsic motivation (raw score M = 39 for sample)
  • Mean score for total sample: 2.56 (Sd=.41)
  • Mean score for male sample = 2.57 (Sd=.43)
  • Mean score for female sample = 2.56 (Sd=.40)
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Motivation Subscales: Higher scores indicate higher levels of intrinsic motivation Mean score for males and females = 45
  • Intrinsic Motivation: Add the scores for these items
  • (Reverse scores for items 9 & 14)
  • Challenge Scale
  • 3/ch
  • +9/r-ch
  • +13/ch
  • +14/r-ch
  • +26/ch
  • Enjoyment Scale
  • 5/e
  • +7/e
  • +8/e
  • +11/e
  • +17/e
  • +20/e
  • +23/e
  • +27/e
  • +28/e
  • +30/e
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Motivation SubscalesHigher scores indicate higher levels of extrinsic motivationMean score for males and females = 39
  • Extrinsic Motivation: Add the scores for these items
  • (Reverse scores for items 1, 16, & 22)
  • Outward Scale
  • 1/r-o
  • +2/o
  • +6/o
  • +12/o
  • +15/o
  • +18/o
  • Compensation Scale
  • 4/c
  • +10/c
  • +16/r-c
  • +22/r-c
  • +19/c
  • +21/o
  • +24/o
  • +25/o
  • +29/o
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