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Motivational processes affecting learning.

C Dweck American Psychologist 1986

Describes how motivational processes influence a child's acquisition, transfer, and use of knowledge and skills. Recent research within the social-cognitive framework illustrates adaptive and maladaptive motivational patterns, and a research-based model of motivational processes is presented that shows how the particular performance or le...

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Helping people to ‘make things happen’: A framework for proactivity at work

SK Parker, Y Wang International Coaching Psychology Review 2015

Proactivity, which involves self-initiated change in oneself or change in the environment to bring about a better future, is an increasingly important behaviour at workplace. This paper summarises a model of proactivity at work. We first discuss the importance of proactivity, presenting empirical evidence about its benefits for individ...

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