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1994, vol. 17, iss. 3-4, pp. 285-296
Motivation for studying and scientific research
Univeristy of Niš, Faculty of Philosophy
Abstract
Motivation influences intellectual activities, such as studying and scientific work, through two basic mechanisms. First, it increases general activation, the level of person's awakeness and attention. Second, the motivated person better organizes, plans and systematizes the material for work. There are many motives-agitators of intellectual activities. They are divided to inner (intrinsic) and outer (extrinsic) motives. The inner ones come from intellectual curiosity and interest in the content of work and research. The outer motives such as praise and reward, co-operation and competition, success and failure, also help in intellectual activities. However, the inner motivation is correct, authentic, and therefore more lasting and stronger than the outer sources of motivation. Therefore, one should strive for the change of the outer motivation with the inner impulses.
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