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Cognitive evaluation theory and motivation:
What is CET and how can it be applied to improving motivation?
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  1. Theory of Cognitive Evaluation
  2. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
  3. How does Cognitive Evaluation interact with motivation?study.

Theory of Cognitive Evalution[spelling?][edit | edit source]

- Cognitive evaluation theory was first examined by Deci and Ryan (1985)

- Has been inspiring literature and research for the last two decades, for and against the theory

- CET is a theory of psychology that is designed to examine and explain the effects of external consequences on internal motivation

- It is a sub theory of self-determination theory, which foces on competence and autonomy, examining how motivation is affected by external forces, a process known as motivation crowding out

-CET proposes three categories to explain how external consequences affect internal motivation


1) External events......

2) Events relevant to the initiation and regulation of behaviour.....

3) Personal events....

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Figure 1: Table summary of motivation types

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation[edit | edit source]

- Intrinsic motivation refers to behaviour that is driven by internal rewards



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How does Cognitive Evolution Theory affect motivation?[edit | edit source]

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See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Vallerand, Robert J.; Reid, Greg (1984-3). "On the Causal Effects of Perceived Competence on Intrinsic Motivation: A Test of Cognitive Evaluation Theory".Journal of Sport Psychology 6 (1): 94–102.doi:10.1123/jsp.6.1.94

Rummel, Amy; Feinberg, Richard (1988). "COGNITIVE EVALUATION THEORY: A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE". www.ingentaconnect.com.doi:10.2224/sbp.1988.16.2.147

Deci, Edward L. (1975). Intrinsic Motivation. Boston, MA: Springer US. doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-4446-9

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  1. Vallerand, Robert J.; Reid, Greg (1984-3). "On the Causal Effects of Perceived Competence on Intrinsic Motivation: A Test of Cognitive Evaluation Theory". Journal of Sport Psychology 6 (1): 94–102. doi:10.1123/jsp.6.1.94. ISSN 0163-433X. https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/jsep/6/1/article-p94.xml. 
  2. Rummel, Amy; Feinberg, Richard (1988). "COGNITIVE EVALUATION THEORY: A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE". www.ingentaconnect.com. doi:10.2224/sbp.1988.16.2.147. Retrieved 2019-09-01.
  3. Deci, Edward L. (1975). Intrinsic Motivation. Boston, MA: Springer US. doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-4446-9. ISBN 9781461344483.