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    Hmm, extrinsically motivated behavior is when you do something for an external reward or to avoid punishment rather than because you personally enjoy it or find it fulfilling. So, if you're doing something primarily because you'll get a prize, praise, or avoid getting into trouble, that's extrinsic motivation. For example, studying hard just to get good grades or going to work solely for the paycheck are classic examples of extrinsically motivated behavior.

Mar 09 2024

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