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ERIC Number: EJ123598
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Work Motivation and the Negative Effects of Extrinsic Rewards: A Reward With Implications for Theory and Practice
Notz, William W.
American Psychologist, 30, 9, 884-891, Sep 75
Summarizes and discusses findings on two hypotheses predicting interaction between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation: extrinsic rewards are those which provide satisfaction independent of the actual activity itself and are controlled by someone other than the employee, whereas intrinsic rewards are those over which the employee has a high degree of self-control. (Author/JM)
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