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|Contents:||1. Motivation and action: introduction and overview J. Heckhausen and H. Heckhausen; 2. Historical trends in motivation research H. Heckhausen; 3. Trait theories of motivation D. Scheffer and H. Heckhausen; 4. Situational determinants of behavior J. Beckmann and H. Heckhausen; 5. Motivation as a function of expectancy and incentive J. Beckmann and H. Heckhausen; 6. Achievement motivation J. C. Brunstein and H. Heckhausen; 7. Social bonding: affiliation motivation and intimacy motivation K. Sokolowski and H. Heckhausen; 8. Power motivation H.-D. Schmalt and H. Heckhausen; 9. Implicit and explicit motives J. C. Brunstein; 10. Biopsychological aspects of motivation O. C. Schultheiss and M. M. Wirth; 11. Motivation and volition in the course of action A. Achtziger and P. M. Gollwitzer; 12. Individual differences in self-regulation J. Kuhl; 13. Intrinsic motivation and flow F. Rheinberg; 14. Causal attribution of behavior and achievement J. Stiensmeier-Pelster and H. Heckhausen; 15. Motivation and development J. Heckhausen and H. Heckhausen.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Jutta Heckhausen, Heinz Heckhausen.|
I am pleased with the additional strengths this text brings to the field, updating the original and expanding into new areas of research on motivation and action. The book provokes student thinking,