INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC FACTORS IN JOB SATISFACTION
- Cornerstones of Career Satisfaction in Medicine. Lepnurm, Rein; Danielson, Danton; Dobson, Roy; Keegan, David // Canadian Journal of Psychiatry;Jul2006, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p512
Objectives: To establish a reliable and concise measure of career satisfaction that covers all 4 of its dimensions and to document higher dimensions of satisfaction among the major medical specialties and across varying patterns of clinical practice. Methods: In 2004, we conducted a stratified,...
- Why Are Young Teachers Refusing to Teach School? Igonina, M. V. // Russian Education & Society;Nov2009, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p10
The article presents a study which offers some reasons why young teachers refuse to teach schools in Russia. It mentions that the teaching profession does not entice the young people to teach in schools since it is unpopular and most of the schoolteachers are manned by females. It states that...
- SHARING STUDENTS' RELATIVE PERFORMANCE FOR REINFORCING MOTIVATION. YADIN, Aharon // eLearning & Software for Education;2014, Issue 2, p545
This paper describes an experimental study that was performed among undergraduate students in their third year out of four required for their Software Engineering degree. The study's main purpose that stems from Maslow's motivational theory (self-actualization), was to explore possible...
- Go ahead–be a quitter. Meyer, Andrea // Glamour;Jan2003, Vol. 101 Issue 1, p73
Offers advice on how a woman can determine whether an endeavor she has started is worth finishing in the long run or not. Need to balance the rewards of finishing a task with the hassles of trying to make it work out; Establishment of a deadline for completing the task.
- What I Know for Sure. // O, The Oprah Magazine;Sep2010, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p248
The article presents the author's comments on the journey to self-actualization and reaching the potential as a human being.
- Toward the Concept of Self-Idealization Motive. Kaup, Shekkar Shetty // Training & Development Journal;Jul67, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p22
Discusses the concept of self-idealization motive. Theory of human motivation; Social needs; Self actualization; 'I' motive; Goal setting; Accident versus intent.
- UPWARD OR DOWNWARD COMPARISON AFTER FAILURE. THE ROLE OF DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION. Michinov, Nicolas; Monteil, Jean-Marc // Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal;1997, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p389
What leads people to select an upward or a downward social comparison after a threat? This experiment examines a basic interpretation proposed in the literature according to which, in a threatening situation, the choice of direction for a social comparison, upward or downward, depends on the...
- Create the Future. Marshall, Edward M. // Personal Excellence Essentials;Mar2007, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p7
The article offers pieces of advice about the choices made in life. The author says part of choosing how a person want it to be in the future is to choose whether or not to let go of the past. He adds that resignation about the future can be countered with optimism and faith in oneself. A person...
- The appointed hour. Taylor, Susan L. // Essence (Essence);Oct96, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p69
Editorial. Talks about the importance of finding security within ourself. What should African-Americans do to succeed.