motivation

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الإنجليزية - التركية
motivasyon

Tom işi bitirmek için motivasyondan yoksun. - Tom lacks motivation to finish the job.

Tom motivasyondan yoksun. - Tom lacks motivation.

(Askeri) teşvik
(Dilbilim) nedenlilik
(Politika, Siyaset) harekete geçirme
güdülenim
güdüleme
güdü
neden
{i} harekete getirme
{i} dürtü
{i} hareket ettirme
(Askeri) GÜDÜ, GÜDÜLEME, TEŞVİK
(Ticaret) istek
(Ticaret) etken
güdülenme
motivate
motive etmek
motivation research
(Askeri) güdüleme araştırması
motivation research
(Turizm) dürtü araştırması
motivation letter
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motivation research
motivasyon araştırması
motivation psychology
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) motivasyon psikolojisi
motivation research 
(Ticaret) güdüleme araştırması 
motivation 
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) güdüleme 
motivate
harekete getirmek
motivate
harekete geçirmek
motivate
sevketmek
motivate
tionharekete getirme
motivate
harekete geçir

Tom bunu yapmak için harekete geçirilmiş olduğumu biliyordu. - Tom knew that I was motivated to do that.

Tom harekete geçirilmiş gibi görünüyor. - Tom seems to be motivated.

motivate
güdü
motivate
saik
motivate
dürtü
motivate
motiva
achievement motivation
başarı güdüsü
achievement motivation
başarı güdülemesi
employee motivation
işçi güdülemesi
improve motivation
motivasyon artırmak
intrinsic motivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) içe yönelik motivasyon
motivate
heveslendirmek
motivate
sevk etmek
motivate
isteklendirmek
provide motivation
motivasyon sağlamak
competence motivation
yeterli olma güdüsü
instrumental motivation
Araçsal motivasyon
lack of motivation
motivasyon eksikliği
letter of motivation
motivasyon mektubu
self motivation
Kişisel azim/gayret, kendi kendini motive etme
deficiency motivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) eksiklik motivasyonu
extrinsic motivation
(Dilbilim) dışsal güdüleme
extrinsic motivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dışa yönelik motivasyon
instrumental motivation
(Dilbilim) araç güdülemesi
instrumental motivation
(Dilbilim) araçlık güdülenmesi
motivate
{f} hareket ettirmek
motivational
(Askeri) GÜDÜSEL
unconscious motivation
bilinçdışı güdülenim
unconscious motivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçdışı motivasyon
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Willingness of action especially in behavior
Something which motivates
The action of motivating
An incentive or reason for doing something
a research rating that measures how the rational and emotional elements of a commercial affect consumer intention to consider, visit, or buy something

The motivation scores showed that 65% of people wanted to visit our website to learn more about the offer after watching the commercial.

The arousal, intensity, direction, and persistence of effort directed toward job tasks over a period of time
{i} incentive, drive; act or process of motivating; inspiration; state of being stirred to action
In semiotic terminology, motivation is used to designate that the link between signifier and signified is in some respects not completely arbitrary - that there is a motive, necessity, or ''reason'' for connecting a particular signifier with a particular signified
The process that energizes and/or maintains a behavior
the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior; "we did not understand his motivation"; "he acted with the best of motives"
a research rating that measures how both the rational and emotional elements of a commercial affect consumer intention to consider, visit, or buy something
the process that initiates, directs and sustains behavior in order to satisfy psychological and physiological needs motor skills learned skills involving physical dexterity or the coordination of muscular movements multiple intelligences a theory developed by Howard Gardner that postulates six essential, independent mental capacities: linguistic, logical-mathematical, spatial, musical, bodily-kinesthetic, and personal intelligence
Can be raised through providing opportunities for challenge, knowledge and fun
The relative amount of incentive that a threat has to compromise or damage the assets of an organization
The reason for the action
The combination of a person's desire and energy directed at achieving a goal It is the cause of action
the condition of being motivated; "his motivation was at a high level"
The driving force within that causes an individual to act in order to achieve a specific goal
an impulse, a desire, or a need that leads to an action
Organizational programs and management behaviors that encourage employees to act as desired
What impels a character to behave in a particular way
Willingness of action esp. in behavior
An activated state within a person that leads to goal-directed behavior
A plan or state of mind that enables one to move toward a desirable goal
This can be defined in terms of the learner's overall goal or orientation 'Instrumental' motivation occurs when the learner's goal is functional (e g to get a job or pass an examination), and 'integrative' motivation occurs when the learner wishes to identify with the culture of the L2 group 'Task" motivation is the interest felt by the learner in performing different learning tasks
Your motivation for doing something is what causes you to want to do it. Money is my motivation The timing of the attack, and its motivations, are unknown. Factors within a human being or animal that arouse and direct goal-oriented behaviour. Motivation has long been a central subject of study in psychology. Early researchers, influenced by Charles Darwin, ascribed much of animal and human behaviour to instinct. Sigmund Freud believed that much of human behaviour was also based on irrational instinctive urges or unconscious motives. Walter B. Cannon proposed that basic human drives served homeostatic functions by directing energies toward the reduction of physiological tensions. Behavioral psychologists, in contrast, stress the importance of external goals in prompting action, while humanistic psychologists examine the role of felt needs. Cognitive psychologists have found that a motive sensitizes a person to information relating to that motive: a hungry subject, for example, will perceive food stimuli as larger than other stimuli. See also behaviour genetics; human nature; learning
The internally generated state (feeling) that stimulates us to act The neural substrate for motivation is most likely found in the brain reward system
a desire to succeed
an inducement or incentive
the act of motivating; providing incentive
The reason for your action
Internal process which creates and maintains the desire to move toward goals
refers to the forces either within or external to a person that arouse enthusiasm and commitment to pursue a certain course of action
A reason for acting Some ethicists, such as Kantians, hold that motives matter to morality; others, such as utilitarians, hold that motives are not usually relevant According to some, an act done with good intent (or motivation) can still be a good act even if it has bad consequences, and an act with good consequences is not a good act unless it is done with good intent
If the motivation to learn is created by the courseware program, it is classified as intrinsic If motivation comes from external factors, such as a desire for a grade or certificate, it is called extrinsic
A reason for doing something
Requires initiative and refers to the extent to which an individual desires to reach a goal and demonstrates actual follow through A greater level of motivation is required for completion of difficult tasks A brain injured person with reduced motivation may need frequent cueing to finish dressing, even though being able to verbalize the complete procedure
The reason your character is struggling so hard to achieve his or her goal
the act of motivating; providing incentive the condition of being motivated; "his motivation was at a high level
motivation letter
A cover letter or covering letter or motivation letter or motivational letter or letter of motivation is a letter of introduction attached to, or accompanying another document such as a résumé or curriculum vitae
intrinsic motivation
The incentive to undertake an activity based on the expected enjoyment of the activity itself, rather than external benefits that might result
motivate
To animate; to propel; to cause to take action
motivate
to provide someone with an incentive to do something; to encourage
motivate
To provide with a motive; to move; impel; induce; incite
motivate
If someone motivates you to do something, they make you feel determined to do it. How do you motivate people to work hard and efficiently? Never let it be said that the manager doesn't know how to motivate his players. = inspire + motivation mo·ti·va·tion Gross's skill in motivation looked in doubt when his side began the second half badly
motivate
If you are motivated by something, especially an emotion, it causes you to behave in a particular way. They are motivated by a need to achieve I don't want to be missing out. And that motivates me to get up and do something every day. + motivated mo·ti·vat·ed highly motivated employees. + motivation mo·ti·va·tion His poor performance may be attributed to lack of motivation rather than to reading difficulties
motivate
give an incentive for action; "This moved me to sacrifice my career"
motivate
give an incentive for action; "This moved me to sacrifice my career
extrinsic motivation
Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual. The motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades. These rewards provide satisfaction and pleasure that the task itself may not provide
letter of motivation
A cover letter or covering letter or motivation letter or motivational letter or letter of motivation is a letter of introduction attached to, or accompanying another document such as a résumé or curriculum vitae
self motivation
Self motivation is the ability to satisfy a desire, expectation, or goal without being influenced to do so by another person. Self motivation is the key to a paradigm shift or behaviour changes amongst individuals. Many motivation courses or peak performance training mainly address this aspect but the cumulative effect is temporary and the key factor always is the presence of a constant reminder
ideological motivation
idealistic reason, inducement provided by abstract ideas
intrinsic motivation
(in-trin´sik): Human motives stimulated by the inherent nature of the activity or its natural consequences (p 383)
intrinsic motivation
motivation that seems inherent in an activity itself, as when we engage in an activity for its own sake or merely because it is fun introversion preoccupation with oneself and accompanying reduction of interest in the outside world; contrast to extroversion isolation a defense mechanism operating unconsciously central to obsessive-compulsive phenomena in which the affect is detached from an idea and rendered unconscious, leaving the conscious idea colorless and emotionally neutral
intrinsic motivation
Motivation that stems from the direct relationship between the worker and the task; it is usually self-applied [5]
intrinsic motivation
the desire to be competent and to do something for its own sake (See 415)
intrinsic motivation
Internal thoughts or feelings that feed one´s desire to achieve, perform, or become involved in activities or events
intrinsic motivation
Motivation that stems from the direct relationship between the worker and the task; it is usually self-applied
motivate
{f} prompt, spur; provide inspiration; stir to action, induce, cause
motivational
Tending or intended to motivate
motivational
of or relating to motivation
motivational
{s} providing incentive, inspirational, bringing motivation
motivations
plural of motivation
motivation
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