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De todas estas teorias, la "Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB)" junto "Protection Motivation Theory (PMT)" son las que han tenido mayor uso, mientras que la "Social bond Theory (SBT)", "General deterrence theory (GDT)", "Information security culture", "Management information systems" y "Rational choice theory (RCT) fueron utilizados en al menos dos articulos.
Motivation theory is commonly associated with athletes and their performance.
In a related manner, a teacher's motivation theory is part of her larger vision for teaching and identity as a teacher.
Bassett SF, Prapavessis H (2011) A test of an adherence-enhancing adjunct to physiotherapy steeped in the protection motivation theory.
Krug gave principles and guidelines from cognitive information processing theory, cognitive load theory, perception theory, motivation theory, and minimalism theory.
Grabsch, and Craig Rotter (2010), "Using Achievement Motivation Theory to Explain Student Participation in a Residential Leadership Learning Community," Journal of Leadership Education 9(2): 22-34.
It is vital to point out that moral motivation theory is a distinct model from the virtue-based theory that precedes it.
Abraham Maslow's human motivation theory (1943) specifies that people have different needs that should be placed in a certain order.
Sandwiched between an introduction to the field and a conclusion considering the future of cyberpsychology, 16 chapters explore such diverse topics as the motivations and personality traits that influence Facebook usage, mobile phone separation and anxiety, the influence of gendered web design on female science career motivation, the psychological factors for contributing to online recommendation sites, protection motivation theory and online activities, attitudes to computerized psychotherapy, using multimedia lecture captures to promote learning, and personality and learning style profiling via the social web.
Another explanation may be based on Herzberg's motivation theory, in this case evaluations are seen as a hygiene factor, and their absence do not create a lack of motivation to work, but rather cause dissatisfaction (because civil servants do not know their goals, they cannot appreciate their quality of work etc.
McClelland had studied this phenomenon for over twenty years at Harvard University and proposed his Achievement Motivation Theory or Manifest Need Theory.
As a framework for this study, we introduce a research model based on Protection Motivation Theory (PMT) by Rogers (1983), subject norms, and habit factors.