intrinsic


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Related to intrinsic: Intrinsic value, extrinsic, Intrinsic motivation, intrinsic muscles, Intrinsic pathway

intrinsic

(Belonging), adjective implicit, inherent, pertinent
Associated concepts: intrinsic fraud, intrinsic jury, intrinsic value

intrinsic

(Deep down), adjective deep-seated, inner, internal, inward
See also: born, central, essential, implicit, ingrained, inherent, innate, native, organic, virtual
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One well-researched intervention that targets intrinsic motivation to read is the Concept-Oriented Reading Instruction (CORI) program.
As I read the book, I was persuaded that intrinsic motivators would increase both productivity and creativity at my company.
The founder and managing director of Intrinsic, Allan Gauld, will dilute his stockholding but will remain with the firm, initially in a chief executive-level position.
Intrinsic has signed a framework agreement with education systems integrator Ramesys to design, deliver and support infrastructure solutions to Building Schools for the Future (BSF) projects awarded to Ramesys.
The Intrinsic has a temperature range of 20-40 [degrees]C that is accurate to [+ or -] 0.
g and unrivalled long-term stability are hallmarks of the DVS Intrinsic.
Intrinsic factor antibody testing, automated diagnosis of pernicious anemia.
From a cognitive perspective, psychologists frequently describe motivation as being either intrinsic or extrinsic.
Students may differ in motivation depending on its source, such as whether it is intrinsic or extrinsic (Pintrich & Schunk, 2002).
Recent research suggests that humans have an intrinsic tendency to minimize energy while performing motor actions, even when this is detrimental to performance.