intrinsic motivation

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English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

See intrinsic, motivation.

Noun[edit]

intrinsic motivation (countable and uncountable, plural intrinsic motivations)

  1. The incentive to undertake an activity based on the expected enjoyment of the activity itself, rather than external benefits that might result.

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