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Adj.1.introjected - incorporated unconsciously into your own psyche
psychological science, psychology - the science of mental life
integrated - formed into a whole or introduced into another entity; "a more closely integrated economic and political system"- Dwight D.Eisenhower; "an integrated Europe"
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introjected regulation and external regulation) of motivated behaviors.
Subjects in Cluster 1, introjected Sabbath keepers, showed moderate scores on the integrated Sabbath and prescribed meaning subscales and higher scores on the incomplete segmentation subscale relative to other clusters.
As a result, there is a sense that the introjected character becomes more elaborate and subjectively real, often significant parts are imagined, or subconsciously fabricated and embellished.
These four types of extrinsic motivation are external regulation (controlled type), introjected regulation (moderately controlled type), identified regulation (moderately autonomous type), and integrated regulation (autonomous type).
Because a small child gullibly believes everything an adult tells him, those messages became introjected as deeply held self beliefs.
But in Eggerer's paintings, Warhol's procedure has been introjected within the figure: Here the body is internally divided, partitioned, into distinct temporal zones.
When students follow a teacher's rules or do their homework in order to avoid guilt or embarrassment they are involved in introjected regulation.
Given women's historical submission and lack of social role, and correlating that to the difference observed in the 'perception of guilt' construct that resulted from the validation of the scale that was part of the field research of our study, we found that those feelings of anxiety and guilt caused by that constellation (through introjected parental figures, especially male ones) cause more intense guilt conflicts in women than in men.
Extrinsic motivators (such as a desire for wealth or power) and introjected motivators (based on guilt and shame, for example) produce "low-quality" motivation that, while producing some functional outcomes, more often results in dysfunctional behaviors.
Something that runs in the family may be due to any singular, or amalgamation, of factors, including deliberately learned behaviors; unconsciously introjected attitudes, beliefs, and patterns of thinking; the externals of culture; genetics; and numerous physical aspects of the environment.
At the other end of the continuum, in introjected regulation (e.
The original CRIS was developed by Ryan, Rigby, and King (1993) and was designed to measure identified and introjected faith motivation.