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One tenth (10-1): deciliter.

[French déci-, from Latin decimus, tenth, from decem, ten; see dekm̥ in Indo-European roots.]

deci-

prefix
(Units) denoting one tenth; 10–1: decimetre. Symbol: d
[from French déci-, from Latin decimus tenth]

deci-

a combining form used initially in the names of units of measurement that are one tenth the size of the unit denoted by the second element of the compound: decibel; deciliter.
(Latin decimus tenth]

deci-

A prefix that means "one tenth," as in deciliter, one tenth of a liter.

deci-

Prefix meaning 1⁄10 in the metric system; e.g., a deciliter (dl) is a measure of liquid volume equal to 1⁄10 (0.01) litre.
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Esta teoria se denomina Teoria de la Auto-Determinacion, cuyos planteamientos iniciales fueron elaborados en la decada de los ochenta por Edward Deci y Richard Ryan (2000, 1985).
Por ultimo, el gregarismo se refiere a la necesidad de sentirse conectado con otros semejantes e implicado en relaciones de amor y cuidado mutuos (Bowlby, 1958, citado en Deci & Ryan, 2000).
According to the Self-determination theory, human motivation is regulated by an individual's propensity for assessing their current needs and constructing their actions in a way that addresses those needs (Maslow, 1943; Ryan & Deci, 2000).
Due to the wide range of motivational variations that are associated with brand community participation, Self-Determination Theory (SDT) is an appropriate theory (Ryan & Deci, 2002).
Recently, the focus of motivational research has primarily been on the attainment of intrinsic motivation, considered as the driving force for enhancing learning and performance (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
This percentage may be an underestimate because parents and teachers may believe that introjected children are intrinsically motivated because they do not require external prompts and salient rewards; when in fact such children lack intrinsic motivation and often experience significant academic anxiety (Ryan & Connell, 1989; Ryan & Deci, 2000).
Williams, Niemiec, Patrick, Ryan & Deci (2009) evaluated the effectiveness of a tobacco-dependence intervention based on self determination theory using a randomized cessation-induction trial.
Deci and Ryan's (1985) organismic integration theory (OIT), a sub-theory of Deci and Ryan's (1985) self-determination theory (SDT), classifies relative degrees of self-determined behavior according to which type of motivation is operational (Deci & Ryan, 2000).
teacher's authority type and feedback), and Deci and Ryan's (1985) cognitive evaluation theory, examined the relationship between Tunisian high school students' perceptions of their classroom environment (i.
The first of Deci and Ryan's (2000; 2008) motivational categories, intrinsic motivation, can be described as a process that begins at infancy, where individuals are spurred on to action without the promise of external rewards.
Saada Local Concil's Secretary General Mohamed al-Emad met here on Friday the coordinator of Medecins du Monde (MdM) (Doctors of the World), a French doctors organization, Federico Deci.
On the contrary, intrinsic motivation arises out of the internal feelings of the employees, thus denoting the influential position of personal satisfaction in driving goal directed behavior of personnel (Ryan and Deci, 2000).