motivative


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Adj.1.motivative - impelling to action; "it may well be that ethical language has primarily a motivative function"- Arthur Pap; "motive pleas"; "motivating arguments"
causative - producing an effect; "poverty as a causative factor in crime"
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The findings of the research are again consistent with our research findings that when organization gives recognition to the voice of its employees there excels a motivative culture which in turn accelerates the level of satisfaction of employees.
Furthermore, in batch adsorption systems, the input concentration of copper in the solution plays a crucial role as the motivative force for overcoming the resistance from the mass transfer between liquid and solid phases.
Cousins is being held at Tippacanoe County jail, said Cox, who did not disclose a motivative for the shooting during an afternoon press conference.
WORCESTER -- With the senseless killing recently of an Australian collegiate baseball player, allegedly by three Oklahoma teens who had "nothing better to do,'' many of us are wondering if there is a way to motivative our teens in a more positive and constructive path.
Another specialist, who got into the field because of her autistic son, focused her lecture on applied verbal behaviour, which emphasises on a unit of analysis consisting of the relation between behaviour, motivative and discriminative values and consequences.