Weiner, Michael

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The effects of reward and perception of competency upon subsequent task interest 1976 144 In recent years, a considerable body of literature has developed around the issue of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. DeCharms (1968) attacked the notion of additivity with respect to these processes and suggested that intrinsic and extrinsic moti...
The effects of extrinsic reward on intrinsic motivation : eating behavior 1976 144 The purpose of the present study was threefold: (1) an examination of the effects of the external rewards of money and verbal reinforcement on the intrinsic motivation to eat; (2) a comparison of these effects between normal weight Individuals and in...
Effects of undergoing arbitrary discrimination on subsequent attitudes toward a minority group 1971 31 The present study undertook to explore the hypothesis that having been the object of prejudice and discrimination, a person will be less likely to hold prejudiced beliefs and exhibit discriminatory tendencies toward a minority group. The setting for ...
Locus of control as a function of the confirmation or disconfirmation of an expectancy 1973 71 Rotter's Internal-External Locus of Control Scale was administered to 129 introductory psychology students at the beginning of the semester to determine their Internal- External scores. Six weeks later, each subject's first quiz was returned with the...
The contact hypothesis and its relevance to busing 1973 34 It was the purpose of this thesis to review and summarize the recent literature on the contact hypothesis and to analyze its possible use as an effective means of attitude change in American ethnic relations. A primary objective was to highlight the ...
The effects of sensitivity and assertive training upon the performance of nursing students 1973 49 The purpose of the present study was to compare the performance of three groups of second-year nursing students, enrolled in the North Carolina Baptist Hospital School of Nursing, (l) after participation in sensitivity training combined with assertiv...
Information-seeking as a function of locus of control and situational control 1974 36 The hypotheses were tested that internals and externals would not differ in amount of information-seeking in situations in which their degree of control over their outcomes was clear-cut, but that internals would seek more information than externals ...