Mathematical Model of the Behavioral Stream Measurement
Motivation theory is coming of age and it carries the unmistakable stamp of Jack Atkinson. In this chapter I intend both to help the rest of you to document Atkinson’s influence on the psychology of motivation and to argue that motivation theory is coming of age.
KeywordsMotivational Unit Tracking Performance Dual Task Ongoing Activity Dual Task Condition
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