Motivation-research



noun
1.
the application of the knowledge and techniques of the social sciences, especially psychology and sociology, to understanding consumer attitudes and behavior: used as a guide in advertising and marketing.

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  • Motivative

    [moh-tuh-vey-shuh n] /ˌmoʊ təˈveɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act or an instance of , or providing with a reason to act in a certain way: I don’t understand what her motivation was for quitting her job. Synonyms: motive, inspiration, inducement, cause, impetus. 2. the state or condition of being or having a strong reason to […]

  • Motivator

    [moh-tuh-veyt] /ˈmoʊ təˌveɪt/ verb (used with object), motivated, motivating. 1. to provide with a or ; incite; impel. /ˈməʊtɪˌveɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) to give incentive to n. 1917, agent noun in Latin form from motivate (v.). v. 1863, “to stimulate toward action,” from motive + -ate (2); perhaps modeled on French motiver or German motivieren. […]



  • Motive

    [moh-tiv] /ˈmoʊ tɪv/ noun 1. something that causes a person to act in a certain way, do a certain thing, etc.; incentive. 2. the goal or object of a person’s actions: Her motive was revenge. 3. (in art, literature, and music) a . adjective 4. causing, or tending to cause, motion. 5. pertaining to motion. […]

  • Motiveless

    [moh-tiv] /ˈmoʊ tɪv/ noun 1. something that causes a person to act in a certain way, do a certain thing, etc.; incentive. 2. the goal or object of a person’s actions: Her motive was revenge. 3. (in art, literature, and music) a . adjective 4. causing, or tending to cause, motion. 5. pertaining to motion. […]



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