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    Anon

    2020 - ACT Academy

    Your Bibliography: Improvement.nhs.uk. N.p., 2020. Web. 3 Mar. 2020.

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    Banikowski, A. K. and Mehring, T. A.

    Strategies to Enhance Memory Based on Brain-Research

    2017 - Focus on Exceptional Children

    In-text: (Banikowski and Mehring)

    Your Bibliography: Banikowski, Alison K., and Teresa A. Mehring. "Strategies To Enhance Memory Based On Brain-Research." Focus on Exceptional Children 32.2 (2017): n. pag. Web.

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    bhandari, S.

    Stress Management

    2020 - WebMD

    In-text: (bhandari)

    Your Bibliography: bhandari, smitha. "Stress Management." WebMD. N.p., 2020. Web. 3 Mar. 2020.

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    Conway, B.

    21 Examples of Personal Development Goals for a Better You

    2013

    In-text: (Conway)

    Your Bibliography: Conway, Byron. "21 Examples Of Personal Development Goals For A Better You." EmployeeConnect HRIS. N.p., 2013. Web. 3 Mar. 2020.

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    Cooper, M. and Law, D.

    Working with goals in psychotherapy and counselling

    2018 - Oxford University Press - Oxford, OX

    Emotions hypothesised to arise in the presence or absence of goal processes Presence Absence Awareness of goals Meaning, purpose, sense of direction, orientation, order Meaninglessness, disorientation, chaos, directionlessness, despair 4 Perceived attainability of goals Hope, optimism, control, order, excitement, expectation Hopelessness, futility, fear, anger, shame, sadness

    In-text: (Cooper and Law)

    Your Bibliography: Cooper, Mick, and Duncan Law. Working With Goals In Psychotherapy And Counselling. Oxford, OX: Oxford University Press, 2018. Print.

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    Eccles, R. G., Ioannou, I. and Serafeim, G.

    The Impact of a Corporate Culture of Sustainability on Corporate Behavior and Performance

    2011 - SSRN Electronic Journal

    Moreover, they are more likely to have organized procedures for stakeholder engagement, to be more long-term oriented, and to exhibit more measurement and disclosure of nonfinancial information. Finally, we provide evidence that High Sustainability companies significantly outperform their counterparts over the long-term, both in terms of stock market and accounting performance.

    In-text: (Eccles, Ioannou and Serafeim)

    Your Bibliography: Eccles, Robert G., Ioannis Ioannou, and George Serafeim. "The Impact Of A Corporate Culture Of Sustainability On Corporate Behavior And Performance." SSRN Electronic Journal (2011): n. pag. Web.

  • Website

    Fluckey, E.

    How Stress Affects Your Goals and Habits

    2017 - HuffPost Contributor platform

    In-text: (Fluckey)

    Your Bibliography: Fluckey, Eric. "How Stress Affects Your Goals And Habits." Huffpost.com. N.p., 2017. Web. 3 Mar. 2020.

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    Gregory, K. and Morón-García, S.

    Assignment submission, student behaviour and experience

    2009 - Engineering Education

    In-text: (Gregory and Morón-García 16-28)

    Your Bibliography: Gregory, Keith, and Sue Morón-García. "Assignment Submission, Student Behaviour And Experience." Engineering Education 4.1 (2009): 16-28. Web. 1 Mar. 2020.

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    Kusurkar, R. A., Croiset, G., Mann, K. V., Custers, E. and ten Cate, O.

    Have Motivation Theories Guided the Development and Reform of Medical Education Curricula? A Review of the Literature

    2012 - Academic Medicine

    Motivation determines thought and action—it influences why behavior is initiated, persists, and stops, as well as what choices are made.17 In an academic setting, motivation and learning are integrally related;18 this means that for learning to take place, motivation is important.19 Motivation in education is also important for deep learning and good academic performance as well as positive learner well-being and satisfaction.

    In-text: (Kusurkar et al. 735-743)

    Your Bibliography: Kusurkar, Rashmi A. et al. "Have Motivation Theories Guided The Development And Reform Of Medical Education Curricula? A Review Of The Literature." Academic Medicine 87.6 (2012): 735-743. Web.

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    Link, J.

    7 Reasons More Adults Are Going Back To School

    2017

    In-text: (Link)

    Your Bibliography: Link, James. "7 Reasons More Adults Are Going Back To School." Cornerstone University. N.p., 2017. Web. 3 Mar. 2020.

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    MacLeod, C. M., Gopie, N., Hourihan, K. L., Neary, K. R. and Ozubko, J. D.

    The production effect: Delineation of a phenomenon.

    2010 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition

    we investigated the production effect—the fact that producing a word aloud during study, relative to simply reading a word silently, improves explicit memory.

    In-text: (MacLeod et al. 671-685)

    Your Bibliography: MacLeod, Colin M. et al. "The Production Effect: Delineation Of A Phenomenon.." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36.3 (2010): 671-685. Web. 13 Feb. 2020.

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    Macleod, L.

    Making SMART goals smarter. - PubMed - NCBI

    2013

    In-text: (Macleod)

    Your Bibliography: Macleod, Les. "Making SMART Goals Smarter. - Pubmed - NCBI." Ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. N.p., 2013. Web. 26 Feb. 2020.

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    Neumeister, K. L. S.

    Understanding the Relationship Between Perfectionism and Achievement Motivation in Gifted College Students

    2004 - Gifted Child Quarterly

    Findings indicated that, for the socially prescribed perfectionists, an underlying motive to avoid failure influenced their achievement goals and behaviors. Based on this motive, they set both performance-avoidance and performance-approach goals and tended toward procrastination in their work. In contrast, an underlying motive to achieve influenced the achievement goals and behaviors of the self-oriented perfectionists. These participants set both mastery and performance approach goals. They developed a strong work ethic, and they were motivated to seek out challenges. Implications of these findings are suggested, and recommendations for parents and educators working with gifted perfectionistic students are discussed.

    In-text: (Neumeister 219-231)

    Your Bibliography: Neumeister, Kristie L. Speirs. "Understanding The Relationship Between Perfectionism And Achievement Motivation In Gifted College Students." Gifted Child Quarterly 48.3 (2004): 219-231. Web.

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    Oelofsen, N.

    Developing practical reflective skills (1/2): personal learning

    2012 - British Journal of Healthcare Assistants

    In-text: (Oelofsen 294-297)

    Your Bibliography: Oelofsen, Natius. "Developing Practical Reflective Skills (1/2): Personal Learning." British Journal of Healthcare Assistants 6.6 (2012): 294-297. Web.

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    Scott, E.

    How You Can Improve Your Memory When Dealing With Stress

    2020

    In-text: (Scott)

    Your Bibliography: Scott, Elizabeth. "How You Can Improve Your Memory When Dealing With Stress." Verywell Mind. N.p., 2020. Web. 3 Mar. 2020.

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    Steca, P., Monzani, D., Greco, A., D’Addario, M., Cappelletti, E. and Pancani, L.

    The Effects of Short-Term Personal Goals on Subjective Well-Being

    2015 - Journal of Happiness Studies

    All of these theories assume that valued personal goals influence the development and maintenance of people’s well-being and their psychological adjustment. Possessing meaningful personal goals and successfully attaining these goals generally leads to higher levels of SWB. However, most of these studies have examined the link between goal pursuit and SWB by adopting correlational approaches, cross-sectional designs and mainly considering long-term personal goals. Thus, our study aimed to analyse longitudinally the influences of the pursuit of short-term goals, in terms of the levels of and changes in goal progress and value, on subsequent levels of and changes in SWB

    In-text: (Steca et al. 1435-1450)

    Your Bibliography: Steca, P. et al. "The Effects Of Short-Term Personal Goals On Subjective Well-Being." Journal of Happiness Studies 17.4 (2015): 1435-1450. Web.

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    Steca, P., Monzani, D., Greco, A., D’Addario, M., Cappelletti, E. and Pancani, L.

    The Effects of Short-Term Personal Goals on Subjective Well-Being

    2015 - Journal of Happiness Studies

    Our findings suggest the importance of a specific focus on individual short-term goals. It is noteworthy that shortterm goals are generally perceived by people as easier and more concrete than long-term goals. Thus, working on more proximal goals may also be more useful and simpler than considering abstract and more distal long-term goals. Moreover, our empirical evidence concerning the effect of value on subsequent level of life satisfaction suggests the need to pay greater attention to the subjective importance people place on their goals and to work especially on those goals that are soon to be reached.

    In-text: (Steca et al. 1435-1450)

    Your Bibliography: Steca, P. et al. "The Effects Of Short-Term Personal Goals On Subjective Well-Being." Journal of Happiness Studies 17.4 (2015): 1435-1450. Web.

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    Tosi, H. L., Locke, E. A. and Latham, G. P.

    A Theory of Goal Setting and Task Performance

    1991 - The Academy of Management Review

    As noted above, in the real world, additional rewards typically come to the person who sets and achieves high rather than low goals. Thus high goals are more instrumental in gaining practical as well as psychological benefits than are low goals.

    In-text: (Tosi, Locke and Latham 480)

    Your Bibliography: Tosi, Henry L., Edwin A. Locke, and Gary P. Latham. "A Theory Of Goal Setting And Task Performance." The Academy of Management Review 16.2 (1991): 480. Web. 13 Feb. 2020.

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    Young, J.

    Locke's Goal Setting Theory - What Are the 5 Key Principles?

    2017

    In it, he demonstrated that employees are motivated by clear, well-defined goals and feedback, and that a little workplace challenge is no bad thing. Locke also demonstrated that the best way to feel motivated is to push yourself to do something that you’re not 100% certain you can achieve.

    In-text: (Young)

    Your Bibliography: Young, james. "Locke's Goal Setting Theory - What Are The 5 Key Principles?." Peakon. N.p., 2017. Web. 12 Feb. 2020.

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