In the Vallerand and Losier paper they use a model to describe how social factors influence motivation. Create your own motivational sequence which includes factors, other than the social factors they...

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In the Vallerand and Losier paper they use a model to describe how social factors influence motivation. Create your own motivational sequence which includes factors, other than the social factors they describe, and explain how you hypothesis they would impact motivation. So, for example, rather than the social factors (success/failure, cooperation/competition, and coaches behaviour), you may highlightinjuryas a factor. From there, you might hypothesize that in most circumstances injuries would result in lowered levels of competence (can't train), reduced autonomy (not feeling in control) and reduced relatedness (not able to see teammates). From there, you might hypothesize that the athlete would experience amotivation. You could also suggest that athletes may suffer from negative affect, no change in sportsmanship and no change in persistence.
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Somprikta answered on Sep 23 2021
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Motivational Sequence        2
MOTIVATIONAL SEQUENCE
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Competence and Autonomy    3
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Competence and Autonomy
    Competence can be aptly described as the basic prerequisite for motivation. However, it is to be understood that competence (self-confidence) alone is not sufficient for the purpose of gaining motivation. Another factor needs to be coupled with competence in order to lead to the development of motivation. The other factor that plays a significant role in deriving motivation in the athletes is autonomy. Autonomy can be described as the power of an individual to be capable of making informed and uncoerced decision. The individuals who believe in autonomy are independent, and in a way, self-governing (Ryan & Deci, 2020). Autonomy and competence coupled together leads to the development of intrinsic motivation. However, there are certain steps which are involved prior to obtaining intrinsic motivation. The coupling of competence and autonomy leads to the creation of self-determination. Self-determination in turn, leads to the development of intrinsic motivation.
    Intrinsic motivation is extremely necessary for athletes. This is primarily because, extrinsic or external motivational factors can be easily eliminated. As a...
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