Strong intrinsic motivation

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Dessi, Roberta; Rustichini, Aldo;
  • Publisher: IDEI Working Paper
    acm: TheoryofComputation_GENERAL

A large literature in psychology, and more recently in economics, has argued that monetary rewards can reduce intrinsic motivation. We investigate whether the negative impact persists when intrinsic motivation is strong, and test this hypothesis experimentally focusing ... View more
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