A Passion for Science

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Overview

When people present their ideas in an authoritative manner, it is easy to assume that they have the experience, skills and education for us to trust their expertise. But how can we know which “expert” to trust? In your position on the Workplace Culture Committee, you can help your peers recognize whether applications of certain theories are based in science or not.

In this Project, you will examine two talks on the subject of motivation, then look into some uses of motivational theories that are promoted by different kinds of experts.

Directions

Your efforts on the Workplace Culture Committee include helping your colleagues become informed consumers, not just of products, but of ideas. Prepare a handout on evaluating scientific claims on a topic of interest both at home and at work: motivation. Your handout should contain:

  • a summary of the main ideas of each video
  • a list of the parts of each video that are presented as scientific claims or proposed behaviors based on scientific theory
  • an explanation, in your own words, of which claims show appropriate scientific support, which do not, and how you can tell. Base your explanation on the resources on evaluating scientific claims.

You may find it useful to develop your draft content in a table, spreadsheet or simple text document before you create your handout design. Your handout may include graphics or other elements that you feel would appeal to your audience. When you quote a resource or use a graphic that you did not create yourself, be sure to cite it properly.








https://cfaresources.s3.amazonaws.com/Captions/pla...

https://www.ted.com/talks/emily_balcetis_why_some_...

http://web.archive.org/web/20140527144001/http://w...










Tutor Answer

chemtai
School: Boston College

Please find the attached file. i look forward to working with you again. good bye

Running head: PASSION FOR MOTIVATION

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Passion for Motivation
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PASSION FOR MOTIVATION

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Passion for Motivation
Introduction

Developing indomitable motivation at workplace and home is necessary for gaining a
unique competitive edge in what you do. When you have unmatched passion for what you value
most, inbuilt confidence level increases by a significant level. When addressing an audience, it
becomes easy and you end up gaining trust among your peers. There are developed scientific
theories explaining logic behind motivation among individuals on particular subject matter.
Research has justified the fact that passion for motivation is necessary for judging quality of
science especially particular resources used by teachers, students and other people in particular
field of interest. Passion for motivation is a cardinal aspect that applies various concepts of
science in making informed decisions. Effective evaluation of claims and findings should be
based on scientific facts; a concept that requires integration of indomitable passion. This essay is
a brief summary of two videos talking about the subject of motivati...

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Anonymous
Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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