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Motivation And Cognitive Abilities: An Integrative/aptitude-treatment Interaction Approach To Skill Acquisition
R. Kanfer, P. Ackerman
Published 1989 · Psychology
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Trois experiences mettent a l'epreuve un modele prenant en compte les differences dans les capacites cognitives, les processus auto-regulateurs de la motivation et les exigences de traitement de l'information
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