The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education.

Meyer A, Meyer-Ahrens I, Wilde M (2013)
European Journal of Educational Research 2(4): 185-190.

Journal Article | Published | English

No fulltext has been uploaded

Publishing Year
ISSN
PUB-ID

Cite this

Meyer A, Meyer-Ahrens I, Wilde M. The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education. European Journal of Educational Research. 2013;2(4):185-190.
Meyer, A., Meyer-Ahrens, I., & Wilde, M. (2013). The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education. European Journal of Educational Research, 2(4), 185-190.
Meyer, A., Meyer-Ahrens, I., and Wilde, M. (2013). The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education. European Journal of Educational Research 2, 185-190.
Meyer, A., Meyer-Ahrens, I., & Wilde, M., 2013. The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education. European Journal of Educational Research, 2(4), p 185-190.
A. Meyer, I. Meyer-Ahrens, and M. Wilde, “The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education.”, European Journal of Educational Research, vol. 2, 2013, pp. 185-190.
Meyer, A., Meyer-Ahrens, I., Wilde, M.: The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education. European Journal of Educational Research. 2, 185-190 (2013).
Meyer, Annika, Meyer-Ahrens, Inga, and Wilde, Matthias. “The beneficial effects of non-received choice – a study on intrinsic motivation in biology education.”. European Journal of Educational Research 2.4 (2013): 185-190.
This data publication is cited in the following publications:
This publication cites the following data publications:

Export

0 Marked Publications

Open Data PUB

Search this title in

Google Scholar