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In 2013, a team of psychologists at Harvard University published a paper in which they outlined “the end of history illusion.”
Do you ever find yourself actively seeking distraction from what you’re working on? You know what you’re supposed to be getting on with, but instead you open up a new tab, reach for your phone, or start cleaning your home.
Extrinsic motivation is a behavior driven by a desire to receive external rewards. These rewards can include money, fame, praise, and recognized educational achievement.