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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY   winter 2019 , Volume 5 , Number 1 (serial 17); Page(s) 37 To 48.

Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation in an Interactive Engineering Game

Author(s):  Balavendran Joseph Rani Deepika*, Pal Alok, Tunks Jeanne, Mehta Gayatri
* University of North Texas, USA
In this paper, we study intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation in players playing an electrical engineering gaming environment. We used UNTANGLED, a highly interactive game to conduct this study. This game is developed to solve complex mapping problem in electrical engineering using human intuitions. Our goal is to find whether there are differences in the ways anonymous players solved electrical engineering puzzles in an electronic gaming environment when motivated to play competitively, as compared to self-regulated play. For our experiments, we used puzzles from four games from UNTANGLED. A one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was calculated on participants’ scores, type of plays, number of plays, and time spent playing, as both self-regulated and competitive players. We also examined difference between the type of moves used by the competitive and selfregulated players. Our results support the theory of motivation as being internally embedded in learners. The results also demonstrate that a self-regulated learner does not require motivation to improve one’ s performance.
Keyword(s): Intrinsic Motivation,Extrinsic Motivation,Electrical Engineering Game,Self-Regulated Play,Competitive Play
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