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The influence of peer comments from sender with different intimacy on motivation
intimacy with the sender
The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of peer comments from sender with different intimacy on motivation. The peer comments scenes consisted of compliments or scolded comments during classes and cleaning. The intimacies to comment senders were also control by the distance of peers (whether to play together often or not). Fifty-seven university students, 29 males and 28 females, were participated in this study. Participants were divided into a compliments group and a scolded comments group, and each group responded to the motivational scale after reading the 4 stories (2 scenes X 2 distances). The main results were as follows: (1) The motivation score of the compliments group was higher than that of the scolded comments group. (2) The motivation score in class scenes was higher than cleaning scenes. (3) The effect of the scene was only a significant trend in the scolded comments group. (4) There was no effect of intimacy with the sender on motivation.
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