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Introduction The importance of motivation in learning behaviour and education is well-researched and proven in general education, but much less in medical education. There is sometimes focus on increasing the quantity of motivation, but the how and why need more evidence. The aims of this thesis were to gather insights and investigate medical students’ motivation, particularly the importance of quality of motivation, factors influencing and outcomes and to explore how these can be applied to make medical education better suited to support motivation. The main research questions were: 1. Is motivation a predictor for learning and academic performance in medical students? 2. What factors affect motivation? 3. How can intrinsic motivation be stimulated among students? Methods The literature on development of medical education curricula w...
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