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Joachim Hüffmeier, Joyce Elena Schleu, and Christoph Nohe

competitions. Notes 1. Prior research often termed these findings motivation gains in teams. However, this line of research typically does not study all aspects of motivation (i.e., the persistence, intensity, and direction of behavior; Campbell, 1990 ; Geen, 1995 ), but focuses on persistence and intensity