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SELECT ALL THAT APPLY Which is not an extrinsically motivated action? a.doing homework well to get a good grade b.meditating to feel peaceful c.earning money to buy clothes d.using slang to fit in with friends e.exercising to feel relaxed
Meditating to feel peaceful, exercising to feel relaxed are not extrinsically motivated actions.
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