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The question is: Evaluate the effectiveness of self-determination theory in explaining various behaviors.

My question is: Exactly what is this asking for and how would I start the response? Is it asking for the behaviors themselves or how the behaviors are modified using the theory? I am a little lost.

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    Nevermind, I got it

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    Please identify the School Subject so we know what it is.

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