Investigate the Origin of the Components of Self-Determination Theory in Naturalism Thought

Farnaz Mehdipour Maralani, Afzal Sadat Hoseini

Abstract


The need for competence sense, autonomy and relatedness are the needs if are supplied have a significant impact in the individual’s mental health. For a true understanding of the needs, the need to identifying is its thinking base. In this paper in the descriptive- analysis method, this intellectual infrastructure is proposed as naturalism and the origins and theoretical foundations self-determination on the basis of intellectual self-deploy, so it can be done if naturalism raising children are investigated on the basis of the infrastructure intellectual needs and as a result of it, if a child be educated by naturalism method can be effective on physiological and basis needs and as a result on self-determination of child. The naturalism doctrine can provide essential context to satisfy the basic psychological needs and thus self- determination. According to the doctrine of naturalism, intervention in nature must be appropriate to the stage of development that the child is at that stage, and it does not exceed, the intervention must be improved, not changer. Leave children to be free and the nature guide him the way he should go. Monitor his actions away. Give him tool feedback, not the executive one.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v3i2.9446

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