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Articles

Reiss, S. (2004). 
Multifaceted nature of intrinsic motivation: The theory of 16 basic desires. Review of General Psychology, 8, 179-193. Download

Reiss, S., Wiltz, J., & Sherman, M. (2001). 
Trait motivational correlates of athleticism. Personality and Individual Differences, 30, 1139-1145. Download

Havercamp, S. M., Reiss, S. (2003). 
A comprehensive assessment of human strivings: Test-retest reliability and validity of the Reiss Profile. Journal of Personality Assessment, 81, 123-132. Download

Reiss, S. (2009). 
Six motivational reasons for low school achievement. Child and Youth Care Forum, 38, 219-225. Download

Books in other languages

Mayor, P. & Risku, M. (2015). 
Opas yksilölliseen motivointiin. 16 perustarvetta johtamisen apuna. Talentum. http://www.talentumshop.fi/opas-yksilolliseen-motivointiin.html

Reiss, S. (2009). 
Wer bin ich und was will ich wirklich?: Mit dem Reiss-Profile die 16 Lebensmotive erkennen und nutzen.

Reiss, S. (2009). 
Das Reiss Profile: Die 16 Lebensmotive. Welche Werte und Bedürfnisse unserem Verhalten zugrunde liegen.

Brand, M., & Ion, F. (2011). 
Die 16 Lebensmotive in der Praxis: Das Reiss Profile in Training, Coaching und Beratung. 
(Taschenbuch – September 2011)

Reyss. A., & Birkhahn, T. (2009). 
Kraftquellen des Erfolgs – Das Reiss Profile Praxisbuch. Worauf es im Leben wirklich ankommt und wie Sie die 16 Lebensmotive im Alltag nutzen von Neu kaufen.

Ion, F. K., & Brand, M. (2009). 
Motivorientiertes Führen: Führen auf Basis der 16 Lebensmotive nach Steven Reiss

Ion, F. K., & Brand, M. (2008). 
30 Minuten für mehr Work-Life-Balance durch die 16 Lebensmotive.

Books in English

Thoren P-M. (2017). 
Agile People – A radical approach for HR & Managers (That leads to motivated employees)  
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Reiss, S. (2008). 
The Normal Personality: A New Way of Thinking about People. 
New York: Cambridge University Press. 
(Translated into German and Polish.) Buy (amazon)

Reiss, S. (2000). 
Who Am I? The 16 basic desires that motivate our actions and define our personalities. 
New York: Tarcher/Putnum. 288 pp. ISBN: 1-58542-045-X. 
(Translated into German, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Dutch, German, and Spanish.) 
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Reiss, S. (2010). 
Human needs and intellectual disabilities: Applications for person centered planning and crisis intervention. 
Kingston, NY: NADD. Buy (amazon)

Other scholarly articles

Reiss, S. (2005). 
Extrinsic and intrinsic motivation at 30: Unresolved scientific issues. 
Behavior Analyst, 28, 1-14.

Reiss, S., & Havercamp, S. M. (2005). 
Motivation in Development Context: A new method of studying self-actualization. 
Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 45, 41-53.

Reiss, S. (2004). 
The 16 strivings for God. 
Zygon, 39, 303-320.

Olson, Kenneth R. , & Weber, D. A. (2004). 
Relations between big five traits and fundamental motives. 
Psychological Reports, 95, 795-802.

Reiss, S. & Wiltz, J. (2004). 
Why people watch reality TV? 
Media Psychology 6, 363-378.

Reiss, S. & Reiss, M. (2004). 
Curiosity and mental retardation: Beyond IQ. 
Mental Retardation, 42, 77-81.

Wiltz, J., & Reiss, S. (2003). 
Compatibility of housemates with mental retardation. 
American Journal of Mental Retardation, 108, 173-180.

Engel, G., Olson, K. R., Patrick, C. (2002). 
The personality of love: Fundamental motives and traits related to components of love. 
Personality and Individual Differences, 32, 839-853.

Reiss, S. (2000). 
Why people turn to religion: A motivational analysis. 
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 39, 47-52.

Reiss, S. & Havercamp, S. H. (1998). 
Toward a comprehensive assessment of fundamental motivation. 
Psychological Assessment, 10, 97-106.

Reiss, S., Peterson, R.A., Gursky, D.M., & McNally, R.J. (1986). 
Anxiety sensitivity, anxiety frequency, and the prediction of fearfulness. 
Behavior Research and Therapy, 24, 1-8.

Reiss, S., & McNally, R.J. (1985) . 
Expectancy model of fear.
In S. Reiss and R.R. Bootzin (eds.), Theoretical issues in behavior therapy. 
New York: Academic Press, 107-121.

Reiss, S., & Sushinsky, L.W. (1975). 
Overjustification, competing responses, and the acquisition of intrinsic interest. 
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 31, 1116-1125.