Individual Styles Questionnaire

(General Causality Orientations Scale)  Deci & Ryan, 1985

1. Autonomy Orientation -

    High degree of experienced choice with respect to initiation and regulation of one's own behavior

2. Control Orientation -

    Being organized with respect to controls either in environment or inside themselves ("shoulds", "ought to")

3. Impersonal Orientation -

    Experience one's behavior as being beyond their intentional control