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Ronaline Nicole Obrense

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of MOTIVATION

To be successful in their career.
To experience the life the way they wanted to.
Envy to others
Don’t like to experience to be a poor

Biological Source
Physiological Source
Environmental Influence
Evolutionary Theory of Motives
Expectancy-Value Theories

In this subtopic, you will determine the following:

1.What are the sources of motives?
2.State the process of Motivation.
3.To know the psychologists involved regarding motives.
4.Enumerate some causes why individuals are motivated looking for satisfaction in social activities.
5.State the Five Cores of Motives.

Classifications of Motivation and Physiological or Survival Motives
In this subtopic, you will be able to determine:

1. What are the classifications of motives according to different psychologists?
2. Enumerate the needs under Maslow's 'Hierarchy of Needs'
3. State the concepts of Physiological or Survival needs.
4. Enlist the causes for Physiological and Survival Needs.
5. Cite the needs under Physiological Motives.

Sources Of Motives
Process of Motivation
Psychologists involved regarding motives
Gordon Willard Allport
Study of the personality, and is often referred to as one of the founding figures of personality psychology.
He contributed to the formation of Values Scales
John William Atkinson
Psychologists involved regarding motives
Study of human motivation, achievement and behavior.
A leader in establishing motivation as a distinct field of study in psychology research.
Frederick Herzberg
Psychologists involved regarding motives
He is most famous for introducing job enrichment and the Motivator-Hygiene theory.
"One More Time, How Do You Motivate Employees?"
Clayton Paul Alderfer
Psychologists involved regarding motives
Abraham Maslow
Psychologists involved regarding motives
Creating Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a theory of psychological health.
Developed Maslow's hierarchy of needs by categorizing the hierarchy into his ERG theory (Existence, Relatedness and Growth).
Causes why individuals is motivated looking for satisfaction in social activities.
Enhancing Self
Five Cores of Motives
Classifications of Motives according to different Psychologists
According to Hilgard
Survival Motives
Social Motives
Ego-integrative Motives

According to other psychologists
Physiological or Biological motives
Social Motives
Personal Motives

Needs under
Maslow's 'Hierarchy of Needs'
Concepts of Physiological or Survival needs
Basic, inborn, present at birth
Primary needs, vital to life
Necessary for survival
Related to normal body fuctions
Equilibrium and homeostasis

Causes of Physiological or Survival Needs
Water content
Salt content
Sugar content
Mineral content
Oxygen content
Constant hydrogen-ion level
Constant temperature of blood

Needs under Physiological Motives
Recovery from fatigue
Maintenance of temperature Normalcy
Maintaining proper elimination
Avoidance of pain
Oxygen need
Maternal drive
Sex drive
Psychological Motives/Social Motives
1.Give the Classifications of Psychological Motives
2.Enumerate the Classifications of Social Motives
3.Determine the Factors that affect Psychological Motives
4.Enumerate the Factors that affect Social Motives
5.State the Benefits of Psychological/Social Motives
Sexual Purpose
Emotion of fear
Being Disgust
Anger and Aggresion
Achievement Motivation

Classifications of Psychological Motives
Classifications of Social Motives
Affectional Drive
Need for Security and Safety
Sex Urge
Need for Affiliation
Dependency (Succorance)
Social Approval

Factors that affect the Psychological Motives
Biological Factors
Self Personality
Human Hormones
Drive Reduction Theory
Own Curiosity

Factors that affect the Social Motives
Social Groups
Social Dominance
Act of Matching Attitudes
Beliefs of Man
Behaviors of Man
Obedience to Authority
Social Environment
Individual's own Personality
Benefits of Social Motives
Allows people to be less self-centered in their own way
Helps people focus on the needs of other people
Tends to contribute good things to other people who also help you
Causes people to learn more about life experiences
Can help us to seek guidance in times of our needs

1. What are personal motives?
2. State the things that affect your motives?
3. Determine how motive applies on our daily life
4. Identify the types of personal motives
5. what are the characteristics of personal motives?
Personal Motives
Personal motive are motives which are built around the "self".
Personal motives have something to do with self-respect, self-esteem and desire for prestige
Personal motives are hidden reasons why someone has to that certain way.
Personal motives have something to do with status of a person in the eyes of the others.
Personal motives are desire to attain a certain thing in life
Things that affect your Motives
One of the things that affect your motives is your personality
Second is your desire for prestige
Third is your desire to achieve something
Fourth is your desire for power
Fifth is your desire for status
How motive applies on our daily life
Motives affect us in making our decisions
Motives are the reasons behind our actions
Motives affect the way we think
Motives also affect our perspectives in life
Motives also affects our daily behaviors
Types of personal Motives
Power Drive
Achievement Drive
Defensiveness Drive
Characteristics of Personal Motives
Recognition is a desire to be know from something he/she has the power over criticism
Power Drive is the desire to control or compel others and to determine their fate
Achievement Drive is the desire to finish something that is worthwhile
Autonomy is the desire for independence. To know that he/she has the power over himself.
Defensiveness Drive is the desire of oneself to defend himself from blame and criticism.
1. Identify the Theories of Motivations
2. To know the different level of Hierarchy based on Theory Sequential Development
3. To know the three Structures of personality based on Psychoanalytic Theory
4.Determine the Principles Governing Human Behavior in the Theories of Motivation
5. State the seven Principle of Human Behavior in the Theories of Motivations

Theories Of Motivation
Theory of Sequential Development
Psychoanalytic Theory
Principles Governing Human Behavior
Superiority and Inferiority Theory
Need Theory
Theory of Functional Autonomy of Motives
Different Levels Of Hierarchy Based on Theory Sequential Development
Self- Actualization Needs
Esthetic Needs
Esteem and Prestige Needs
Belongingness and Love Needs
Safety and Security Needs
Physiological Needs
Structure of Personality based on Psychoanalytic Theory
Principles Governing Human Behavior
The Pleasure Principle
Reality Principle
Tension-Reduction Principles
Polarity or Duality Principle
Repetition-Compulsion Principle
Principles of Human Behavior
Style of Life
Creative Self
Conscious Self
Fictional Goals
Social Interest
Motivation makes people more dedicated to reach their goals or desires. it helps to give them ability to improve their selves, to get their wants, needs and to survive in their life. But too much of these can make the people very greed and think only their own self and they are annoyed when they do not get what they want.
We should have a control on it to make better in life and always think not only our own self but also the people surrounding us because their were also part of our life.

Reporter no. 1
Reporter no.2

Motive is a vast area of concern so psychologists made further classifications to be able to understand the topic better. These classifications are based on how motives affect an individual's physiological, social and personal life and how he act to satisfy his needs.
Physiological motives are basic and literal to every individual and should not be taken for granted since it is directly connected to one's health and survival.

Report no. 3
The psychological motives/social motives of man usually happen with their interaction of other people. The most common psychological/social motives that lead us to affiliate and interact with others are the need for security, social approval, affection, sex and dependence.
These motives are very numerous as well complex. Some of these social motives may be stronger than inborn drives. It tackles the sensitivity on how all of the people interact with others regarding some factors like their attitudes, beliefs, and others. It is also beneficial for other people in a good way but somehow, can hurt others’ feelings if not expressed properly.

Reporter no.4
Now we all know what a personal motive is. We can now define it by own word. We can also define the different types of motives and it meaning and definition. Certainly we can now distinguish ones motive on us depending on how they act and if can only read each and every person's mind around us we can determine that they have their own personal motives on us. This motives are actually hidden that's why it is also known as hidden agenda.
Reporter no. 5
Motivation Theories are based on daily life of a person. It is made to come-up an analysis of what man's desire, motives or actions are. It is also used to determine on how a person react within a situation
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