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Motivation and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

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on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Motivation and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Motivation and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Motivation
Behavior
Elicited by stimulus associated/connected to innately connected stimulus
Obtain desired, pleasant consequences (reward) or escape/avoid undesired, unpleasant consequences
Social
Affective
Increase/decrease affective dissonance
Increase feeling good
Decrease feeling bad
Increase security of or decrease threats to self-esteem
Maintain levels of optimism and enthuiasm
Imitate positive models
Acquire effective social competence skills
Be apart of a dyad, group, institution or community
Cognitive
Maintain attention to something interesting or threatening.
Develop meaning or understanding
Increase/decrease cognitive disequilibrium; uncertainty
Solve a problem or make a decision
Figure something out
Eliminate threat or risk
Conative
Meeting individual developed selected goal
Obtain personal dream
Develop or maintain self-efficacy
Take control of one's life
Eliminate threats to meeting goals obtaining dream
Reduce others control of one life
Externally- Motivated
5 Factors
Instrumental: Reward and Punishers

External Self Concept based: Matching behavior with externally-developed ideal self
Intrinsically Motivated

2) Intrinsic Process: enjoyment, fun

3) Goal Internalization: self-determined values and goals.

4) Internal Self Concept-Based: matching behavior with internally-developed ideal self.

Maslow and Motivation
Extrinsic
Behavior:
1) Physiological Needs
2) Safey and Security
Social:
4) Esteem
Intrinsic
Cognitive
5) Cognitive
6)Aesthetic
Affective
Love & Belonging
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