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MOTIVATION & EMOTION - PART 1

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Transcript of MOTIVATION & EMOTION - PART 1

MOTIVATION - Internal Processes that initiate, sustain, direct, and terminate activities.
NEED=> DRIVE=>
RESPONSE=>
GOAL=>NEED REDUCTION
Three Major Types of Motives: 1.Biological Motives - hunger,
thirst, sex, pain, pleasure
2. Stimulus Motives- activity,
physical contact, exploration
3. Learned Motives - power, social
status
Sensation seekers
are people who prefer high levels
of stimulation.
MOTIVATION & EMOTION - PART 1

IMPORTANCE OF HOMEOSTASIS: Homeostasis is a steady state of body equilibrium.
ROBERT PLUTCHIK
8 PRIMARY EMOTIONS
MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
Needs create a drive. Drives activate responses. We push toward a goal to get the needs satisfied or reduced.
A small area in the brain called the hypothalamus is important because it regulates many motives-hunger,
thirst, sex....
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SURVIVAL
ANOREXIA
Active self-starvation
or a sustained loss
of appetite that has psychological and
(?biological?) origins.
About 10% of anorexics and 25% of bulimics are now
males.

STRATEGIES FOR TEST ANXIETY:
Hard work
Learn to Relax
Rehearse coping and
re-structuring
thoughts.
INDIVIDUAL SCORING:
1.To score the individual answer
sheets, count one
point for each item that is on the student's list but is not on the answer key.
2. Also, count one point for each item that is on the answer key but not on
the student's list.
3. Total these points to get the individual's overall score.
** The lower the score the more
accurate the student's answer.

Locus of Control Questionaire - Julian Rotter
http://psychologytoday.tests.psychtests.com/take_test.php?idRegTest=1317
CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS: cyclical changes in body functions and arousal levels that vary on a schedule approximating a 24 hr. day. It can take up to 2 weeks to re-synchronize rhythm changes.
SEX DRIVE: The sex drive in lower animals is directly related to hormones. In humans, the sex drive can be aroused at almost any time by almost anything. We humans are the only species that is capable of sexual intimacy within love and belonging and intent to give and receive pleasure.
Unbroken- Mateusz M
Life=Risk(wesell4you)
Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside
an individual rather than from any external or outside rewards, such as money or grades.

Extrinsic motivation refers to behavior that is driven by external
rewards such as money, fame, grades, and praise.

Powerful Motivation & Inspiration for Life great prox
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