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Motivation: A Definition & Four General Approaches

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Kristin Greene

on 12 January 2012

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Transcript of Motivation: A Definition & Four General Approaches

MOTIVATION. intrinsic generated from inside no incentives or punishments extrinsic generated from outside not interested in the activity itself need incentives or punishments There are four approaches to motivation: Behavioral extrinsic motivation source

influenced by reinforcers, rewards,
incentives, and punishments

Humanistic intrinsic motivation source

influenced by the need for
self-esteem, self-fulfillment,
and self-determination

Cognitive intrinsic motivation source

influenced by beliefs,
attributions for success and failure, and expectations
Sociocultural intrinsic motivation source

influenced by engaged participation
in learning communities; identity
maintained through group activities

The activity itself is rewarding Maslow's Hierarchy
of Human Needs expectancy x value = motivation ...What is it and
how do you give it?
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