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Group 6Q1. Explain clearly intrinsic reward and extrinsic reward.
Group 3Q2. Explain the following two content theories of motivation - Maslow hierarchy of Needs and AlderferERG Theory.1
Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory proposes that humans are motivated by multipleneeds, existing in a hierarchical order. There are five basic human needs which are physiologicalneeds, safety needs, social needs, esteem needs and self-actualization needs.As we satisfy thesebasic needs, we start looking to satisfy higher order needs. In other words, once a lower level need issatisfied, it no longer serves as a motivator.The most basic of Maslow’s needs arephysiological needs. Physiological needs refer to theneed for food, water, and other biological needs. These needs are basic because when they arelacking, the search for them may overpower all other urges. Imagine being very hungry. At that point,all your behavior may be directed at finding food. Once you eat, though, the search for food ceasesand the promise of food no longer serves as a motivator. Once physiological needs are satisfied,people tend to become concerned aboutsafety needs. Are they free from the threat of danger, pain,or an uncertain future?On the next level up,social needsrefer to the need to bond with other human beings, beloved, and form lasting attachments with others. In fact, attachments, or lack of them, are associatedwith our health and well-being.The satisfaction of social needs makesesteem needsmore salient.

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