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Unformatted text preview: Notes 3/4/08 Professor G. Johnson Psychology 2306 I) Intelligence a. Linguistic b. Musical c. Logical-mathematical d. Spatial e. Bodily-kinesthetic f. Interpersonal g. Intrapersonal h. Naturalist i. We are all born with intelligent potential but we need to have a good learning-conducive environment. II) Chapter 8 Motivation and Emotion (maslows hierarchy of needs, important to learn this) a. Motivation and Emotion i. Motivation the biological, emotional, cognitive, or social forces that act on or within you, initiatin and directing your behavior. ii. Activation iii. Persistence iv. Intensity b. Motivational Concepts and Theories i. Instinct Theories ii. Drive Theories iii. Incentive Motivation iv. Arousal Theory v. Humanistic Theory c. Biological Motivation Hunger and Eating i. Energy Homeostasis 1. Positive Versus Negative Energy Balance ii. Short-Term Signals That Regulate Eating...
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- Spring '08