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The video starts off with talking about a man stuck between a cliff and he got out of it by seeing an image of himself holding his son and was motivated to saw his arm off and free himself. It then explained that motivation is the need or desire to do something, it then proceeded to talk abou the theories of motivation which were evolutionary perspective, drive reduction, optimal arousal, maslows hierarchy of needs. Next it says that before the theories instinct was what drove people and that it was wrong because the presence of tendency doesn’t always mean its supposed to be there. Next it started talking about evolution starting with Stephen jay gould about brain and how we were born with innate instincts like a dog shaking itself when wet to dry itself, and human babies know
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Unformatted text preview: how to suckle. Furthermore, it talked about how individual experience was very important for motivation and that a physiological need or drive simply compels us to reduce that need. Then it explains that not all needs are the same. Next it talks about sex being a big motivator, and that it is a need, food is also a motivation same for thirst. Everything starts in the brain, glucose is our bodies main source of energy the hypothalamus, hunger happends when the body is low on ghreline. After you eat your metabolism takes over converting that food into energy. Hunger is also shaped by psycology, culture, and mood. Humans and animals have a generic taste for sweets and fatty foods because they're high in energy, and other taste are condfditions are made through culture....
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