Motivation and Emotion

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Motivation: Why do we DO anything? Motivation = needs, wants, interests, and desires that lead to behavior Intrinsic Motivation : internal factors (think hobbies; doing something for the fun of it; morality) Extrinsic motivation external factors (rewards and punishment) Briefcase full of money example
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Drive Reduction Theory of Motivation Need - state of deprivation Drive – aroused state of tension that arises from a need Drive-reduction theory Physiological need E tension & motivation ± need satisfaction
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Drive Reduction Theory of Motivation Primary drives (biological; like hunger and thirst) Acquired (secondary) drives (like social motives) Homeostasis = state of equilibrium or stability
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Three Types of Needs Need for achievement (nAch) Need for affiliation (nAff) Need for power (nPow)
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Arousal Approach to Motivation Stimulus motive Arousal theory
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