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Motivation - 2
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Motivation at Work Personnel psychology Organizational psychology
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Discovering and harnessing your strengths (p.501) What activities give you pleasure? What activities leave me wondering, “When can I do this again?” What so of challenges do I relish? What sorts of tasks do I learn easily?
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Organizational Psychology In groups of high IQ children, those who grow up to be the most successfully professionally were: More ambitious More energetic More persistent
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Leadership Task leadership Social leadership Personality Charisma Communication abilities Inspiration
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Motivation to Form Relationships Why do we have relationships? Rearing and social functioning Social deprivation Need to belong Relationships affecting health
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Attachment Promotes Relationship Development Motivational Base Positive expectations concerning relationships Basic sense of connectedness Belief that relationships will be rewarding Attitudinal Base Belief that one may elicit responses from others Expectations of mastery in the social world Instrumental Base Object mastery through support for exploration Capacity to enjoy play and discovery
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Attachment Promotes Relationship Development, cont’d Emotional Base Modulated arousal Self regulation of emotion Relational Base Positive expectations concerning reciprocity Empathic responsiveness derived from experiences of empathic care Social skills
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PSYC 001 taught by Professor Carlivati during the Fall '08 term at GWU.

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