Haiku 4 - Psychology 327 Dr Ladd Haiku 4 Intrinsic power Social identities Meaning and value This Haiku shows that intrinsic influences will

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Psychology 327 Dr. Ladd Haiku 4 Intrinsic power Social identities Meaning and value This Haiku shows that intrinsic influences will overrun ones’ extrinsic motivation. This can easily be expressed in terms of joyful leisure time versus obligated work time. One is naturally guided to enjoy activities more if that person does such activities out of their own free will rather than the fading force of an extrinsic motive. Social identities are decided by what one does in their free time. Their free time is guided by ones’ intrinsic motives which one derives from his or her influences. Meaning and Value are part of every organisms place in the environment, but when one talks of social meaning and value it is the intrinsic motives that will stand out. These are the motives that will encourage one to volunteer and do other activities in which they believe will give their life a unique and special meaning and value. Playing morally
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 327 taught by Professor Dr.ladd during the Spring '08 term at Indiana University South Bend.

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Haiku 4 - Psychology 327 Dr Ladd Haiku 4 Intrinsic power Social identities Meaning and value This Haiku shows that intrinsic influences will

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