Lecture 3-05-08 (CH 8)

Lecture 3-05-08 (CH 8) - Chapter 8: Motivation The factors...

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Safety and security Needs Physical Emotional Physiological Needs Self Actualization Love and Belonging Needs Self-esteem Needs Deficiency needs Chapter 8: Motivation The factors that direct and energize behavior Motives that underlie behavior Cognitive Approach Motivation is a result of people’s thoughts and goals Intrinsic cognitive motivation Causes us to participate in an activity for our own personal betterment Extrinsic cognitive motivation Causes us to do something for some concrete, tangible reward Humanistic School Hierarchy of Needs Theory Developed by Abraham Maslow We each have levels of needs Lower needs must be filled first – then higher Motivation at any given moment is result of current need level Maslow’s Hierarchy The Motivation Behind Hunger and Eating Obesity Body weight that is more than 20% above the average weight for a person of a given height Eating Disorders Anorexia nervosa A severe eating disorder where one starves oneself – possibly to death.
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