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Ali Keys Module 9 Lesson 1 Vocabulary Drive-Reduction Theory focuses on how motivation originates from biological needs or drives. In this theory, Hull proposed a person's behaviour is an external display of his desire to satisfy his physical deficiencies. In his theory, Hull used the term drive to refer to the state of tension or arousal caused by biological or physiological needs. Thirst, hunger, and the need for warmth are all examples of drives Optimum Arousal Theory is about finding the right level of stimulation. This can be connected to the sensory cortex because this is the area that registers and processes sensations from stimulations. Task Leadership is a behavioral approach in which the leader focuses on the tasks that need to be performed in order to meet certain goals, or to achieve a certain performance standard. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs describes physiological needs as the first that must be satisfied before higher-level safety needs and then psychological needs become active. This is a bit like
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