Chapter 10 Lecture Diagrams - (Motivation & Emotion) 2009-2010

Chapter 10 Lecture Diagrams - (Motivation & Emotion) 2009-2010

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Chapter 10   OUTLINE                 Motivation and Emotion Theories of motivation Drive theory  Psychodynamic theory  Humanistic theory Biological Needs Sexual Motivation Theories of Emotion ~ Dr. Fazakas-DeHoog       [email protected]
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THEORIES OF MOTIVATION DRIVE THEORY
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Components of Personality motivate behavior …. PSYCHODYNAMIC PERSPECTIVE ……..   ID   instinctive impulses  EROS  - sexual  THANATOS  - aggressive     * Pleasure principle  EGO   mediates between id    and superego  “Ego strength” * Reality principle    SUPEREGO   morals   sense of right or wrong
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DEFICIENCY NEEDS  - physiological survival AND GROWTH NEEDS  - to develop our potential. THEORIES OF MOTIVATION
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THE REGULATION OF HUNGER & EATING
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The heritability of weight   Identical twins much more similar than fraternal FACTORS EFFECTING WEIGHT & APPETITE
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