11_Motivation

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/14/10 Psychology 27200 Introduction to I/O psychology Instructor: Dr. Woo 11
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12/14/10 Motivation Remember Campbell’s model Direct determinants of performance include 1. Declarative Knowledge 2. 3. Motivation We have spent a lot of time talking about the determinant (i.e. intelligence, 22
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12/14/10 Fundamental Idea in Work Performance = f (Motivation x Ability) – Situational Constraints 33
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12/14/10 What is motivation? Three choices…. Direction, intensity, and persistence Conditions responsible for variations in intensity, persistence, quality, and direction of ongoing behavior A brief review from I/O history 44
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12/14/10 What is motivation? Metaphors “Person-as-machine” Deterministic system responding to our environments “Person-as-godlike” Volitional system (able to make _______ choices) 55
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12/14/10 OUTLINE: Motivation Mechanical Theories Reinforcement Needs – Maslow, Herzberg Person-as-Godlike/Scientist Expectancy Theory Equity Theory Person-as-Intentional 66
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The Early Conceptions Reinforcement theories
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