11 - Motivation & Emotion0

11 - Motivation & Emotion0 - motivation Internal...

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Motivation GOALS Understand that motivation differs from learning because it is an internal influence on behavior Be able to predict a situation that will produce “optimal performance” based on Yerkes-Dodson Understand what behavior would be predicted by: Instinct/Drive theory Arousal theory Expectancy theory Know how extrinsic motivation can counteract intrinsic motivation Know what type of tasks people with high achievement motivation like
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Motivation Internal processes that activate, guide, and maintain behavior Learning = Motivation = Several theories of motivation Instinct theory : Drive theory : Arousal theory : Yerkes-Dodson Law
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Performance Level of Arousal Yerkes-Dodson Law
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Motivation Behavior based on expectations about impact on present and future Might resist short-term needs to get long-term gains Intrinsic (internal) vs. Extrinsic (external) Intrinsic motivation often works better Extrinsic motivation can undermine intrinsic
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Unformatted text preview: motivation Internal achievement motivation Emotion GOALS Know how facial expressions might impact brains perception of emotion Understand that cultures differ in whether it is appropriate to display emotions, but not in how emotion are displayed on the face Be able to match emotion theories with examples, based on the order in which events, cognitions, physiological reactions, and emotions occur Emotion Affect Basic emotions Facial expression Universal? Cultural differences? Feedback to brain Human Experience Physiology Emotion Cognition Behavior Emotion Theories Cannon-Bard James-Lange Event Emotion Physiological Cognitive Event Emotion Physiological Event Emotion Physiological Common Sense view Cognitive Theory Schachter & Singer Two-Factor Theory Event Event Physiological External Cues Emotion Cognition Emotion Emotion Theories...
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