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Unformatted text preview: Motivation I (Hunger, Expectancy & Goal-Setting) ASSIGNMENT a. Study text Chapter 10, pages 374-384, Appendix C (Work Motivation – pg. A-22/23) & Supplemental Reading in the Blackboard folder (Expectancy Theory & Goal- Setting Theory). b. Complete Concept Check 10.1 (pg 384). c. Review Questions: Chapter 10 practice test questions 1-3 (pg 415). d. Answer IPO 24. LESSON OBJECTIVES 24.1 Explain behavior in terms of selected theories of motivation. 24.2 Design a plan to motivate subordinates to accomplish desired behavior. 24.3 Explain the factors that regulate hunger and eating behavior. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES 24-1. Describe the basic concepts of motivation theories. a. Describe motivation in terms of drive theories. Drive is an internal state of tension that motivates an organism ro engage in activities that should reduce this tension b. Describe motivation in terms of incentive theories. Incentive is an external goal that has the capacity to motivate behavior c. Describe motivation in terms of evolutionary theories. Asserts that human motives and those of other species are the products of natural selection and natural selection favors behaviors that maximize reproductive success. d. Differentiate between biological and social motives. Biological motives originate in bodily needs, and social motives originate in social experiences....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PL 100 taught by Professor Meine during the Spring '08 term at West Point.
- Spring '08