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 2/4/11 Today’s topics Introduction to Motivation Hunger
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/4/11 Module 36:   introduction to  motivation
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 2/4/11 motivation Instincts and Evolutionary Psychology Drives and Incentives Optimum Arousal
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 2/4/11 What is motivation? A need or desire that  energizes and directs  behavior Four theories: Instinct theory (Evolutionary  perspective) Drive-reduction theory Arousal theory Hierarchy of needs
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 2/4/11 Instincts and evolutionary  psychology
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 2/4/11 instinct A complex behavior  that is rigidly patterned  throughout a species  and is unlearned Newly hatched ducks  form attachments with  first moving object they  see Human behavior is  directed by needs and 
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 2/4/11 Instinct theory Fails to explain human  motives BUT…genes do  predispose us to  engage in species  typical behavior Evolution on phobias Helping behaviors Romantic attractions
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 2/4/11 Drives and incentives
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 2/4/11 Drive-reduction theory The idea that a  physiological need  creates an aroused 
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