GenPsy.Lec7.Motivation

GenPsy.Lec7.Motivation - t Associations with success...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style MOTIVATION Introduction to Psychology
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MOTIVATION I. Introduction a. Initiation b. Direction c. Intensity d. Ending
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Theories A.Instinct (Freud) -Eros and Thanatos B. Drive (Hull) -Primary and secondary C. Growth (Maslow) -Hierarchy of needs
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Achievement Motivation n A. Need achievement theory (McClelland) t Person Achieve success v. avoid failure t Situation Probability Value
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Achievement Motivation n B. Attribution theory t Causality (internal v. external) t Stability (stable v. unstable) t Controllability (in v. out of one’s control) Effects on emotion, motivation, expectations
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Achievement Motivation n C. Achievement goal theory u Outcome oriented goals u Task oriented goals
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Unformatted text preview: t Associations with success Development of Achievement Motivation n A. Three sequential stages u 1. autonomous competency (2-4 y/o) u 2. social comparison (5-12 y/o) u 3. integration (+12 y/o) Emotion n A. Basic human emotions u Izard v. Plutchik v. Tompkins Ekman’s 6 Universal Human Emotions n anger, fear, disgust, surprise, happiness, sadness Click to edit Master subtitle style T10_03 Emotion* n B. Theories t James-Lange • event—arousal—perception--emotion t Schacter-Singer • event—arousal—perception— – cognition------emotion Sexuality n A. Human sexual response cycle t Stages—desire, excitement, plateau, orgasm, resolution t Gender differences...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Sabin during the Spring '09 term at Saint Louis.

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GenPsy.Lec7.Motivation - t Associations with success...

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