Mar 19_Fri. - when he reached his goal he talk of how...

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Intro to Psych 19 Mar. 2010_Fri. Due:  26 Mar 2010_Fri. At least 1 page, double spaced, standard font Looking for: content, identify a need (personal), describe… - Identify a personal need …take it through the Motivational process listed below. -Describe and explain behaviors and mental processes that are activated b/c of this mental need. -Describe and explain those sustaining behaviors and mental processes -Identify the particular goal. -No needs discussed in text. -None related to family/friends -None related to school -None related to job -None related to $ -Example of a need for Kripsy Kreme donut, b/c of this behaviors and processes were activated to get that goal. -So he started sustaining these mental process and behaviors, he got dresses, drove, visualized this donut, and 
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Unformatted text preview: when he reached his goal, he talk of how wonderful it felt to satisfy his need to accomplish his goal. Use the word activate, sustained and mental processes KEEP IT SIMPLE! Motivation:-is a Process-(that) Activates behaviors & mental processes-Sustains them (mental processes)-(as it) Directs toward a particular goal Need: -Motive-Desire-Wish-Want Two Types of Needs: 1. Innate (Primary) Need-Inherent/Biological 2. Acquired (Secondary) Need-Learned-Social Needs-Affiliation, Power Motivation Theories: 1. Instinctual Theory 2. Reward/Pleasure Center 3. Incentive 4. Cognitive...
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 2201 taught by Professor Cochrane,l. during the Spring '10 term at SPSU.

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