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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 4: Motivational Aspects of Personality Motivational Aspects of Personality
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 4: Motivational Aspects of Personality Lecture contents Freud’s drive/instinct theory Hull’s Stimulus-Response theory Maslow’s hierarchy of needs What counts as evidence?
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 4: Motivational Aspects of Personality Motivation Concerned in this lecture with: Initial activation of movement Selection among behavioural alternatives (direction)
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 4: Motivational Aspects of Personality Sigmund Freud’s instinct/drive theory Instincts and drives Life (ego and sex) (libido) Death (aggression) (thanatos) Key Concepts Personality and behaviour are the result of interplay between the expression and inhibition of instincts. Instincts are universal, but forms of instinct expression and inhibition vary developmentally and situationally. Key Resource http://users.rcn.com/brill/freudarc.html
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 4: Motivational Aspects of Personality Clark Hull’s Stimulus-Response (S-R) Theory
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 202 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at North South University.

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