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Maslow’s Hierarychy of Needs Published 1943, motivation 5 needs: -physilogical, safety, love, esteem, and self-actualization needs McClelland’s Theory of Acquired Needs Achievement, affiliation, power Affiliation- strong desire to be accepted by others Thematic apperception test –identifies needs of a person Maslow higher need, once its satisfied it activates the next lower level need in the hierarchy Mcclelland’s need theory, people with high needs for achievement prefer to work on low difficult task Herzberg Two-Factor Theory: Job satisfaction, label the factors motivators, motivators cause a person to move from a state of no satisfaction to satisfaction Job dissatisfaction, hygiene factors, no grievances if no hygiene factors No satisfaction and no dissatisfaction are opposites, satisfaction and dissatisfaction are NOT opposites Motivation-Goal Setting Theory Effective goals are difficult, specific rather than “do your best” Goal Setting theory is a process theory of motivation 10/18/2010
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