Lecture 19- 101 - F10 - Emotion

Lecture 19- 101 - F10 - Emotion - Motivation II, Emotions...

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Motivation II, Emotions 20 – November 17, 2010
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Today Work motivation Theories of emotion Nonverbal expressions of emotion Happiness & self-esteem
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Motivation to work & achieve People appear to differ in their levels of striving for accomplishment and excellence, also different levels of competitiveness Most people require goals and deadlines
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Overcoming Procrastination Confidence and formulation of specific plans to meet goals are two useful tools in overcoming procrastination. Mere measurement effect: if one names an activity and estimates ones likelihood of engaging in that activity within a specific timeframe, one raises the chances of actually doing it.
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Figure 11.20 Figure 11.20 The conditions under which goals are most effective in motivating vigorous efforts.
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Achievement motivation does not end… There is no point of satiety People would be distressed if they had no goals to work towards
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Discrete Emotions Theory Discrete Emotions Theory Humans experience a small number of distinct emotions that can combine in complex ways Evolutionarily adaptive Emotional expressions may be the by- products of innate motor programs
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Lecture 19- 101 - F10 - Emotion - Motivation II, Emotions...

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