MOTIVATION - MOTIVATION & EMOTION Chapter 8 Definitions...

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Chapter 8 Definitions MOTIVE a specific need desire or want such as hunger, thirst, achievement, that prompts goal-oriented behaviors EMOTION feeling such as fear, joy or surprise that underlies behavior INSTINCTS in born, inflexible, goal-directed behavior that is characteristic of a species DRIVE state of tension or arousal brought on by biological needs DRIVE- REDUCTION THEORY motivated behavior is aimed at reducing a state of bodily tension or arousal and returning the body to homeostasis HOMEOSTASIS state of balance and stability in which organism functions effectively INCENTIVES external stimulus that prompts goal-directed behavior INTRINSIC MOTIVATION a desire to perform a behavior that originates within individual EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION desire to perform to obtain an external reward or avoid punishment PRIMARY DRIVES physiologically based unlearned motive such as hunger thirst, sex, common to all animals SET POINT a homeostatic mechanism in the body that regulates
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