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Key  Motivation & Emotion  Terms (Lahey, 2009, Chapter 11) Primary Motives: Biological Needs Homeostasis: hunger, thirst Psychological Motives Stimulus Motivation: Novelty-  new or changed experiences Arousal & Performance: The Yerkes-Dodson Law (1908) o Role of task complexity & anxiety Achievement Motivation: approach vs. avoidance goals o Chart, success seeking or avoidance failure.  o Approach test- shown a picture and ask to tell a story, score it to  determine approach failure or avoid failure.  Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation o Motivation= consequences, extrinsic is an extra consequence to add to  situation to try to motivate you (ex. Raises, grades, plaques) ( ex. During  spin class, need motivation to keep going, so trainer very upbeat, music  playing) o Intrinsic- ex. Motivated to get on facebook during class, motivation from  oneself. Natural motivation o
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  • Fall '06
  • DMHarris
  • extrinsic motivation, key motivation, big prize, Stimulus Motivation, Overjustification Effect­ motivation, Intrinsic­ ex. Motivated

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