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  1. For high IM individuals, what is the critical discrepancy that gives rise to motivation (that is, what are the reference criterion and the input) and what compensatory BH would the individual perform.
  2. In Work Motivation what are the "can do" "will do", "allowed to do"?
  3. What standards guild the BH of an IM individual?
  4. For high EM individuals, what is the critical discrepancy that gives rise to motivation (that is, what are the reference criterion and the input) and what compensatory BH would the individual perform.
  5. In "Work Motivation/Goal setting theory what is the fundamental generalization
  1. a Personal standard/moral responsibility they feel. It is internalized and personally important nonprejudicial standard.If they fail to live up to it they feel guilty.It is intrinsic.
  2. b This individual would not be motivated to exhibit compensatory BH.Their morals are internalized.
  3. c As goal specificity and difficulty increase , goal related performance increases.
  4. d Critical discrepancy occurs when they feel that someone has seen passed their facade and they are "outed as prejudice". To compensate they would like make an obvious outward gesture to exhibit to others that "they aren't really prejudice" (lying of course). They feel threatened and respond with .....so called "proof".
  5. e Ability, Motivation, and Situational constraints

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Situational constraints: anything in the environment that might facilitate or retard behavior. Ability: regarded as fairly stable within each individual. Motivation: the final determinant of behavior.
  2. Reward contingencies enhance perceptions of autonomy and self-determination
  3. Changes with-in a reward system to accomodate over-activity....leads to elevations in the brains reward threshold WHICH THEN results in a decrease in reward functioning.
  4. Type 1: induced by stimuli paired with drug self-administration such as environmental cues. Type 2: due to a protracted negative emotional state following drug withdrawal.
  5. They already know they are not prejudice and feel no need to exhibit that internalized value to others.

5 True/False Questions

  1. In the discussion of Drug Addiction describe VERY BRIEFLY "liking" and "wanting".Brain system is sensitized and DO NO mediate LIKING: the pleasurable or euphoric effects of drugs.

          

  2. How does drug abuse develop according to Negative reinforcement interpretation?Taken because they are positively reinforcing and feel good.

          

  3. What is implicit prejudice?A "modern" kind of prejudice held by people who do not consider themselves prejudiced and who would find any accusation of being prejudiced aversive, BUT who nevertheless harbor some negative beliefs and hostile feelings toward members of minority groups.

          

  4. What is internal motivation to respond without prejudice (IM)?Personal standard a person feels they must live up to that influences both their public and private behaviors.

          

  5. What specific neural mechanisms developed to confer survival advantages?Feel a social pressure to comply with nonprejudicial social norms.External locus of control.Fail to live up to it they threatened.

          

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