Tendancy of all organisms to correct imbalances and deviations from their normal state is know as.
Drive Reduction Theory
States that physiological needs drive an organism to act in either random or habitual ways until its need are satisfied.
Fear of Success
The motive to avoid success.
Feelings associated with decisions and activities.
Biologic drives including security, hunger, and sex drives.
Theory introduced by psychologist Cannon and Bard that attributed emotion to the simultaneous activity of brain and gut reactions.
Behavior that is part of ones biological inheritance.
Theory formulated by psychologist James and Lange that suggests that emotions are the perception of bodily changes.
Part of hypothalamus that produces hunger signals.
Inducement to direct one's energies toward achieving a goal that has aquired meaning.
Machine used to measure physiological changes, particularly in lie detection.
Includes the need to belong, give and recieve love, and the need to aquire esteem.
Top of Maslow's hierarchy of needs includes pursuit of knowledge and beauty, other needs are usually met first.
Opposite of Lateral Hypothalamus, produces feelings of fullness.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Hierarchy of needs, includes Psychological needs, Fundamental needs, and Self-Actualization needs.