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42 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
emotion
display rules
lateralization of emotion
james lange theory
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
emotion
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
display rules
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
31 terms
AP psychology motivation and emotion
emotion
james lange theory
cannon bard theory
two factor theory
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
the counter proposal than an emotional feeling and an interna…
the proposal claiming that emotion resluts from the cognitive…
emotion
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
james lange theory
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
57 terms
#6 Motivation & Emotion (AP Psychology)
Instinct Theory
Drive Reduction Theory
Incentive Theory
Arousal Theory
- behaviors are due to evolutionary programming. ... -motivated…
-motivated by biological needs that have to be met in order t…
-motivated by some type of reward or external goals... -example…
-motivated to reach a certain level of stimulation (high or l…
Instinct Theory
- behaviors are due to evolutionary programming. ... -motivated…
Drive Reduction Theory
-motivated by biological needs that have to be met in order t…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
42 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
emotion
display rules
lateralization of emotion
james lange theory
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
emotion
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
display rules
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
32 terms
AP PSYCHOLOGY MOTIVATION & EMOTION
instinct
drive-reduction theory
homeostasis
incentive
and unlearned behavior that occurs throughout a species
a physiological need creates arousal that motivates an organi…
the maintenance of a steady internal state
a positive or negative stimuli that lures or repels us
instinct
and unlearned behavior that occurs throughout a species
drive-reduction theory
a physiological need creates arousal that motivates an organi…
57 terms
Psychology AP-Emotion & Motivation
James-Lang Theory
Cannon-Bard Therory
Singer-Schachter's Two-Factor Theory
Common Sense Theory
Experience of emotion is awareness of physiological responses…
Emotion-arousing stimuli simultaneously trigger physiological…
Biology and Cognition interact with each other to increase th…
When there is a stimulus, we experience the emotion right the…
James-Lang Theory
Experience of emotion is awareness of physiological responses…
Cannon-Bard Therory
Emotion-arousing stimuli simultaneously trigger physiological…
36 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
emotion
display rules
james lange theory
cannon bard theory
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
the counter proposal than an emotional feeling and an interna…
emotion
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
display rules
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
59 terms
AP Psychology - Emotion and Motivation
Emotion
Display Rules
Lateralization of Emotion
James-Lange Theory
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
The allowed ways of displaying emotions in a particular socie…
The left hemisphere apparently influences positive emotions,…
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
Emotion
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
Display Rules
The allowed ways of displaying emotions in a particular socie…
38 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Emotion
James-Lange Theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
Two-Factor Theory
a response of the whole organism, involving (1) physiological…
the theory that our experience of emotion is our awareness of…
the theory that an emotion-arousing stimulus simultaneously t…
the Schachter-Singer theory that to experience emotion one mu…
Emotion
a response of the whole organism, involving (1) physiological…
James-Lange Theory
the theory that our experience of emotion is our awareness of…
36 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation and Emotion
Motivations
Instincts
Drive reduction theory
Need
feelings or idea that cause us to act toward a goal
we are motivated by out inborn automatic behaviors (only expl…
cannot explain all out motivations. sometimes we are motivate…
something that arouses someone to act toward a goal
Motivations
feelings or idea that cause us to act toward a goal
Instincts
we are motivated by out inborn automatic behaviors (only expl…
30 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
Motivations
Instincts
Drive Reduction Theory
Primary Drives
Feelings or ideas that cause us to act toward a goal.
Automatic behaviors performed in response to specific stimuli…
States that our behavior is motivated by biological needs; A…
Biological needs (e.g., thirst); Drive reduction theory state…
Motivations
Feelings or ideas that cause us to act toward a goal.
Instincts
Automatic behaviors performed in response to specific stimuli…
49 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation and Emotion
motivation
instinct
drive reduction theory
homeostasis
a need or desire that energies and directs behavior
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
motivation
a need or desire that energies and directs behavior
instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
53 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
emotion
display rules
lateralization of emotion
james lange theory
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
emotion
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
display rules
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
43 terms
AP Psychology Motivation&Emotion
motivation
instinct
drive-reduction theory
homeostasis
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
motivation
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
56 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Primary Drives
Secondary Drives
Olds and Milner
A need or desire that serves to energize or direct behavior.
Basic needs like hunger, thirst, sleep, and the drive to repr…
Desires to obtain learned reinforcers like money.
The people who discovered an interaction between the brain an…
Motivation
A need or desire that serves to energize or direct behavior.
Primary Drives
Basic needs like hunger, thirst, sleep, and the drive to repr…
20 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
What is motivation?
What happened when Charles Darwin's th…
What do ethologist researchers study?
How do psychologists disagree with eth…
•‌Motivations are feelings or ideas that cause us to act towa…
•‌when Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection was publi…
‌•Many ethologists, researchers who study animal behavior in…
‌•While psychologist debate whether humans are born with any…
What is motivation?
•‌Motivations are feelings or ideas that cause us to act towa…
What happened when Charles Darwin's th…
•‌when Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection was publi…
50 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation, Emotion, and Stress
Motivation
Instinct
Drive-reduction theory
Homeostasis
A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior.
A complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
The idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
Motivation
A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior.
Instinct
A complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
44 terms
Motivation & Emotion AP Psychology
Motivation
Instincts
Drive Reduction Theory
Need... Drive
the reason people act or behave a certain way
innate behavior or the inherent inclination of people towards…
Biological Requirements that people have. Fill the drive by m…
Something that is needed by the body... internal state of tensio…
Motivation
the reason people act or behave a certain way
Instincts
innate behavior or the inherent inclination of people towards…
57 terms
#6 Motivation & Emotion (AP Psychology)
Instinct Theory
Drive Reduction Theory
Incentive Theory
Arousal Theory
- behaviors are due to evolutionary programming. ... -motivated…
-motivated by biological needs that have to be met in order t…
-motivated by some type of reward or external goals... -example…
-motivated to reach a certain level of stimulation (high or l…
Instinct Theory
- behaviors are due to evolutionary programming. ... -motivated…
Drive Reduction Theory
-motivated by biological needs that have to be met in order t…
57 terms
#6 Motivation & Emotion (AP Psychology)
Instinct Theory
Drive Reduction Theory
Incentive Theory
Arousal Theory
- behaviors are due to evolutionary programming. ... -motivated…
-motivated by biological needs that have to be met in order t…
-motivated by some type of reward or external goals... -example…
-motivated to reach a certain level of stimulation (high or l…
Instinct Theory
- behaviors are due to evolutionary programming. ... -motivated…
Drive Reduction Theory
-motivated by biological needs that have to be met in order t…
38 terms
AP Psychology Unit 8 - Motivation and Emotion
Emotion
James-Lange Theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
Two-Factor Theory
a response of the whole organism, involving (1) physiological…
the theory that our experience of emotion is our awareness of…
the theory that an emotion-arousing stimulus simultaneously t…
the Schachter-Singer theory that to experience emotion one mu…
Emotion
a response of the whole organism, involving (1) physiological…
James-Lange Theory
the theory that our experience of emotion is our awareness of…
22 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instincts
Drive
specific need or desire that prompts goal-directed behavior (…
feeling that underlies behavior (fear, joy, or surprise)
inborn, goal-directed behavior that is characteristic of an e…
a state of tension or arousal caused by bodily needs
Motive
specific need or desire that prompts goal-directed behavior (…
Emotion
feeling that underlies behavior (fear, joy, or surprise)
56 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Primary Drives
Secondary Drives
Olds and Milner
A need or desire that serves to energize or direct behavior.
Basic needs like hunger, thirst, sleep, and the drive to repr…
Desires to obtain learned reinforcers like money.
The people who discovered an interaction between the brain an…
Motivation
A need or desire that serves to energize or direct behavior.
Primary Drives
Basic needs like hunger, thirst, sleep, and the drive to repr…
71 terms
AP Psychology- Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Instinct
Instinct theory
Arousal theory
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
learning of species-specific behavior motivates organisms to…
states that there is an optimum level of arousal (alertness a…
Motivation
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
Instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
95 terms
AP Psychology (Motivation and Emotion)
Test Anxiety
Bulimia Nervosa
OCD
Alfred Kinsey
a combination of physiological, emotional, and cognitive comp…
an eating disorder characterized by episodes of overeating, u…
repetive behaviors, mental attacks, behaviors, preventing, re…
College professor at Indiana University, Bloomington, author…
Test Anxiety
a combination of physiological, emotional, and cognitive comp…
Bulimia Nervosa
an eating disorder characterized by episodes of overeating, u…
31 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Motivations
Instincts
Drive Reduction Theory
Need
the desire and action towards goal-directed behavior
a behavior that is genetically programmed into an entire spec…
some physiological need (need for water) occurs that creates…
a state of deprivation that emerges within the body
Motivations
the desire and action towards goal-directed behavior
Instincts
a behavior that is genetically programmed into an entire spec…
34 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motivation
Evolution/Instinct Theory
Drive Reduction Theory
Cognitive Dissonance
why we do what we do and what drives us to do it
automatic involuntary behavior pattern that is triggered by p…
motivation arising from an inbalance in homeostasis and our n…
thoughts and actions don't line up (ingredients in hot dogs a…
Motivation
why we do what we do and what drives us to do it
Evolution/Instinct Theory
automatic involuntary behavior pattern that is triggered by p…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
52 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
37 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Intervening Variable
Instinct Theory
Drive Reduction Theory
Reason or urpose for a behavior
Looks at relationship between environment and individual; Wha…
Behavior is Unlearned/Inborn; Not as accepted in human behavior
Focuses on biological imbalance in homeostasis which causes a…
Motive
Reason or urpose for a behavior
Intervening Variable
Looks at relationship between environment and individual; Wha…
39 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
55 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Simon LeVay
Abraham Maslow
William Masters + Virginia Johnson
Philip Bard + Walter Cannon
found that cell clusters in the hypothalamus of homosexuals w…
(1908-1970) humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarch…
Biological happenings of sexual intercourse
Created the Cannon-Bard theory
Simon LeVay
found that cell clusters in the hypothalamus of homosexuals w…
Abraham Maslow
(1908-1970) humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarch…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
38 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Instincts
Drive Reduction Theory
Incentive Theory
Arousal Theory (Yerkes-Dodson Law)
complex and inherited behavior patterns characteristics of a…
accounts for primary motives such as food, water, pain, and sex
primary motives push us to satisfy our biological needs
we usually perform best when we are moderately aroused... -Diffi…
Instincts
complex and inherited behavior patterns characteristics of a…
Drive Reduction Theory
accounts for primary motives such as food, water, pain, and sex
48 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation and Emotion
motivation
instinct
drive reduction theory
homeostasis
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
motivation
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Instinct
Homeostasis
Hierarchy of Needs
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
Maslow's pyramid of human needs, beginning at the base with p…
Motivation
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
Instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
32 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation & Emotion
primary drive
secondary drive
instinct theory
arousal theory
hunger, thirst, sleep, sexual desire
desire to obtain learned reinforcers such as money
we are motivated by our inborn, automated behaviors
there is an optimum level of arousal at which our performance…
primary drive
hunger, thirst, sleep, sexual desire
secondary drive
desire to obtain learned reinforcers such as money
54 terms
AP Psychology - Motivation and Emotion
Motivations (Definition)
Instincts
Charles Darwin theory of motivation
Drive Reduction Theory
Feelings/ideas that make us act towards a goal
Automatic behaviours in response to specific stimuli
Role evolution plays in human thought and behaviour/ advantag…
Behaviour is motivated by BIOLOGICAL NEDS. [but Cannot explai…
Motivations (Definition)
Feelings/ideas that make us act towards a goal
Instincts
Automatic behaviours in response to specific stimuli
33 terms
AP Psychology: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Instincts
Drive Reduction Theory
Need
Feelings or ideas that cause us to act toward a goal.
Inborn patterns of behavior that are biologically determined…
Idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension sta…
A requirement for survival.
Motivation
Feelings or ideas that cause us to act toward a goal.
Instincts
Inborn patterns of behavior that are biologically determined…
84 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
40 terms
AP Psychology Motivation & Emotion
Motive
Emotion
Instinct
Drive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
specific, inborn behavior patterns characteristic of an entir…
state of arousal/tension that motivates behaviors; ex. Hunger…
Motive
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
Emotion
experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and…
29 terms
AP Psychology-Motivation/emotion
Instinct
Drive-reduction theory
Homeostasis
Incentives
A complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
The idea they physiological need creates an aroused tension s…
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
A positive or negative environmental stimulus that motivates…
Instinct
A complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
Drive-reduction theory
The idea they physiological need creates an aroused tension s…
26 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
motivation
instinct theory
drive reduction theory
Clark Hull
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
physical and mental instincts such as curiosity and fearfulne…
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
1884-1952; Field: motivation; Contributions: maintains that t…
motivation
inner directing force; specific need or desire; arouses indiv…
instinct theory
physical and mental instincts such as curiosity and fearfulne…
30 terms
AP PSYCHOLOGY- Emotion & Motivation
motivations
incentives
drive reduction theory
Arousal Theory
feelings or ideas that causes use to act towards a goal
rewards for learning
behavior is motivated by biological needs (food/water); a dri…
we seek an optimum level of arousal, different tasks have dif…
motivations
feelings or ideas that causes use to act towards a goal
incentives
rewards for learning
25 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
instinct theory
drive reduction theory
incentive theory
arousal theory
physical and mental instincts such as curiosity and fearfulne…
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
A theory of motivation stating that behavior is directed towa…
The theory stating that we are motivated by our innate desire…
instinct theory
physical and mental instincts such as curiosity and fearfulne…
drive reduction theory
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
42 terms
AP Psychology Motivation and Emotion
emotion
display rules
lateralization of emotion
james lange theory
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
the proposal that an emotion provoking stimulus produces a ph…
emotion
a four part process that involves psychological arousal, subj…
display rules
the permissible ways of displaying emotions in a particular s…
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