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Psychology 101-Motivation & Emotion
instinct theory
incentive theory
the drive reduction theory
the arousal theory
(nature/innate) views biological or genetic programming as th…
(often nurtured/learned) behavior is motivated by a desire fo…
(arousal reduction) physiological need occurs that creates a…
(arousal seeking) physical environment can affect arousal lev…
instinct theory
(nature/innate) views biological or genetic programming as th…
incentive theory
(often nurtured/learned) behavior is motivated by a desire fo…
Psychology 101: 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…
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Psychology 101: 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…
Psychology 101: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Need
Drive
Response
From the word Movere meaning to move. Refers to internal proc…
An internal deficiency that may energize behavior.
The psychological expression of internal needs or valued goals.
Any action, glandular activity, or other identifiable behavior.
Motivation
From the word Movere meaning to move. Refers to internal proc…
Need
An internal deficiency that may energize behavior.
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Psychology 101: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Need
Drive
Response
From the word Movere meaning to move. Refers to internal proc…
An internal deficiency that may energize behavior.
The psychological expression of internal needs or valued goals.
Any action, glandular activity, or other identifiable behavior.
Motivation
From the word Movere meaning to move. Refers to internal proc…
Need
An internal deficiency that may energize behavior.
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Psychology 101: Motivation and Emotions
Define Motivation and Emotion
Different Theories of Motivation
Define: Primary Drives... Secondary Driv…
Maslow's Hierarchy
Motivation- What gets you moving, gives you energy to do a be…
-Instinctual- Inborn patterns of behavior that are biological…
-Primary Drives- Hunger, thirst, sleepiness, sex. Homeostasis…
-Motivational needs are ordered, before higher needs are met,…
Define Motivation and Emotion
Motivation- What gets you moving, gives you energy to do a be…
Different Theories of Motivation
-Instinctual- Inborn patterns of behavior that are biological…
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Psychology 101-Chapter 8: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Intrinsic Motivation
Extrinsic Motivation
Homeostasis
The process that energizes and/or maintains a behavior.
The motivation or desire to do something based on the enjoyme…
The desire or push to perform a certain behavior based on the…
The tendency of the body (and the mind) to naturally gravitat…
Motivation
The process that energizes and/or maintains a behavior.
Intrinsic Motivation
The motivation or desire to do something based on the enjoyme…
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Psychology 101 // chapter 9 (Motivation & Emotion)
Motivation
Extrinsic motivation
Instincts
Instinct approach
the process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
type of motivation in which a person performs an action becau…
the biologically determined and innate patterns of behavior t…
approach to motivation that assumes people are governed by in…
Motivation
the process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
Extrinsic motivation
type of motivation in which a person performs an action becau…
Psychology 101 Chapter 9: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Need
Need Hierarchy
Factors that Motivate Our Behaviors
Factors of differing strength that energize direct, and susta…
A state of biological or social deficiency.
An arrangement of needs, in which basic survival needs must b…
Satisfaction of needs, Drive Reduction, Incentives, Optimal l…
Motivation
Factors of differing strength that energize direct, and susta…
Need
A state of biological or social deficiency.
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Psychology 101 Final Vocab (Biological, Emotion & Motivation)
Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Neurons
A network of billions of cells in the brain and the body, res…
The part of the nervous system that consists of the brain and…
The part of the nervous system that enables nerves to connect…
the basic units of the nervous system receive, integrate, and…
Nervous System
A network of billions of cells in the brain and the body, res…
Central Nervous System
The part of the nervous system that consists of the brain and…
Psychology 101: Chapter 7 Emotion and Motivation
Emotion
Basic emotion
Facial feedback hypothesis
Misattribution of arousal
A psychological state with four components: 1.) a positive or…
An innate emotion that is shared by all humans.
The idea that emotions arise partly as a result of the positi…
The failure to interpret signs of bodily arousal correctly wh…
Emotion
A psychological state with four components: 1.) a positive or…
Basic emotion
An innate emotion that is shared by all humans.
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Psychology 101 Chapter 10: Emotion and Motivation
Facial Feedback Theory
Lazarus Theory
Schachter-Singer Theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
Emotion is the experience of changes in our facial muscles
A thought must come before any emotion or arousal; Event ----…
Psychological arousal occurs first, but there must be a reaso…
States that in response to an event, arousal and emotion are…
Facial Feedback Theory
Emotion is the experience of changes in our facial muscles
Lazarus Theory
A thought must come before any emotion or arousal; Event ----…
Psychology 101 Ch 10~ Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Drive
Drive Theory
Hull
Goal-directed behavior
internal state of tension motivating one to reduce tension
"push" theory, something internally drives us complete a task…
Drive to maintain homeostasis
Motivation
Goal-directed behavior
Drive
internal state of tension motivating one to reduce tension
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Psychology 101 : Chapter 10 : Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Motivated behavior
Theories of Motivation
Evolutionary Approach
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the…
Energized, directed, and sustained.
- Evolutionary Approach... - Drive Reduction Theory... - Optimum Ar…
Instincts - innate(unlearned) patterns of behavior... Freud (…
Motivation
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the…
Motivated behavior
Energized, directed, and sustained.
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Psychology 101: Chapter 10 - Motivation and Emotion
10-1; Motivation - Forces that push an…
Motivation
Need
Drive
...
Internal processes that initiate, sustain, direct, and termin…
An internal deficiency that may energize behavior
The psychological expression of internal needs or valued goal…
10-1; Motivation - Forces that push an…
...
Motivation
Internal processes that initiate, sustain, direct, and termin…
Psychology 101 - Mechanisms of Motivation and Emotion (Chap 6)
Behavioral states
Motivation state/drive
Motivation
Incentives
Changing components of the mind -... motivation, emotion arousal
*Internal conditions that orient an individual towards a spec…
Causes of behavior
Sought after objects or ends that exist in the environment…
Behavioral states
Changing components of the mind -... motivation, emotion arousal
Motivation state/drive
*Internal conditions that orient an individual towards a spec…
AP Psychology-Motivation and Emotion
sources of motivation
motivation
Instinct Theory
drive-reduction theory
biological factors, emotional factors, cognitive factors, soc…
need or desire that energizes a behavior and directs it towar…
complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a speci…
idea that physiological need creates an aroused state that dr…
sources of motivation
biological factors, emotional factors, cognitive factors, soc…
motivation
need or desire that energizes a behavior and directs it towar…
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Psychology 101 chapter 10 motivation and emotion
Wanting and doing
Motivation
Motivation, internal condition
Evolutionary theory
Satisfaction, wants, behaviour
Any condition that initiates, activates, or maintains an orga…
Inner state that energizer and directs us and keeps us moving…
Claims human behaviour is motivated by instincts; maximize re…
Wanting and doing
Satisfaction, wants, behaviour
Motivation
Any condition that initiates, activates, or maintains an orga…
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Psychology 101-Ch.9: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Instinct
Drive
Need
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the wa…
An innate (unlearned) biological pattern of behavior that is…
An aroused state that occurs because of a physiological need.
A deprivation that energizes the drive to eliminate or reduce…
Motivation
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the wa…
Instinct
An innate (unlearned) biological pattern of behavior that is…
Psychology 101 Chapter 8: Emotion/Motivation
Can we observe emotions?
What is the point of emotions?
old notion of emotions
Similarities in "emotion" definition
No, we can only infer them from reactions and situations
emotions are functional (useful)in the evolutionary sense
emotions are disruptive and dangerous
each emotion is a reaction to an external stimulus... happy "ab…
Can we observe emotions?
No, we can only infer them from reactions and situations
What is the point of emotions?
emotions are functional (useful)in the evolutionary sense
Psychology: Emotion and Motivation
Emotion
James-Lange Theory
Canon-Bard Theory
Sensation Seekers
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
The counter-proposal that an emotional feeling and an interna…
In Zuckerman's theory, individuals who have a biological need…
Emotion
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
James-Lange Theory
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
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Psychology 101 Chapter 11: Emotion and Motivation
Emotion
Discrete emotions theory
Primary emotions
Display rules
Mental state or feeling associated with our evaluation of our…
Theory that humans experience a small number of distinct emot…
Small number (perhaps 7) of emotions believed by some theoris…
Cross-cultural guidelines for how and when to express emotions
Emotion
Mental state or feeling associated with our evaluation of our…
Discrete emotions theory
Theory that humans experience a small number of distinct emot…
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Psychology 101 : Chapter 10 : Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Motivated behavior
Theories of Motivation
Evolutionary Approach
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the…
Energized, directed, and sustained.
- Evolutionary Approach... - Drive Reduction Theory... - Optimum Ar…
Instincts - innate(unlearned) patterns of behavior... Freud (…
Motivation
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the…
Motivated behavior
Energized, directed, and sustained.
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Psychology 101-Ch.9: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Instinct
Drive
Need
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the wa…
An innate (unlearned) biological pattern of behavior that is…
An aroused state that occurs because of a physiological need.
A deprivation that energizes the drive to eliminate or reduce…
Motivation
The force that moves people to behave, think, and feel the wa…
Instinct
An innate (unlearned) biological pattern of behavior that is…
PSYC 101 Emotion & Motivation
emotion
universality hypothesis
primary emotions
secondary emotions
a state of arousal involving facial and bodily changes, brain…
emotional expressions have the same meaning for everyone
considered universal and biologically based... (fear, anger, s…
develop with cognitive maturity and vary across individuals…
emotion
a state of arousal involving facial and bodily changes, brain…
universality hypothesis
emotional expressions have the same meaning for everyone
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Psychology 101 Chapter 10: Emotion and Motivation
Facial Feedback Theory
Lazarus Theory
Schachter-Singer Theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
Emotion is the experience of changes in our facial muscles
A thought must come before any emotion or arousal; Event ----…
Psychological arousal occurs first, but there must be a reaso…
States that in response to an event, arousal and emotion are…
Facial Feedback Theory
Emotion is the experience of changes in our facial muscles
Lazarus Theory
A thought must come before any emotion or arousal; Event ----…
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Motivation and Emotion: Psych 101
Motivation
Instinct Theory
Drive Theory
Homeostasis
a process that influences the direction, persistence, and vig…
an inherited characteristic that automatically produced a par…
When something is out of homeostasis, instinct will drive the…
the body's need to reach and maintain a certain state of equi…
Motivation
a process that influences the direction, persistence, and vig…
Instinct Theory
an inherited characteristic that automatically produced a par…
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Psychology 101 Final Exam: Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Motives
5 sources of behavior/motivation
Physiological Factors
gives behavior the energy and persistence it needs
building blocks of motivation
physiological, needs, cognitive, emotional, social/environmen…
Hormones
Motivation
gives behavior the energy and persistence it needs
Motives
building blocks of motivation
Psychology: Motivation & Emotion
Emotion
Display Rules
Lateralization of Emotion
James-Lange Theory
Interaction of psychological arousal, subjective feelings, co…
Permissible ways of displaying emotion in a particular society
Different influences of the two brain hemispheres on various…
Proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a physic…
Emotion
Interaction of psychological arousal, subjective feelings, co…
Display Rules
Permissible ways of displaying emotion in a particular society
Psychological 101 Interim Ch 9 (Motivation and Emotion)
Motivation
Extrinstic Motivation
Intrinstic Motivation
Instinct Approach
The process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
When a person performs an action because it leads to an outco…
When a person performs an action because the act itself os re…
Motivation that assumes people are governed by instincts simi…
Motivation
The process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
Extrinstic Motivation
When a person performs an action because it leads to an outco…
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Psych 101 emotion and motivation, stress, psychological disorders
milgram study
systematic persuasion
heuristic persuasion
attribution theory
obedience is highest when there is an authority figure presen…
appeals to reason/logic, lay out the facts, objective, has ev…
appeals to emotion or habits, fails critical thinking
you can influence another person's behavior
milgram study
obedience is highest when there is an authority figure presen…
systematic persuasion
appeals to reason/logic, lay out the facts, objective, has ev…
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AP Psychology-Motivation and Emotion
sources of motivation
motivation
Instinct Theory
drive-reduction theory
biological factors, emotional factors, cognitive factors, soc…
need or desire that energizes a behavior and directs it towar…
complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a speci…
idea that physiological need creates an aroused state that dr…
sources of motivation
biological factors, emotional factors, cognitive factors, soc…
motivation
need or desire that energizes a behavior and directs it towar…
25 terms
Psychology: Emotion and Motivation
Emotion
James-Lange Theory
Canon-Bard Theory
Sensation Seekers
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
The counter-proposal that an emotional feeling and an interna…
In Zuckerman's theory, individuals who have a biological need…
Emotion
A four-part process that involves physiological arousal, subj…
James-Lange Theory
The proposal that an emotion-provoking stimulus produces a ph…
50 terms
PSYC101 Emotion and Motivation
emotion
primary emotions
secondary emotions
Facial feedback
a state of arousal involving facial and bodily changes, brain…
considered universal and biologically based; fear, anger, sad…
develop with cognitive maturity and vary across individuals a…
Facial muscles send messages to the brain about the basic emo…
emotion
a state of arousal involving facial and bodily changes, brain…
primary emotions
considered universal and biologically based; fear, anger, sad…
motivation and emotion psychology
motivation
instinct
instinct theory
drive
factors that energize/direct/sustain behavior
innate behavior in response to certain stimuli... *instinct theory
certain behaviors are innate and due to evolutionary programm…
state that, by creating arousal, motivates organisms to satis…
motivation
factors that energize/direct/sustain behavior
instinct
innate behavior in response to certain stimuli... *instinct theory
AP Psychology: Motivation and Emotion
motivation
extrinsic motivation
intrinsic motivation
instincts
the process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
type of motivation in which a person performs an action becau…
type of motivation in which a person performs an action becau…
the biologically determined and innate patterns of behavior t…
motivation
the process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
extrinsic motivation
type of motivation in which a person performs an action becau…
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Psychology 101 Chapter 7: The Feeling Mind - Motivation and Emotion
How are motivation and emotion related?
emotion
motivation
homeostasis
Motivation and emotion are tightly related processes that sha…
A combination of arousal, physical sensations, and subjective…
A process that arouses, maintains, and guides behavior toward…
A steady internal balance, or equilibrium.... Ex: We are motivat…
How are motivation and emotion related?
Motivation and emotion are tightly related processes that sha…
emotion
A combination of arousal, physical sensations, and subjective…
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…
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…
106 terms
PSY 101 Motivation and Emotion
Motivation
Emotion
Drive
Instinct Theory
A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
our feelings - composed of a four part process... physiological…
an internal aroused condition that directs an organism to sat…
supported by evolutionary psychology, posits that the learnin…
Motivation
A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
Emotion
our feelings - composed of a four part process... physiological…
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…
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…
32 terms
Psych 101: Motivation & Emotion
motivation
Aron Ralston example
instinct/evolution theory
drive-reduction theory
a need or desire that energizes behavior and directs it towar…
extreme motivation; motivated by a will to live, vision of th…
we are preprogrammed to behave in a certain way; instincts --…
we are driven to satisfy needs; to survive, an organism needs…
motivation
a need or desire that energizes behavior and directs it towar…
Aron Ralston example
extreme motivation; motivated by a will to live, vision of th…
PSY 101: Motivation & Emotion
Cannon-Bard Theory
Drive Reduction Theory
Set Point
James Lange Theory
emotion-arousing stimulus simultaneously triggers, physiologi…
physiological need creates an aroused tension state that moti…
when 'weight thermostat' is set; if below, increases hunger a…
experience of emotion is awareness of physiological responses…
Cannon-Bard Theory
emotion-arousing stimulus simultaneously triggers, physiologi…
Drive Reduction Theory
physiological need creates an aroused tension state that moti…
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psyc101: Emotion and motivation
Emotion is a relatively ---- state tha…
according to ---- ---- theory people e…
discrete emotion theorists belive emot…
one of the first researchers to study…
brief, physiological, subjective and behavioural
discrete emotions
evolutionary functions
Charles Darwin
Emotion is a relatively ---- state tha…
brief, physiological, subjective and behavioural
according to ---- ---- theory people e…
discrete emotions
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#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…
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…
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…
28 terms
Psychology - Motivation & Emotion
motivation
instincts
need
drive
the process that arouses, directs, and maintains behavior
unlearned, complex patterns of behavior that occur in the pre…
a lack or shortage of some biological essential that is requi…
a state of tension, arousal, or activation resulting from an…
motivation
the process that arouses, directs, and maintains behavior
instincts
unlearned, complex patterns of behavior that occur in the pre…
50 terms
PSYC101 Emotion and Motivation
emotion
primary emotions
secondary emotions
Facial feedback
a state of arousal involving facial and bodily changes, brain…
considered universal and biologically based; fear, anger, sad…
develop with cognitive maturity and vary across individuals a…
Facial muscles send messages to the brain about the basic emo…
emotion
a state of arousal involving facial and bodily changes, brain…
primary emotions
considered universal and biologically based; fear, anger, sad…
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