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Theories of Motivation Theories of Emotion Vocabulary Hunger Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic
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What is instinct theory?
Theory that has faded into the background. Guided by instincts.
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What is fight or flight?
Natural instinct that causes physical changes in the body in order to confront a perceived threat.
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What is motivation?
A force that drives your behavior and feelings.
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What is insulin?
Hormone involved in regulating glucose in the blood.
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What is an incentive?
Something that motivates you to do it.
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What is drive-reduction theory?
Theory that states that behavior is driven by the need to reach equilibrium.
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What is James-Lange theory?
Stimulus causes a reaction in the body which causes the emotion.
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What is set point?
Stable weight that is consistent regardless of efforts to change it.
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What is leptin?
Hormone responsible for communicating with fat cells in body.
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What is extrinsic motivation?
Doing something driven by forces that are external.
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What is Maslow's hierarchy of needs?
Basis of needs
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What is Cannon-Bard theory?
The stimuli causes body changes and emotions to occur at the same time.
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What are display rules?
Society's viewpoint on how, when, where an emotion should be expressed.
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What is obesity?
Effect if the ventromedial hypothalamus were to be damaged or destroyed?
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What is intrinsic motivation?
Reading because one wants to read.
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What is arousal theory?
Theory that satiates the need for change.
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What is Schachter-Singer theory?
Emotion results from arousal and recognizing the stimulus as threatening.
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What is the need of achievement?
Initiative one has to reach a goal.
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What is 35-40%?
Statistics on American obesity.
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What is extrinsic motivation?
Getting paid for working overtime.
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What is self determination theory?
Theory that suggests we strive for growth.
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What is Cognitive Approval?
Theory that states that interactions cause emotional reactions.
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What is the facial feedback hypothesis?
The idea that an expression influences how one feels.
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What is Orexins: hypothalamus
Ghrelin: stomach
Insulin: pancreas
Three hunger signals and where they come from.
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What is extrinsic motivation?
Which motivation is less effective?






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