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Lecture 6

PSYC 3405 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dialectic, Motivation


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 3405
Professor
Brenda Baird
Lecture
6

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July 18, 2013
Psyc 3405 Lecture 5
Class Exercises
APA assignment
Housekeeping
No Class July 23rd
Fieldwork
oOpportunity to get real data regarding Motivation and apply class
learning (Ch. 5,6 & 8)
oDue Friday July 26 at Midnight
o2-3 pages, double spaced
oDo not hand in the transcript of your interview. This would be a
violation of ethics. Paraphrase instead.
oRefer to Field Work Instructions Document for more information
oBase questions on their behaviour, makes a big di9erence
Behaviour
Spontaneous  Follow the experience
Ask a question in context of recalling the experience
Put in context <rst (proves reliability of data collected
oData can be used towards term paper if relevant
APA Style
Material
Ch 6 (Physchological Needs)
oSelf determinism theory
People are inherently active.
Person-environment dialectic.
Two way road
o3 psychological needs
Competence
Relatedness
Autonomy
Perceived choice
o‘Either-or’ does not satisfy this need
oCompletely free choice
Promotes intrinsic motivation
Unpressured willingness
Perception of where a motivation is sourced
Autonomy supportive motivators trump controlling
motivators
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