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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 2230
Professor
Frank Marchese
Semester
Summer

Description
thPSYC2230A Lecture June 12 2014 CHAPTER 11 COGNITIVE MOTIVATION COMPETENCE AND CONTROL I Selected Concepts A Rogers and the fully functioning person Characteristics of1 Openness to experience 2 Existential living 3 Trust in ones organism 4 Sense of freedom 5 Creativity B Maslow Hierarchy of needs 1 Physiological 2 Safety needs 3 Belongingness 4 Esteem 5 Selfactualization C White and Competence Motivation Called effectance motivation as well represents an attempt to master the environment D Decharms Personal Causation is to be a personal agent in producing changes in ones environment People may be categorized asOrigins Perceive that behaviour influenced by their own internally chosen choices powerfulPawns Perceive that behaviour is controlled by external forces powerless E Berlyne Intrinsic motivation The value associated with performing a particular activity Much behaviours are not inspire
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