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Lecture 8

PSY 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Learning Theory, Observational Learning, Abraham Maslow


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY 110
Professor
Gillis
Lecture
8

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I. Historical Theories of Motivation
A. Instinct Theory (Evolutionary Theory)
Freud's instincts: Eros and Thanatos
B. Drive Theories (Drive Reduction Theory)
C. Arousal Theory = Optimal Level Theory
(Yerkes-Dodson Law)
D. Humanistic Theory (Maslow, 1970)
E. Social Learning Theory. Our motivations
are taught to us socially (observational
learning)
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F. Humanistic Theory Abraham Maslow,
(1970)
1. Physiological Needs
2. Safety Needs
3. Love and Belonging Needs
4. Esteem (Self and Other) Needs
5. Self Actualization
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