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Chapter 5

PSYC 233 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 Summary


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC-233
Professor
Gower
Chapter
5

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THE MOTIVE PERSPECTIVE
Basic Theoretical Elements
Needs
Motives
Press
Needs, Motives, and Personality
Motive States and Motive Dispositions
Measuring Motives: The Thematic Apperception Test or Picture Story Exercise
Studies of Specific Dispositional Motives
Need for Achievement
Need for Power
Need for Affiliation
Need for Intimacy
Patterned Needs: Inhibited Power Motive
Implicit and Self-Attributed Motives
Incentive Value
Implicit Motives Are Different from Self-Attributed Motives
Approach and Avoidance Motives
Approach and Avoidance in Other Motives
Motives and the Five-Factor Trait Model
Traits and Motives as Distinct and Complementary
Personology and the Study of Narratives
Assessment
Other Implicit Assessments
Problems in Behavior, and Behavior Change
The Need for Power and Alcohol Abuse
Focusing On and Changing Motivation
Motive Theories: Problems and Prospects
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