Motivation and Arousal Theories

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  • Created on: 08-12-16 09:51
What are the two branches of motivation?
Intensity of Behaviour (the degree or strength of emotion) and The response made as a result of emoiton
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What are the two forms of arousal?
Somatic arousal (relates to the physiological state of the body) and cognitive arousal (relates to the psychological state)
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What are the two sources of motivation?
Intrinsic (Where people are motivated for personal satisfaction) and extrinsic (the drive for external reward)
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What is the formula for Drive Theory?
Behaviour = Habit x Drive
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What does the drive theory show?
It shows the relationship between arousal and performance. It suggests that an increase in arousal is proportional to an increase in the quality of performance and that
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What are the two forms of arousal?

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Somatic arousal (relates to the physiological state of the body) and cognitive arousal (relates to the psychological state)

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