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Motivation

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  • 1. Motivation Motivation is the activation or energization of goal-oriented behavior. Motivation is said to be intrinsic or extrinsic . The term is generally used for humans but, theoretically. It can also be explained as. The driving force behind an action. This is probably the simplest explanation about motivation. Motivation can be considered the state of having encouragement to do something.
  • 2. Types of motivation
    • Monetary motivations
    • Monetary motivation involves motivation by financial means like increments of salary etc.
  • 3. NON Monetary Motivation
    • It involves the method of motivating people in which.
    • We rarely pay additional money.
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • Characteristics of Human behavior
    • behavioral/external  
    • elicited by stimulus associated/connected to innately connected stimulus
    • obtain desired, pleasant consequences (rewards) or escape/avoid undesired, unpleasant consequences
    • social    
    • imitate positive models
    • be a part of a group or a valued member
    • biological
    • increase/decrease stimulation (arousal)
    • activate senses (taste, touch, smell, etc.
    • decrease hunger, thirst, discomfort, etc.
    • maintain homeostasis, balance
  • 6.
    • cognitive
    • maintain attention to something interesting or threatening
    • develop meaning or understanding
    • increase/decrease cognitive disequilibrium; uncertainty
    • solve a problem or make a decision
    • figure something out
    • eliminate threat or risk
    • affective  
    • increase/decrease affective dissonance
    • increase feeling good
    • decrease feeling bad
    • increase security of or decrease threats to self-esteem
    • maintain levels of optimism and enthusiasm
  • 7. conative   meet individually developed/selected goal obtain personal dream develop or maintain self-efficacy take control of one's life eliminate threats to meeting goal, obtaining dream reduce others' control of one's life spiritual   understand purpose of one's life connect self to ultimate unknowns
  • 8.
    • Monetary motivation
    • Monetary

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