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Motivation Theories • Learning Team B • 9/03/2011 • • Sandra Cruz • Ebony Henson • James Clements • Jocelyn Copko • Nina Gay
Introduction• Abraham Maslow – ”Hierarchy of Needs”• James-Lange – ”Theory of Emotion”• Identify the individuals associated with each theory.• Analyze the major themes of each theory.• Evaluate the effectiveness of each theory in various behaviors.
Abraham Maslow -Hierarchy of Needs• Maslow was the first to organize what he believed to be universal human motivators based on needs• Once a level in the pyramid is successfully fulfilled an individual proceeds up to the next level of needs.
Analyze the major themes of Hierarchy of Needs Biological and Psychological Safety Belongingness and Love Esteem Self-Actualization
Identify the individuals associated with Hierarchy of Needs
Evaluate the effectiveness of Hierarchy of Needs in various behaviors.• Eating, drinking, breathing, sleeping• Finding employment, healthcare insurance, housing• Family, romantic relationships, acceptance• Developing self-esteem, personal worth, social recognition.• Developing self-esteem, personal worth, social recognition
James-Lange -Theory of Emotion• Physiological reaction to events• External stimulus leading to reaction• Result of biochemical & environmental influences• Affective
Analyze the major themes of Theory of Emotion• physiological changes induced by the autonomic nervous system• Not just your facial expression may change
Identify the individuals associated with Theory of Emotion• our emotions occur as a result of physiological reactions to events• William James• Carl Lange
Evaluate the effectiveness of Theory of Emotion in various behaviors.
Conclusion• Abraham Maslow and his “hierarchy of Needs”• William James and Carl LaNge “theory of emotioNs”
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