MotivationAP Psychology/ Mr. Hinder
Hunger✤   Hunger is an influence in our    lives that is motivated by a    physiological need✤   The Biology of Hunger    ✤...
Hunger✤   Blood Chemistry    ✤   Glucose    ✤   Insulin    ✤   Leptin
Hunger✤   Brain Processes    ✤   Lateral hypothalamus    ✤   ventromedial hypothalamus
Obesity &Eating Behavior✤   60% of Americans are    overweight. Increase risk for    hypertension, diabetes, kidney    dis...
Hunger✤   Dieting & Hazards of Dieting✤   Disordered Eating    ✤   dieting highest among        young women    ✤   Anorexi...
Approaches toMotivation inEveryday LifeTheory
Approaches toMotivation✤   Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs✤   main needs met in order:    ✤   physiological    ✤   safety    ✤...
Approaches to Motivation✤   Self- Determination Theory✤   Three basic needs    ✤   Competence        ✤   individuals feel ...
Approaches to Motivation✤   Issues with Self-Determination Theory    ✤   May not be universal (cultures vary in how they p...
Approaches toMotivation✤   Intrinsic v Extrinsic Motivation    ✤   Intrinsic: based on internal        factors such as aut...
Approaches toMotivation✤   Self-Regulation: Successful    pursuit of goals    ✤   Goal Setting:        ✤   specific, short ...
EmotionAP Psychology; Mr. Hinder
Emotion✤   both motivation and emotion    spur an individual into action✤   Emotion is feeling or affect that    can invol...
The Biology ofEmotion✤   Arousal    ✤   sympathetic nervous system        ✤   fight or flight✤   Measuring Arousal    ✤   ga...
Biology ofEmotion✤   Neural Circuits and    Neurotransmitters    ✤   amygdala    ✤   Cerebral Hemispheres    ✤   Dopamine ...
CognitiveFactors✤   Two Factor Theory of Emotion    ✤   physiological arousal    ✤   cognitive labeling        ✤   misinte...
Cognitive Factors✤   Primacy Debate: Cognition or Emotion?
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  • Ap psych motivation

    1. 1. MotivationAP Psychology/ Mr. Hinder
    2. 2. Hunger✤ Hunger is an influence in our lives that is motivated by a physiological need✤ The Biology of Hunger ✤ Gastric Signals ✤ Stomach contracts
    3. 3. Hunger✤ Blood Chemistry ✤ Glucose ✤ Insulin ✤ Leptin
    4. 4. Hunger✤ Brain Processes ✤ Lateral hypothalamus ✤ ventromedial hypothalamus
    5. 5. Obesity &Eating Behavior✤ 60% of Americans are overweight. Increase risk for hypertension, diabetes, kidney disease, and other✤ Biology of Overeating ✤ Some inherit / Set Point✤ Cognitive & Sociocultural Factors in Obesity ✤ Time & Place
    6. 6. Hunger✤ Dieting & Hazards of Dieting✤ Disordered Eating ✤ dieting highest among young women ✤ Anorexia nervosa ✤ Bulimia nervosa
    7. 7. Approaches toMotivation inEveryday LifeTheory
    8. 8. Approaches toMotivation✤ Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs✤ main needs met in order: ✤ physiological ✤ safety ✤ love/belonging ✤ esteem ✤ Self Actualization
    9. 9. Approaches to Motivation✤ Self- Determination Theory✤ Three basic needs ✤ Competence ✤ individuals feel they are able to bring about desired outcomes ✤ Relatedness ✤ need to engage in warm relations with other people ✤ Autonomy (sense of being in control of one’s life)
    10. 10. Approaches to Motivation✤ Issues with Self-Determination Theory ✤ May not be universal (cultures vary in how they promote those three needs) ✤ No Child Left Behind: focuses on external outcomes, thus according to SDT, it undermines growth oriented motivations of students and teachers
    11. 11. Approaches toMotivation✤ Intrinsic v Extrinsic Motivation ✤ Intrinsic: based on internal factors such as autonomy, competence, and relatedness, curiosity, challenge, effort ✤ Extrinsic: involves external incentives such as gaining rewards or avoid punishment
    12. 12. Approaches toMotivation✤ Self-Regulation: Successful pursuit of goals ✤ Goal Setting: ✤ specific, short term, challenging ✤ accomplish don’t avoid ✤ Planning how and monitoring progress are critical points
    13. 13. EmotionAP Psychology; Mr. Hinder
    14. 14. Emotion✤ both motivation and emotion spur an individual into action✤ Emotion is feeling or affect that can involve physiological arousal, conscious experience, and behavioral expression
    15. 15. The Biology ofEmotion✤ Arousal ✤ sympathetic nervous system ✤ fight or flight✤ Measuring Arousal ✤ galvanic skin response ✤ polygraph test
    16. 16. Biology ofEmotion✤ Neural Circuits and Neurotransmitters ✤ amygdala ✤ Cerebral Hemispheres ✤ Dopamine (happiness/ positive emotions) ✤ Norepinephrine: (regulating arousal)
    17. 17. CognitiveFactors✤ Two Factor Theory of Emotion ✤ physiological arousal ✤ cognitive labeling ✤ misinterpreted arousal intensifies emotional experiences
    18. 18. Cognitive Factors✤ Primacy Debate: Cognition or Emotion?

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