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What are the seven theories of motivation?
Goal-Setting Theory, Evolutionary Theory, Expectancy Theory, Cognitive Theory, Humanistic Theory, Arousal Theory and Drive Theory
Name that Theory: We are motivated by desirable things we expect we can achieve.
Expectancy Theory
Name that Theory: Different types of goals motivate us differently.
Goal-Setting Theory
Name that Theory: We are motivated to satisfy basic biophysical needs such as satisfy hunger, alleviate pain and increase happiness
Drive Theory
Name that Theory: We have adapted from our predecessors the basic motivations that require us to survive and reproduce
Evolutionary Theory
Name that Theory: We seek an opitmal level of arousal which is the level or arousal that is best suited to our personal characteristics and whatever activity we are performing
Arousal Theory
Name that Theory: Motivation is guided by our decision making processes.
Cognitive Theory
Name that Theory: Our behaviour is guided by an innate need to reach maximal potential.
Humanistic Theory
This part of the brain regulates physiological responses to stimuli and organizes behaviours that maintain reproductive, homeostatic, and circadian functions
The hypothalamus
This part of the brain has inputs from various brain regions involved in arousal and projections to the frontal lobes, amygdala, and spinal cord
The hypothalamus