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PSY 355 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 PSY 355 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 PSY 355 Week 1 DQ 3 PSY 355 Week 1 DQ 4 PSY 355 week 1 Individual Assignment Sources of Motivation Paper (2 Papers) PSY 355 Week 2 Discussion Question 1 PSY 355 Week 2 Discussion Question 2 PSY 3..
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Is it possible to motivate a student to obtain an “A” grade if he orshe does not value an “A” grade more than a “C” grade?  Why or why not? ..
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Please list four things that bring you pleasure, and four thingsthat bring you pain. Which do you, personally, think motivates youmore, trying to obtain the pleasure, or trying to avoid the pain? ..
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1 - What is motivation? 2 - Does perception affect motivation? Why or why not?   1 - What are the major sources of motivation? 2 - Which source affects you most?  Why?  Do you think this is something that is 'hard-wired' or learned? 3 - Do you think it is possib..
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Do internal and external sources need to be complementary for motivation to occur?  For example, is it possible to motivate a student to obtain an A grade if he or she does not value an A grade more than a C grade?  Explain your answer.   ..
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This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers   Sources of Motivation Paper Prepare a 700 to 900-word paper in which you examine the concept of motivation. As a part of your examination be sure to address the following items:   ·        In ..
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We’ve had some great discussions during Week 1 regarding themotivating power of fear.  Many of you, in fact, identified fear ofpain as being a greater motivator for you than is the attainment ofthat which brings you pleasure.  Is it possible, though, that fear isalso the primary motivat..
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Do you think that innate factors (neurobiological, genetic,homeostatic, etc.) have more of an influence on motivation than learned(environmental) factors, or are learned factors the dominant force? Please provide examples or illustrations to support your response. ..
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1 - What is a person's mate value? 2 - Evaluate and compute your mate value and that of your spouse/partner (current or most recent).  Are you surprised by the results?  What do the results mean (for you, your life, your relationships, etc.)? 3 - Does a person's mate value have ..
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Is it possible for someone to become a chocoholic--a person addicted to chocolate? Why or why not?   Alcohol and nicotine are 2 legal drugs.  In some states, marijuana (cannabis) is also legal.   1 - What are the pros and cons of legalizing other drugs (such as marijuan..
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Select at least 2 theories concerning human motivation. Obtain faculty approval of your selected theories prior to beginning this assignment. Prepare a 12+ slide presentation (using Microsoft® PowerPoint®, Prezi, Glogster, or any other presentation software program)&nb..
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To be clinically diagnosed as “addicted” to a chemical substance or abehavior, a person must demonstrate continued involvement with thesubstance or activity even though that person has experienced or isaware of detrimental consequences to his or her job, relationships,financial security, or healt..
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Personality typology is one means of trying to understand why andpredict how people are motivated to behave as they do.  In this week’sreadings, you are exposed to several theories of personality, includingthe 5-Factor Model, the Sensation Seeking personality model, Eysenck’sThree Factor Mod..
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What are the similarities and differences between physiological needs and psychological needs? 2a - Do you think you can raise your self-esteem by thinking about your successes in your domains of contingent self-worth?   2b - Can you lower your self-esteem by thinking about your fail..
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How do psychological needs and personality traits differ in the manner they motivate behavior?  Explain your answer. ..
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Select 1 of the following topics as the basis for this paper: Eating healthy Exercising Quitting smoking Quitting drinking Refraining from using drugs Write a 1,000+ word paper in which you analyze the brain structures & functions associated wit..
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One common problem of motivation is procrastination, or putting offuntil the very last moment doing what is necessary to attain one’sgoals, which is discussed briefly in chapters seven and 10 of thecourse text.  According to Clayton Taylor-Ladd (1996-2007), the twobasic types of procrastinat..
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We know that one’s emotions affect one’s facial muscles to produce theexpressions we understand as happiness, sadness, anger, fear,frustration, etc.   Is it also true, though that, aside from regulatingintensity of an existing emotion, the muscles in one’s face can createor change one’s..
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If increased arousal results in increased performance, why does it not also lead to a more efficient performance?  In your response, please include an example that demonstrates this from your own life. 1 - Why do you listen to music? Do any of these reasons include energization, relaxati..
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1 - What are some examples of life stressors? 2 - In what ways do individuals differ in their appraisal of and ability to cope with life stressors? 3 - Are there certain personality traits that serve to buffer individuals against stressors and stress? Why or why not?   1 - Wh..
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Complete the Material: Arousal, Behavior, Stress, and Affect Worksheet. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. ..
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As you read last week, stress is not only a great motivator, on along-term or redundant basis, it is also responsible for a plethora ofphysical illnesses ranging from the common cold, to allergic reactions,to heart disease and even cancer.  It is also a major contributor tomany psychological..
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Please post your response to the following discussion question byclicking on Reply: In terms of motivation, what are some possible consequences ofincorrectly labeling one’s own emotional feelings – or, those ofanother?  How can this happen?  What can be done to avoid this? ..
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Do you find yourself obeying the principle of least effort or the law of less work?  For example, do you drive instead of walk, take the elevator instead of stairs, eat fast-food rather than cook, or take an easy elective course rather than a challenging one?  Why do you think this is s..
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Part 1 1 - When you smile in greeting a friend, it is because you are happy to see him/her, or is it simply a greeting without any feeling?  2 - What governs your facial expressions? Is it your felt emotions, your social motives, the person you are with, or display rules in general? ..
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