Understanding Motivation: Intrinsic vs Extrinsic

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What is the correct sequence of human needs according to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Theory?

Which type of learning focuses solely on observable behaviors and discounts the importance of mental activity?

In classical conditioning, what is the term for a stimulus that before conditioning does not naturally bring about the response of interest?

What type of learning involves observing and imitating another's behavior?

Which type of conditioning is based on involuntary responses?

According to Thorndike’s Law of Effect, what strengthens behavior?

What is the term for the presentation or adding of something pleasant to strengthen behavior in operant conditioning?

What type of learning explains voluntary behaviors?

What are the 4 elements that make up motivation, according to Daniel Goleman?

What is the main difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation?

According to Instinct Theory, what are the motivations for sex, aggression, and achievement rooted in?

What does Drive Reduction Theory suggest leads to a drive to obtain basic biological requirements?

What are primary drives related to, according to Drive Reduction Theory?

According to Optimum Arousal Theory, under what conditions does performance best occur?

What effect does low arousal have on task performance, based on Optimum Arousal Theory?

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Explore the concepts of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and how they influence our drive to achieve goals. Learn about the elements that make up motivation and the different types that impact our behaviors and outcomes.

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