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MOTIVATION AND EMOTION

Lecturer: Mrs. Astra Fe Peas

MASLOWS HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

STRATEGIES TO MOTIVATE PEOPLE TOWARDS


POSITIVE BEHAVIOR

Motivation by goal setting


Motivation by focus

Motivation by music
Motivation by enticement Motivation by identification or Ego-involvement

MEANING AND NATURE OF EMOTION


Definition Emotion is a generalized disturbance of the affective process or state of a person which is revealed by marked bodily changes in smooth muscles, glands, and gross behavior. Two Aspects: The subjective feelings The objectively measured responses of the organism

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES IN EMOTION


1. Increase in blood pressure 2. More rapic respiration 3. Dilation of the pupil of the eye 4. Increase in perspiration 5. Increase in blood-sugar level to provide more energy 6. Quicker bloodclotting in case of wounds 7. Decrease in motility of the gastrointestinal tract; diversion of blood from the stomach and intestines to the brain and skeletal muscles. 8. Raising of the hairs of the skin, causing goose pimples

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTIVATION AND


EMOTION

Emotions accompany motivated behavior. Emotions activate and direct behavior in the same way biological or psychological motives do. Often, we are more aware of our emotions than our motives. Emotions are usually arouse by external stimuli and emotional expression is directed toward that stimuli in the environment that aroused it. Motives are often aroused by internal stimuli and are directed toward certain objects in the environment such as food, water, or a mate.