Introduction to Psychology II (Week 8 Notes): Motivation and Emotion
Introduction to Psychology II (Week 8 Notes): Motivation and Emotion PSY 106
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Date Created: 02/22/16
2/1/16-2/3/16 Lecture Notes Concepts: 1. Motivation a. Hedonism b. McDougal-Watson Debate c. Define: “ethology” i. Lorenz Conrad d. Three categories in order for “instinctual” actions to be considered instinctual i. Innate ii. All individuals in a species perform the same instinctual action iii. Action doesn’t change e. Types of human instinct i. Survival (fight or flight) ii. Maternal instinct iii. Sexual instinct f. Human behavior is determined by internal motives or drives g. Primary drives i. Primary drives helps keep balance within the body ii. Important parts of the hypothalamus for primary rives: lateral hypothalamus and ventromedial h. Philip Teitlebaum Experiment i. Stanley Schachter’s externality theory j. Types of primary drives: sexual stimulation, sensory stimulation, and contact comfort i. Contact comfort▯ Harlow’s rhesus monkeys k. Secondary drives i. Achievement motivation▯ David McClelland and the Thematic Apprehension Test (TAT) ii. Power motivation▯ McClelland l. Conflictory motives▯ Kurt Lewin i. Approach-Avoidant ii. Approach-Approach iii. Avoidant-Avoidant m. Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs 2. Emotion a. Define: “emotion” b. Define: “appraisal” i. Cognitive c. Define: “arousal” i. Physiological d. James-Lange Theory e. Cannon-Baird Theory i. Used the word “thalamus”, but was really the “hypothalamus” (“hypothalamus” is used instead of “thalamus”) 3. Schachter and Singer Theory a. Your arousal was your emotion 4. Yerkes-Dodson Law of Arousal a. Your arousal level impacted your performance
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