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Psychology: Emotion Module 9

Across
The positive or negative stimuli that entice or repel us
The Minnesota Hunger Experiment measured the psychological effects of _________.
Sex, hunger, and the ________ are our primary motivators
In Maslow's Pyramid of Needs ____________ is at the top
In Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs ____________ needs are at the bottom
If people are paid to do what they like, they'll stop liking it.
The ________ states that we are motivated to maintain a balance between stimulation and relaxation. We are motivated to avoid boredom and stress.
The need or desire to do something.
The need to feel good about yourself, and think others do too. The fourth level in the pyramid.
Humanistic theory was developed by Abraham ______, and Carl _______. (No spaces between the names.
Social exclusion
Whether you think you can, or think you can't, you're right. Believing in yourself.
Our sense of personal control
Finding a reason you can't try, so then you can't fail. I would enter that 10k, but I've got bone spurs. This is called self-___________.
Down
Being motivated without any external reward.
In Humanistic Theory, people are driven by a _________.
We act rationally to maximize reward and minimize risk
You do things for a reward (payday, a trophy, popularity).
Innate "drives" to act a certain way
According to crash course, obtaining _____ is one of our biggest motivators.
Then instinctual motivation to bond with a parental figure
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi developed this term for being "in the zone"