Flashcards in Ch 10 Deck (13):
What controls homeostasis ?
What's the limbus system consists of ?
Hypothalamus, thalamus, amygalda and hippocampus
What's maslows hierarchy of needs ?
Physiological needs->security->social needs-> esteem->self actualization
A need or desire that energizes behavior and directs it towards a goal
What are the different types of motivation?
Drive reduction theory
Motivated to do something to reduce something
Complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species and is unlearned
Animals vs humans
Humans are flexible animals are fixed
And aroused related to a physical need such as hunger or thirst
Arousal levels can help performance but too much arousal can interfere with performance
What's the motive behind maslows hierarchy of needs?
Maslow proposed that humans need to strive to ensure basic needs are satisfied then they find motivation to pursue goals that are higher on this hierarchy
An abnormal syndrome defined as the fear of being or doing ones best
James-Lange theory va cannon-bard theory
Body before thoughts
Body with thoughts