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Motivation human sicence 1st year nursing

what is motivation motivation refers to the major factors that affect whether and how we behave at a given time 1) instigation 2) strength 3)persitence of behaviour
factors that affect the likelihood of a given behaviour individual environment, ancestral environment
extrinsic reinforcers stimuli produced by natural environmental contingencies or by others
intrinsic reinforcers stimuli produced by the persons own behaviour
over justification effect the undermining of intrinsic motivation by the application of extrinsic rewards to intrinsically motivated behaviour
learned helplessness a condition that occurs after an animal or a person has an aversive experience in which nothing it or he does can affect what happens to it. and so the animal or the person simply gives up and stops trying to change the situation or to escape
continuous reinforcement reinforcement given for each desired response
partial reinforcement reinforcement given only intermittently
interval schedule partial reinforcement schedule based on time
ratio schedule parital reinforcement based on a specified number of emitted responses
deprivation of reinforcers this means how long it has been since we contacted a particular reinforce
Created by: carolyn3057