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Q: Five different approaches to motivation are the cognitive approach, the incentive approach, the arousal approach, the drive reduction approach and the instinct approach. One of the approaches that
interest me the most is the drive reduction approach. The way that it works is through a person’s drive to fulfill a particular need. In order to satisfy the drive a person will become motivated to meet biological needs or even psychological needs. An example of drive reduction to motivations is the drive for thirst or hunger. When a person becomes hungry they are driven to eat or consume some sort of nutrients. This type of approach to motivation is a related to homeostasis. Homeostasis is the body’s tendency to maintain a steady internal state. Although this approach to motivation provides a good explanation of biological needs to motivation it does not explain motivation that stems from thrill seeking or curiosity. These behaviors suggest that not all individuals seek to reduce all drives. can you give me feedback on this respones
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A type of learning where a new behavior is learned but not demonstrated until some incentive is provided for displaying it is called __________ learning. A. observational B. reward C. cognitive D. latent
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