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key components of instinct thoery
Weegy: Instinct Theory - states that motivation is the result of biological, genetic programming. [ Thus, all beings within a species are programmed for the same motivations. a) At the heart of this perspective, is the motivation to survive - we are biologically programmed to survive. And, all of our behaviors and motivations stem from biological programming. Thus, are actions are instincts. For example, a human mother, unlike many other species, will stay awake with a crying infant all night long trying to provide comfort. Why? Instinct theory suggests that she is programmed to behave in this manner - it is not due to learning or conditioning, not to being raised properly or poorly, not to having strong female role models or weak role models, or anything else, other that pure biology. This perspective is very much the sort that was offered recently in the controversial article that stated, Parents don't matter that much in the development of their children. Read more: ] (More)
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what are the key components of instinct theory?
Weegy: According to the instinct theory of motivation, all organisms are born with innate biological tendencies that help them survive. (More)
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what are the key components of drive theory?
Weegy: The key component of the drive theory is performer’s level of skill & sees the relationship between arousal & performance as linear: performance increases in proportion to arousal. A very high arousal level would result in a high performance level, [ provided skill is well-learned. However, if the skill is not well-learned, performance of skill will deteriorate as arousal increases. ] (More)
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Do you think it is possible to maintain a high self-esteem once we have begun to question our own basic self-efficacy?
Weegy: Self-referent thought has become an issue that pervades psychological research in many domains. [ In 1977, the famous psychologist Albert Bandura at Stanford University introduced the concept of perceived self-efficacy in the context of cognitive behaviour modification. It has been found that a strong sense of personal efficacy is related to better health, higher achievement, and more social integration. This concept has been applied to such diverse areas as school achievement, emotional disorders, mental and physical health, career choice, and sociopolitical change. It has become a key variable in clinical, educational, social, developmental, health, and personality psychology. Behavioural change is facilitated by a personal sense of control. If people believe that they can take action to solve a problem instrumentally, they become more inclined to do so and feel more committed to this decision. ] (More)
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six different theories of intelligence
Weegy: Six different theories of intelligence are Psychometric Approach, Gardner (1983), Steinbeg (1985), Piaget (1972), Vygotsky (1978) and Biological Approach . (More)
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