Motivation and The Brain Paper

Abstract This paper examines the motivation behind eating healthy within a structure of biological and environmental variables, acting upon the mechanism of choice. The factors of intrinsic and extrinsic are covered as well as the various components of anorexia nervosa and obesity. Also, an analysis of the neurological structures involved in hunger and satiety is... Continue Reading →

The Five Factory Model in Detail

Question: Describe the five factor model in detail. Compare and contrast extrinsic and intrinsic motivation in detail. Response: The five-factor model of personality entails the dimension of openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism (Deckers, 2005). Each dimension of personality includes a bi-polar spectrum of descriptors ranging from low to high. Openness includes from low to... Continue Reading →

Motivation of Approach Goals and Avoidance Goals

Post your response to the following: Earning your degree takes dedication, commitment, and time. The motivation that drives you through the tough times and keeps you focused is the foundation for your commitment. Discuss whether your motivations for striving are intrinsic, introjected, identified, or extrinsic. Wow, as I read the four definitions I was struck... Continue Reading →

Attractiveness as a Learned or Intrinsic Attribute

Everyone differs slightly in what they consider attractive or beautiful. Do you believe certain attributes are universally attractive? What are these attributes? I thought about this question for most of the day. Every time I thought about a certain attribute I was able to envision someone who might find that attribute attractive. For instance, my... Continue Reading →

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