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The reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way. Motivation
To require (something) because it is essential or very important Need
In innate, biologically determined urge to attain a goal or satisfy a need. Drive
An innate, typically fixed pattern of behavior in organisms in response to certain stimuli. Instincts
Behavior that is driven by external rewards. Extrinsic Motivation
Behavior that is driven by internal (personal) rewards. Intrinsic Motivation
The act of affiliating, state of being affiliated. (being part of something). Affiliation
A state of balance in the body. Homeostasis
A state of feeling that involves physical arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience. Emotions
When you're driven to get ahead, to tackle situations, and to meet high personal standards of success. Achievement Motivation
A feeling of discomfort or weakness caused by lack of food, couple with the desire to eat. Hunger

Chapter 12 vocab Crossword

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Various psychological and psychological factors that cause us to act a certain way at a certain time Motivation
Innate tendencies that determine behavior Instincts
Biological or psychological requirement of an organism Need
A state of tension produced by a need that motivates an organism toward a goal Drive
The tendency of all organisms to correct imbalances and deviations from their normal state Homeostasis
An external stimulus reinfocer or reward that motivation behavior Incentive
Engaging in activities that either reduce biological needs or help us obtain external incentives Extrinsic motivation
Engaging in activities because they are personally rewarding Intrinsic motivation
produces hungar signals Lateral hypothalamus
can cause one to stop eating Ventromedial
Must be satisfied to maintain life Fundamental needs
The urge to belong and to give and recive ones love Psychological needs
Pursuit of knowledge and beauty or whatever else is required for the realization of ones unique potential Self actualization
Set of complex reactions to stimuli involving subjective feelings psychological arousal and observational behavior Emotion

MOTIVATION Crossword

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the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way. motivation
motivations associated with activities that are their own reward. intrinsic motivation
motivations created by external factors such as rewards and punishments. extrinsic motivation
an attractive object or event supplied because of a behavior. reward
an object or event that encourages or discourages behavior. incentive
general uneasiness, feeling of tension, or feeling of self-doubt. anxiety
students that believe their failures are due to low ability and there is little they can do about it. failure accepting students
want to complete work as quickly as possible with as little work as possible. work avoidant learners
is the expectation based on previous experiences that all one’s efforts will lead to failure. learned helplessness
is working for a longer time despite failures. persistence

Motivation and Emotions Crossword

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experience of feelings that underlies behavior; activates and effects behaviors but difficult to predict behavior; ex. Fear, joy, surprise Emotion
eating disorder; severe weight loss accompanied by obsessive worrying about weight gain Anorexia Nervosa
idea that your body returns to a preprogrammed weight Set Point
eating disorder; recurrent episodes of binging and purging Bulimia Nervosa
All the processes that initiate, direct, and sustain behavior Motivation
An external stimulus that motivates behavior (for example, money or fame) Incentive
The natural tendency of the body to maintain a balanced internal state in order to ensure physical survival Homeostasis
The part of the hypothalamus that acts as a feeding center to incite eating Lateral Hypothalamus
The part of the hypothalamus that acts as a satiety (fullness) center to inhibit eating Ventromedial Hypothalamus
The theory that emotional feelings result when an individual becomes aware of the physiological response James-Lang
The theory that an emotion-provoking stimulus is transmitted simultaneously to the cerebral cortex, Cannon-Bard
A two-factor theory stating that for an emotion to occur, there must be (1) physiological arousal and (2) a cognitive interpretation Schachter-Singer
A lie-detecting device that detects changes in heart rate, blood pressure, Polygraph
A state of alertness and mental and physical activation Arousal
Needs or desires that energize and direct behavior toward a goal Motives

Psychology Word Search

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Description

Sensory deprivation
Homeostasis
Drives
Intrinsic reward
Extensive reward
Emotions
Balance theory
Affiliation
Obese
Instincts
Need
Motive

Chapter 9 Crossword

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Inner state that energizes behavior toward a goal Motivation
Unlearned, fixed pattern of behavior Instinct
Desire to overcome obstacles and meet high standards Need for achievement
Projection test of inner feelings and motives is the thematic.... Apperception
Physiological state that motivates an organism to meet a need Drive
Tendency to keep physiological systems internally balanced Homeostasis
Positive or negative stimulus that motivates behavior Incentive
Motivation to engage in an activity for enjoyment Intrinsic
Motivation to engage in an activity because of external rewards Extrinsic
Forced sexual intercourse between two people already acquainted Acquaintance rape
Brain structure that regulates eating behaviors Hypothalamus

Emotion and Motivation Crossword

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A condition in which we require something we lack Need
Filled to survive; oxygen, food, sleep Biological needs
Not necessarily based on deprivation and can be learned; achievement, self-esteem Psychological needs
Forces that motivate an organism to take action Drives
Behavior patterns genetically transmitted from generation to generation Instincts
Tendency to maintain an internal state of equilibrium Homeostasis
"Start eating" part of the brain Lateral hypothalamus
The need to become what one believes he or she is capable of being Self-actualization
Even if basic drives such as hunger are inborn, cultural experiences and factors influence the behavior that people use to stasify those drives Sociocultural theory
Weighing more than 30 percent greater than their recommended weight Obese
The desires for stimulation Stimulus motives
The absence of stimulation Sensory deprivation
Good grades; good income Extrinsic rewards
Self-satisfaction Intrinsic rewards
Thinking and behaving in a way that fits what an individual believes and how others expect that individual to think and behave Cognitive consistency
People need to organize their perceptions opinions and beliefs in a harmonious manner Balance theory
The desire to join with others and be a part of something larger than oneself Affiliation
State of feeling Emotions
People's emotions follow, rather than cause behavioral reactions James-Lange theory

Psychology Chapter 7 and 8 Crossword

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Disorder in which people binge on large quantities of food, followed by efforts to purge the food by vomiting or other means such as laxative Bulimia
Learned characteristic in which a person obtains satisfaction by striving for and attaining a level of excellence Achievement
Particular level of weight that a body strive to maintain Weight Set Point
Positive emotional bond that develops between a child a particular individual, usually a caregiver attachment
Genes or hereditary nature
Nurture Environment
A tendency to seek impact, control, or influence over others, and to be a powerful individual power
Environment agents (drugs, chemicals, viruses) that produce birth defects Teratogens
Motivated by your own enjoyment rather than by any concrete reward intrinsic
doing something for a concrete reward Extrinsic Motivation
An interest in establishing and maintaining relationship with other people affiliation

Chapter 7 Motivation and Emotion Crossword

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This theory states that emotions are determined by a nonspecific kind of physiological arousal and its interpretation Schachtersinger
Feelings that generally have both physiological and cognitive elements and that influence behavior Emotions
Type of motivation that involves ones own enjoyment rather than a reward intrinsic
Inborn pattern of behavior that are biologically determined instinct
The top level of Maslow's hierarchy involving a state of self-fulfillment selfactualization
A person who has sexual attraction to someone of their opposite sex heterosexual
The factors that direct and energize the behavior of humans and other motivation
The body's tendency to maintain a steady internal state homeostasis
He set motivational needs into a hierarchy where primary needs need to be met before higher needs can be satisfied maslow
A disorder marked by pursuit of extreme thinness and extreme weight loss anorexianervosa
A disorder in which people binge on large amounts of food, then purge the food by vomiting or other means bulimianervosa
One who is attracted to people of the both sexes bisexual
This theory of emotion states that both physiological arousal and emotional experience are produced at the same time by the same nerve stimulus cannonbard
A type of motivation based on receiving a concrete reward extrinsic

Psychology (January 20, 2015) Word Search

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Description

overjustification
cognative theory
emotions
extrinsic
incentive
homeostasis
instincts
need
drive
Lateral hypothalamus
intrinsic motivation
motivation

Mental and Emotional Health Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

condition or quality of being sad sadness
the intentional act of attempting to kill one's self suicide
mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person stigma
treatment for OCD psychotherapy
an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors OCD
a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome anxiety
a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances stress
feelings of severe despondency and dejection depression
a common mental illness defined by feelings of uneasiness, worry and fear anxiety disorder
disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event PTSD
example of a symptom of OCD fear of germs
cause of OCD genetics