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The internal process where a particular behavior is initiated, directed, and sustained; drive to do something. Motivation
The creator of the hierarchy of needs. Maslow
A type of extrinsic motivation; engaging in a task to avoid guilt of negative self-perceptions. Introjected
A task that has connection to real-life problems that happen outside the classroom. Authentic
The state when one is fully immersed and concentrated on a task. Flow
Fulfilling one's potential; highest level of hierarchy of needs. Self-Actualization
The belief of how much a task is seen as useful or enjoyable. Value
Needs and motives to be part of a group or connected to others. Social goals
When someone believes that abilities are stable, uncontrollable states , they have this kind of mindset. Fixed
A type of student that sticks to what they know and does not take risks, and claims to not care about their performance when presented with failure. Failure-avoiding
First phase of the model of interest development when attention is drawn. Triggered
General uneasiness, a feeling of tension. Anxiety
Location of the cause for success or failure, can be external or internal. Locus
Type of extrinsic motivation, serves a larger goal that is personally motivating, despite a lack of interest. Identification
Type of motivation associated with activities that are their own reward. Intrinsic
Type of strategy attempting to reduce anxiousness by using relation exercises or describing their feelings to friends. Emotion-focused
Model identifying six areas where educators can influence students motivation to learn. Target
In the Cognitive evaluation theory; if an event pressures students to act or feel a certain way, it has a highly _____ aspect. Controlling
One of the three goal structures, in this structure students believe their goal is only attainable when other students also reach the goal. Cooperative
To be motivated by where you are now and where you want to be later. Feedback

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 & Emotion Crossword Puzzle

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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

Personal Development Crossword

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HELP US TO ACHIEVE THINGS IN OUR LIVES GOALS
TYPE OF STRESS THAT MOTIVATES YOU GOOD
SOMETHING YOU DON’T NEED, BUT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE WANT
THE S IN S.M.A.R.T. GOALS SPECIFIC
SOMETHING YOU MUST HAVE TO SURVIVE NEED
TYPE OF PEER PRESSURE WHEN FRIENDS SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGE YOU POSITIVE
FRIENDS PRESSURING YOU TO DO SOMETHING BAD OR THAT YOU DON'T WANT TO DO NEGATIVE
NAME CALLING IS WHAT TYPE OF COMMUNICATION BARRIER LABELING
WHEN YOU DON'T LET SOMEONE FINISH SPEAKING, IS WHAT TYPE OF COMM. BARRIER INTERRUPTING
TALKING ABOUT YOUR OWN PROBLEM WHEN A FRIEND IS TELLING YOU ABOUT THEIRS, IS WHAT TYPE OF BARRIER TRANSFERRING
LAST STEP IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS EVALUATE
POINTING THE FINGER IS WHAT TYPE OF COMMUNICATION BARRIER BLAMING
THE M IN S.M.A.R.T. GOALS MEASURABLE
TYPE OF STRESS THAT MAKES YOU SICK BAD
SOMETHING IN LIFE THAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU VALUES

Financial Aid Cross Word Puzzle

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If a student fails to repay a student loan on time, the student is in ____________. Default
The acronym for the amount of money a student and his/her family are expected to pay toward college expenses as determined by the FAFSA, also known as the Expected Family Contribution. EFC
One of the standardized tests that students generally take junior year of high school that is used by colleges to evaluate an applicant’s academic skills and abilities. ACT
The type of loan where the U.S. Department of Education does NOT pay the interest while you are in college. Unsubsidized
The type of loan where the U.S. Department of Education pays the interest while you are in college. Subsidized
The name of Federal low-interest loans for eligible students to help cover the cost of college or career school (HINT: it starts with the letter "s"). Stafford
Federal loans that parents of undergraduate students can sometimes use to help pay for their child's college or career school. PLUS
Your primary area of study chosen for college. Major
The name of the campus office that makes the decision about your acceptance to their school. Admissions
An area of interest studied at the same time as a major; however, fewer courses are required. Minor
Federal grant program providing need-based grants to low-income students. PELL
Type of college degree given if you complete four years of full-time study. Bachelor
Type of college degree earned if you complete two years of full-time study. Associate
The acronym for the application that you will fill out your senior year to apply for financial aid. FAFSA
The person at a college who helps students decide what classes to take, what major to pursue, and that makes sure student have fulfilled all graduation requirements. Advisor
The acronym for the report that a student receives after their FAFSA is processed. It is the report that is sent to your college, also known as a Student Aid Report. SAR
The legal document a student loan borrower must sign when he/she receives a loan. This document lists the terms for repayment of the loan, including interest. Promissory Note
This type of college or university is NOT run by the state and is generally smaller and more expensive. Private
The office at a college that is in charge of your financial aid, bills, and payments (HINT: It starts with the letter “b”). Bursar
The total cost to attend college before financial aid, including tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and other living expenses (Hint: Acronym is “COA”). Cost of Attendance
A program that allows students to take a part-time campus job as part of their financial aid package. Work Study
Colleges/universities that are ran and regulated by the state or federal government. Public
The general term for money you borrow from the government, a bank or another source that need to be paid back, usually over an agreed period of time. Loan
Generally, a student that is taking more than 12 credit hours of classes is considered to be a _______ student versus part time student. Fulltime
The period of time following graduation when a student is NOT expected to start paying his/her loans back yet is known as a “______ period.” Grace
What we wish grew on trees!! Money
A kind of "gift aid" — financial aid that doesn’t have to be paid back and that is usually awarded based on financial need. Grant
The name of the official document that your high school guidance counselor will send to your colleges that lists the classes that you have taken and your grades. Transcript

SMART Goals and Self-Efficacy Crossword

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An individuals belief that he or she is capable of preforming a task. Self Efficacy
Studies at the University of Toronto have shown that intentions to work towards a ____ are a major source of work motivation. goal
A recent survey done on managers asked if their job had clearly defined goals, and the majority agreed. True or False? False
In what process do managers and employees work together to set verifiable, and measurable goals that are periodically reviewed? Management By Objectives
Goal Setting Theory: A theory which says that specific and difficult goals with _______, lead to higher preformance. Feedback
Results Only Work Environment : In this type of environment _________ focus only on achieving results and manage their time accordingly. Employees
____ (acronym) is effective becuase it encourages intrinsic motivation, allows for autonomy, and provides an oportunity to work on tasks the employee feels are important. ROWE
In terms of SMART goals - _____ : Individuals know exactly what is to be achieved. Specific
In terms of SMART goals - ________ : The goals proposed can be tracked and reviewed. Measurable
In terms of SMART goals = _______ : The goals, even if difficult, are reasonable and achievable. Attainable
In terms of SMART goals - _____ - _______ : The goals should support the vision of the organization. Results-oriented
In terms of SMART goals - ___ - _____: The goals are to be achieved within a stated time. time-bound
Goals increase persistence. True or false? True
The ______ the self-efficacy, the more confidence an employee has to in their ability to succeed in a task. Higher
Goal setting theory compete with one another and do not complement each other. True or false? False
Those with high self efficacy will try harder to master a challenge. True or false? True
SMART goals allow for a greater chance of success. True

Learning Crossword

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A scientist associated with operant conditioning. he designed an operant chamber to test his theory. SKINNER
A type of motivation that is performed in order to get a reward or avoid punishment. extrinsic
A type of conditioning where organism associate their actions with consequences operant
A type of conditioning in which one links 2 or more stimuli and anticipate events classical
Frontal lobe neurons that fire when observing another person performing certain actions mirror
People who believe that they control their own destiny internal
A type of motivation to perform a behavior for its own sake. Intrinsic
People who believe that chance or outside forces determined their fate external
The process of observing and imitating a specific behavior modeling
A scientist who studied the digestive system, but famous for his work in classical conditioning Pavlov
The reinforcement that present a stimulus in order to STRENGTHEN a response Positive
a reinforcement that REDUCES a negative stimuli to strengthen a behavior negative
ability to distinguish between different stimuli discrimination
tendency, once conditioned, for stimuli similar to the conditioned stimulus to elicit similar response generalization
diminished response when an unconditioned stimulus no longer follows a conditioned stimulus extinction

PSYCH 104 - Chapter 9 - Motivation and Emotion Crossword

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an inferred process that causes an organism to move towards a goal motivation
what type of drive is innate and unlearned that helps preserve homeostasis? regulatory
the lateral hypothalamus hosts the _____ switch hunger
the ventromedial hypothalamus hosts the ____ switch full
a theory that the body has a homeostatic level for weight (2 words) set point
heat production thermogenesis
what type of cells can only reach a certain size and then split into two? fat
what facilitates the uptake of glucose into cells? insulin
an effect of dieting where you lose the weight, but then gain it right back yoyo
when males have low levels of ______ their sex drive decreases testosterone
females have a higher sex drive during when? ovulation
a double standard that is seen as positive for men and negative for women promiscuity
top reason why males have sex pleasure
top reason why females have sex affection
when people give up after repeated failures (2 words) learned helplessness
a mindset which believes that intelligence is a fixed trait fixed
a mindset which believes that intelligence is malleable growth
something you should praise your child for (to raise a smart kid) effort
the nonverbal communication or nonverbal leakage that is considered to be an instinctive fixed action patterns, often expressing emotion (2 words) body language
a nonthreatening and momentary greeting (2 words) eyebrow flash
what does a neck grab signal? doubt
a crotch adjust suggests a person has large ___? genitals
sensation-based happiness (2 words) feel good
a type of happiness which gives us the sensation that our lives have meaning and fulfill some larger purpose (2 words) value based
____ aspirations include personal growth and close relationships intrinsic
____ aspirations include money and fame extrinsic

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

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

12 Defense Mechanisms Crossword

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is the process of masking perceived negative self-concepts by developing positive self-concepts to make up for and to cover perceived negative self-concepts. COMPENSATION
s the subconscious or conscious process of blinding yourself to negative self-concepts that you believe exist in you, but that you do not want to deal with or face. DENIAL
is when you express feelings to a substitute target, because you are unwilling to express them to the real target. DISPLACEMENT
a defense mechanism is the identification of yourself with causes, groups, heroes, leaders, etc. you perceive as being good self-concepts or self-images. IDENTIFICATION
is the acceptance of the standards of others to avoid being rated as negative self-concepts by their standards. INTROJECTION
is the attribution to others of your own negative self-concepts. PROJECTION
s the process of explaining why, this time, you do not have to be judged as negative self-concepts because of your behaviors or intentions. RATIONALIZATION
is the process of developing conscious positive self-concepts in order to cover and hide opposite, negative self-concepts. REACTION FORMATION
is the returning to an earlier time in your life when you were not so threatened with becoming negative self-concepts. REGRESSION
is the unconscious and seemingly involuntary removal from awareness of the negative self-concepts that your ego finds too painful to tolerate REPRESSION
a defense mechanism is the process of trying to undo negative self-concept ratings of yourself by performing rituals or behaviors designed to offset the behaviors that the negative ratings of you were based on. RITUAL AND UNDOING
is the process of diverting your feelings about the negative self-concepts that you have of yourself or others into more socially acceptable activities. SUBLIMATION