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Implicit motives

Implicit motives

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motivation (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Oliver C. Schultheiss, Joachim C. Brunstein.
    ContributionsSchultheiss, Oliver C., 1967-, Brunstein, Joachim C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF503 .I47 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23533920M
    ISBN 109780195335156
    LC Control Number2009021960

    Selling point: The book provides the first overview of the field of implicit motive research in almost 20 years and brings together the world's leading experts on implicit motives. It contains original contributions featuring theoretical models and empirical findings some of which are presented here for the first time at full length. CHAPTER 7 IMPLICIT MOTIVES Implicit Motives Acquired Needs Social Needs How Implicit Motives, as Acquired Psychological Needs, Motivate Behavior Achievement Origins of the Need for Achievement Atkinson’s Model Achievement for the Future Dynamics-of-Action Model

    The Implicit project has over 2 million people who have participated. AG: Actually over 16 million people. We started in and there are now 14 different versions of it on the website now.   Psychological needs and implicit motives 1. 1 Motivation & Emotion Dr James Neill Centre for Applied Psychology University of Canberra Image source Psychological needs & implicit motives 2. 2 1. Psychological needs (Ch 6) 2.

    Interactions (PSI) Theory Motives in PSI Theory. Four Types of Motives—Four Basic Needs. Toward a Functional Explanation for Chronic Need Frustration. Motives in the Context of Counseling. Working with Implicit Motives: Some Suggestions for Training. ReferencesCited by: 6. 1. Introduction. Research on personality dispositions in humans has identified two basic interpersonal motives: the power motive, defined as an enduring preference for having impact on other people, and the affiliation motive, defined as an enduring preference for close, warm relationships (McClelland, ).They are called implicit motives because they operate outside Cited by:


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This chapter provides an overview of the history of research on implicit motives. Six common principles of implicit motive research are laid out: (1) Implicit motives are nonconscious, (2) motive arousal is associated with characteristic changes in thought content and behavior, (3) motives act as affect amplifiers, (4) motives interact with situational incentives to shape behavior, (5).

This book is a great tour of the research Implicit motives book Implicit Motives and the introduction is a tour do force of the history of research in this area.

Having worked as a practitioner using implicit motives to help clients understand why they do the things they do and often wished there was more up-to-date documentation of recent research this book is 5/5(4). - How can we use knowledge about implicit motives in clinical, business, and school contexts to help people achieve their goals.

These are some of the topics this comprehensive book presents in 18 clearly written chapters, contributed by leading authorities in the field. implicit motives. When facing standards of excellence, people's emotional reactions vary-High need for achievement individuals generally respond with approach-oriented emotions (e.g., hope) and behaviors,-whereas low need for achievement.

The book provides the first overview of the field of implicit motive research in almost 20 years and brings together the world's leading experts on implicit motives. It contains original contributions featuring theoretical models and empirical findings some of which are presented here for the first time at full length.

The section also includes chapters about the influence of implicit motives on learning and memory, hormonal and brain activation responses to incentives, and the emotional and behavioral consequences of (in-)congruence between implicit motives and the explicit needs and goals.

Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: and coding of implicit motives / Virginia Blankenship --Learning and memory correlates of implicit motives / Michael Bender Steven J.

Stanton and Oliver C. Schultheiss --Factors that influence the relation between implicit and explicit motives: a general implicit-explicit congruence.

Theoretical Concepts and Background. From its beginnings, research into the motives behind people's efforts to be successful (the achievement motive), have an impact on others (the power motive), establish and maintain social contact with others (the affiliation motive), and become involved in affectionate relationships (intimacy motive) has been bound up with the question of Cited by: This chapter provides an outline of Personality Systems Interaction (PSI) theory and its contribution to an understanding of implicit motives.

It will be argued that the concept of motive can be applied across preconceptual, conceptual, and self-regulatory levels of analysis, which are related to three different motive measures (i.e., TAT/PSE, grid technique, and OMT, Author: Nicola Baumann.

In contrast to implicit motives, which tend to be aroused by affective incentives promising rewarding emotions, explicit motives are elicited by rational incentives including social expectations, demands, and external rewards (Koestner, Weinberger, & McClelland, ).

Whereas implicit motives are formed starting in the first few years of life Cited by: 5. This lecture discusses implicit motives in the context of the psychology of motivation. eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book that can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.

Power and goal pursuit Is the implicit power motive bad. Four additional social needs Summary Outline – Implicit. Implicit motives are activated by nonverbal cues such as emotional facial expressions (Schultheiss and Hale ; faces signaling both high and low.

The Implicit Motives of Terrorist Groups: How the Needs for Affiliation and Power Translate into Death and Destruction Article (PDF Available) in Political Psychology 29(1). Implicit motives and explicit goals: the role of motivational congruence in emotional well-being / Joachim C.

Brunstein ; Implicit motives: a look from personality systems interaction theory / Nicola Baumann, Miguel Kazén and Julius Kuhl ; Political and historical consequences of implicit motives / David G.

Winter. Buy Implicit Motives Books online at best prices in India by Oliver Schultheiss,Oliver C Schultheiss,Joachim C Brunstein from Buy Implicit Motives online of India’s Largest Online Book Store, Only Genuine Products. Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available.

Implicit and explicit motives are responsive to different types of incentives – implicit achievement motives are responsive to incentives inherent in an activity or task (difficulty and challenge); explicit achievement motives are responsive to evaluative or social incentives (e.g., competition for social recognition).Cited by: Implicit Motives - Historical Roots, Current Status and Measurement Course Advanced Organizational Psychology Grade 1,3 Author Cand.-Psych.

Amir Ghoniem (Author) Year Pages 30 Catalog Number V ISBN (eBook) File size KB. The definition of implicit is, “implied or understood though not plainly or directly expressed.” Something is, therefore, implicit when it is not directly stated but is either suggested in the wording or necessary to effectuate the purpose.

For example, There is a morality implicit in his writings. She implicitly said she likes white shoes. This online diary study investigated how motives interact with goal pursuit to predict daily autobiographical experiences. Participants (N =) completed measures of implicit and explicit achievement, provided daily memories and reports of their goal pursuit during a three-week diary period.A stronger implicit achievement motive at the onset of the study was associated with Cited by: 9.

Oliver C. Schultheiss Implicit motives 5 The affiliation motive At the core of the affiliation motive is a capacity to derive satisfaction from establishing, maintaining, and restoring positive relationships with others (Atkinson, Heyns, & Veroff, ).

Individuals high in this need respond with approach behavior to nonverbal signals of affiliation,File Size: KB. -Implicit motives predicted people's behavior and performance, whereas explicit motives predicted only people's attitudes and values Acquired Needs.

Over time, we acquire preferences for those particular situations, hobbies, and careers that are associated with our acquired needs.

The authors' arguments about the situational susceptibility of implicit motives are mostly based on fundamental theoretical assumptions about the operation of implicit motives that are concisely summarized by a chapter in a book by Schultheiss.

Among other things, these assumptions imply that persons are sensitive to specific motive-relevant by: 2.This chapter reviews the literature on congruence (consistency) between implicit (unconscious) and explicit (conscious) motives. The prevailing wisdom that implicit and explicit motives are uncorrelated is shown to be incorrect.

When methodological shortcomings of past research (e.g., unreliability of measurement) are overcome, implicit and explicit motives are positively by: