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Issues in the Psychology of Motivation
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Editors: Paula R. Zelick
Book Description:
In psychology, motivation refers to the initiation, direction, intensity and persistence of behavior. Motivation is a temporal and dynamic state that should not be confused with personality or emotion. Motivation is having the desire and willingness to do something. A motivated person can be reaching for a long-term goal such as becoming a professional writer or a more short-term goal like learning how to spell a particular word. Personality invariably refers to more or less permanent characteristics of an individual's state of being (e.g., shy, extrovert, conscientious). As opposed to motivation, emotion refers to temporal states that do not immediately link to behavior (e.g., anger, grief, happiness). This book gathers new and important research in the field.

Table of Contents:
Preface, pp. vii

Expert Commentaries
Commentary A: No Evidence for Different Features in
Patchwork Families and Controls, pp. 1-6
Helmut Niederhofer

Commentary B: Psychological Motivations to Choose
the Medical Profession, pp. 7-8
Luiz Roberto Millan

Research and Review Studies
Chapter 1 The Psychological Motivations to Choose A
Medical Profession, pp. 9-22
Luiz Roberto Millan, Marília Pereira Bueno Millan and Raymundo Soares Azevedo

Chapter 2 Assessment of Achievement Motivation, pp. 23-40
Sandra Winkel and Franz Petermann

Chapter 3 Psychobiology of Motivation: Old Field, New Challenges, pp. 41-52
Allan V. Kalueff

Chapter 4 Aging, Motivation, and Autobiographical Memory, pp. 53-64
Quinn Kennedy

Chapter 5 Affect-Behavior Associations in Motivated
Behavioral Choice: Potential Transdisciplinary Links, pp. 65-80
Marc T. Kiviniemi and Rick A. Bevins

Chapter 6 The Function of Family Involvement in
Adolescents’ Aspiration Achievement , pp. 81-96
Jane Elizabeth Pizzolato and Zenobia L. Slatton

Chapter 7 Achievement Motivation among Chinese Immigrant
and Chinese American Students: Examining Cultural,
Psychosocial, and Sociohistorical Contexts, pp. 97-114
Jennifer Jun-Li Chen

Chapter 8 Motivating Instructional Contexts, pp. 115-132
Shui-fong Lam, Tess S. Pak and William Y. K. Ma

Chapter 9 Relations of Fundamental Motives and Psychological
Needs to Well-Being and Intrinsic Motivation, pp. 133-146
Kenneth R. Olson and Brad Chapin

Chapter 10 Curiosity as a Feeling of Interest and Feeling of
Deprivation: The I/D Model of Curiosity, pp. 147-154
Jordan A. Litman

Chapter 11 The Art of Peace-Keeping: Different Tactics
in the Great Apes, pp. 155-170
E. Palagi and G. Cordoni

Chapter 12 Perceived Control, Motivation, and Task
Performance in Capuchin Monkeys, pp. 171-186
Michael J. Beran, Emily D. Klein, Theodore A. Evans, Rebecca Antworth and Betty Chan

Chapter 13 Managerial Coping with Organization Change:
The Role of Motivation, pp. 187-202
Amy Taylor-Bianco, Joseph A. Bianco, Rebecca A. Thacker and Eric A. Thomas

Chapter 14 Dispositional Goal Orientations, Motivational Climate,
and Psychobiosocial States in Physical Education, pp. 203-214
Laura Bortoli and Claudio Robazza

Chapter 15 The Roles of Transient Receptor Potential
Vanilloid 4 (TRPV4) in the Homeostasis of Body
Fluid Osmotic Pressure pp. 215-226
Hiromi Tsushima, Yoshihiro Hotta, Hiroaki Ando, Tunemasa Nonogaki and Mayumi Mori

Index, pp. 227

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   Pages: 255
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-631-2
   Status: AV
  
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