Chapter 10: Motivation and Emotion. Motivational Theories and Concepts. Motives – needs, wants, desires leading to goal-directed behavior Drive theories – seeking homeostasis Incentive theories – regulation by external stimuli Evolutionary theories – maximizing reproductive success.
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Chapter 10: Motivation and Emotion
Figure 10.2 The diversity of human motives
Figure 10.3 The hypothalamus
Figure 10.5 The heritability of weight
Figure 10.6 Rape victim-offender relationships
Figure 10.7 Parental investment theory and mating preferences
Figure 10.8 The gender gap in how much people think about sex
Figure 10.10 Gender and potential mates’ financial prospects
Figure 10.11 Gender and potential mates’ physical attractiveness
Figure 10.12 Homosexuality and heterosexuality as endpoints on a continuum
Figure 10.13 How common is homosexuality?
Figure 10.14 Genetics and sexual orientation
Figure 10.15 The human sexual response cycle
Figure 10.16 The gender gap in orgasm consistency
Figure 10.20 The amygdala and fear
Figure 10.22 Cross-cultural comparisons of people’s ability to recognize emotions from facial expressions
Figure 10.23 Theories of emotion
Figure 10.24 Primary emotions
Figure 10.27 The subjective well-being of nations
Figure 10.29 Possible causal relations among the correlates of happiness