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Ch 10: Glencoe Understanding Psychology Chapter 10: Motivation and Emotion

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The Motivation and Emotion chapter of this Glencoe Understanding Psychology textbook companion course helps students learn important psychological theories of motivation and emotion. Each of these simple and fun video lessons is about five minutes long and is sequenced to align with the Motivation and Emotion textbook chapter.

How it works:

  • Identify the lessons in the Glencoe Understanding Psychology Motivation and Emotion chapter with which you need help.
  • Find the corresponding video lessons within this companion course chapter.
  • Watch fun videos that cover the motivation and emotion topics you need to learn or review.
  • Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
  • If you need additional help, rewatch the videos until you've mastered the material or submit a question for one of our instructors.

Students will learn:

  • Homeostasis and temperature regulation in humans
  • Arousal approaches to motivation
  • Incentive approaches to motivation
  • Cognitive approaches to motivation
  • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  • Motivation theory
  • Hunger as a drive
  • Weight management issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Healthy weight maintenance
  • The need for achievement, affiliation and power
  • How emotions affect behavior
  • Emotion categories
  • Theories of emotion
  • James-Lange and Cannon-Bard theories of emotion

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19 Lessons in Chapter 10: Glencoe Understanding Psychology Chapter 10: Motivation and Emotion
Intro to Motivation

1. Intro to Motivation

Motivation is a word we've all heard: whether we're asked if we're feeling motivated or, even, what our motivations are. Where does the desire to do something come from? This lesson presents and explains three of the main theories on motivation.

Homeostasis and Temperature Regulation in Humans

2. Homeostasis and Temperature Regulation in Humans

Do you wonder how your body is able to maintain a consistent temperature? Have you ever questioned why you get goosebumps when you're cold? This lesson will introduce you to homeostasis and answer your questions about body temperature regulation and reactions, like goosebumps.

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

3. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Why is it that when some of our needs aren't met, it's almost impossible to concentrate on other ones? Psychologist Abraham Maslow spent his career looking for these answers. Watch this lesson to learn about some of his most important conclusions.

Motivation Theory: Needs-Based & Behavior-Based

4. Motivation Theory: Needs-Based & Behavior-Based

There are two schools of thought used to explain employee motivation in the workplace. Needs-based theory states that employees have certain needs that must be met in order to be motivated to perform. Behavior-based theory believes motivating factors influence behavior towards work.

What Drives Us to Eat? - Influence of Hunger & Appetite

5. What Drives Us to Eat? - Influence of Hunger & Appetite

Appetite and hunger involve the interaction of your brain and hormones, and they are further influenced by external cues. Learn about the role the hypothalamus, vagus nerve, leptin, ghrelin and neuropeptide Y play in driving your desire to eat.

Hunger

6. Hunger

Finding a way to address our hunger is one of the main motivators we have as living beings. But hunger isn't all about your stomach; your brain plays a key role in how you get the message that it's time to refuel. Watch this lesson for details on how hunger works from the brain's perspective.

The Issue of Weight Management: Obesity, Risks & Weight Problems

7. The Issue of Weight Management: Obesity, Risks & Weight Problems

Being overweight or obese are two conditions that have similarities in the problems they may cause, but they aren't precisely the same. This lesson will point out the differences and the unfortunate similarities between the two.

Eating Disorders

8. Eating Disorders

Many of us have something about our appearance that we'd like to change, but for some people these desires can develop into actual disorders. How are body dysmorphic disorder and eating disorders related? This lesson gives you a closer look at these disorders and the impact they can have on people.

What Causes Eating Disorders? - Risk Factors and Cultural Perspectives

9. What Causes Eating Disorders? - Risk Factors and Cultural Perspectives

This lesson takes a broad look at the causes of eating disorders. In addition, this lesson looks at what causes individuals to face higher or lower incidence rates of eating disorders.

What is Anorexia Nervosa? - Definition, Symptoms, Treatment and Prognosis

10. What is Anorexia Nervosa? - Definition, Symptoms, Treatment and Prognosis

This lesson explores what anorexia nervosa is and why it is so dangerous. It covers common symptoms seen in children who may develop anorexia as well as what anorexia will do to those who suffer from it.

What is Bulimia Nervosa? - Definition, Symptoms, Treatment and Prognosis

11. What is Bulimia Nervosa? - Definition, Symptoms, Treatment and Prognosis

This lesson explores bulimia as well as challenges many common misconceptions of bulimia. Specifically, this lesson describes the diagnostic requirements, the subtypes, and the treatments known to help with bulimia.

Maintaining a Healthy Weight: Strategies, Methods & Effectiveness

12. Maintaining a Healthy Weight: Strategies, Methods & Effectiveness

Three major but important strategies can help you maintain a healthy weight. Throughout this lesson, we'll take a look at exercise, diet, and (believe it or not) sleep as important strategies for achieving this goal.

Introduction to Emotions

13. Introduction to Emotions

When railroad worker Phineas Gage's brain was injured in 1848, his emotions completely changed. Find out what parts of the brain affect your emotional intelligence and what made Phineas go from happy-go-lucky guy to crabby curmudgeon.

How Emotions Affect Behavior

14. How Emotions Affect Behavior

The way we act is often influenced by the way we feel. But how, exactly, do emotions and behavior work together? In this lesson, we'll explore how emotions affect behavior, looking at the specific examples of motivation and aggression.

Categorizing Emotions

15. Categorizing Emotions

Have you ever wondered why you can react to danger before you even really realize it's there? Or why you can recognize an expression of happiness on someone's face, no matter where the person is from? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this lesson about the different types of emotions and how the brain processes them.

Theories of Emotion

16. Theories of Emotion

Have you ever wondered how your emotions are related to your physical reactions? Does your heart beat fast because you're excited, or are you excited because your heart is beating fast? Psychologists have taken a turn at figuring out how our physiological reactions are connected to emotions. Take a look at this lesson for more on the most important theories of emotion.

James-Lange & Cannon-Bard Theories of Emotion

17. James-Lange & Cannon-Bard Theories of Emotion

Have you ever wondered whether we have a bodily reaction or an emotional reaction to an event first? We will be looking at some theories from James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, and Schatchter-Singer that ask that same question.

Intrinsic Motivation in Psychology: Definition, Examples & Factors

18. Intrinsic Motivation in Psychology: Definition, Examples & Factors

'Intrinsic motivation' refers to performing an action or behavior for the sake of enjoyment. Learn more about intrinsic motivation, how it differs from extrinsic motivation, and the factors that promote intrinsic motivation.

Catharsis in Psychology: Theory, Examples & Definition

19. Catharsis in Psychology: Theory, Examples & Definition

Catharsis is the Greek word for cleansing and is used in psychology to explain the process of rapidly releasing negative emotions. In this lesson, you will learn about catharsis theory and take a quiz.

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