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Introduction To Psychology (PSY101) Assignment No. 03 Due Date: 10 th July 2017 Marks: 20

SEMESTER SPRING 2017
Introduction To Psychology (PSY101)
Assignment No. 03
Due Date: 10
th
July 2017
Marks: 20
Assignment Objectives:
This assignment has been designed to:
 Get students familiarized with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
 Inculcate the analytical skills which help students to identify the basic differences in different
stages of the theory.
Question 01: (15)
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs has been discussed in lecture 26 of your course which is a
stage theory. Following are few images of advertisements, each of which depicts one
particular stage of Maslow’s theory. You are encouraged to read about those stages in
detail and then identifywhich stage each image depicts. Also give justification of your
selection by mentioning key features of that stage.
Image # 01

Image # 02
Image # 03
Please record your answers in the following table:
Image # Identification Justification 01 02 03
Marking Scheme:
 1 for identification = 3
 4 for justification = 12
 Total = 15
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Question 02: (5)
How would you differentiate between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation? Which works
best for you in your life? Give examples to support your answer!
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This assignment is from 26th lesson. So try to understand and share your view here.
thanks

How would you differentiate between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation? Which works

best for you in your life? Give examples to support your answer!

Answer: Intrinsic Motivation:

               Intrinsic means internal or inside of yourself. When you are intrinsically motivated, you enjoy an activity, course or skill development solely for the satisfaction of learning and having fun, and you are determined to strive inwardly in order to be competent. There is not external inducement when intrinsic motivation is the key to behavior or outcome.

Example:

   For example, many high school students don't enjoy doing their chores. However, they do them in order to avoid being grounded by their parents, to receive allowances, or for some other outcome .Intrinsic motivation is defined as performing an action or behavior because you enjoy the activity itself. Whereas acting on extrinsic motivation is done for the sake of some external outcome, the inspiration for acting on intrinsic motivation can be found in the action itself.

 

 Extrinsic Motivation:

Extrinsic means external or outside of yourself. This type of motivation is everywhere and frequently used within society throughout your lifetime. When you are motivated to behave, achieve, learn or do based on a highly regarded outcome, rather than for the fun, development or learning provided within an experience, you are being extrinsically motivated.

 

Example:

For example, one person may work at a company in order to receive a paycheck, while another person may be working at that same job in order to receive health benefits. Extrinsic motivation also includes performing activities in order to avoid punishment. An example of this is completing your chores so that your parents won't groun

Question 01: (15)

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs has been discussed in lecture 26 of your course which is a

stage theory. Following are few images of advertisements, each of which depicts one

particular stage of Maslow’s theory. You are encouraged to read about those stages in

detail and then identify which stage each image depicts. Also give justification of your

selection by mentioning key features of that stage.

 

           Images Number

              Identification

                  Justification

                   1

Love and Belongingness Needs

After the physiological needs and the needs for survival and for safety and security have been met, an individual can be motivated to meet the needs represented at higher levels of the pyramid. The third level of the pyramid are needs associated with love and belonging. These needs are met through satisfactory relationships— relationships with family members, friends, peers, classmates, teachers, and other people with whom individuals interact. Satisfactory relationships imply acceptance by others. Having satisfi ed their physiological and security needs, people can venture out and seek relationships from which their need for love and belonging can be met. Think about students of the age that you desire to teach. What do they need from their teacher and the people with whom they establish relationships that will assure them they are accepted?

                   2

The Need to Know and Understand

This motivation cannot occur until the defi ciency needs have been met to the individual’s satisfaction. As you can imagine, the need to know and understand is a primary area of focus for education and is a topic on which we will concentrate. One of our primary jobs as educators is to motivate students so they will want to know and understand.

                   3

Safety and Security Needs

After their physiological needs have been satisfi ed, people can work to meet their needs for safety and security. (But the physiological needs must be met fi rst.) Safety is the feeling people get when they know no harm will befall them, physically, mentally, or emotionally; security is the feeling people get when their fears and anxieties are low. How does this relate to students in school? What threats to their physical, mental, or emotional security might students perceive in school?

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