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Motivation

Motivation

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Motivation can be defined as a condition that is initiated
by a physiological or psychological deficiency or need
of an individual,which causes the individual to behave
in a certain manner in order to achieve a particular goal
or incentive.
Physiological/
psychological deficiency
(NEED)

Achieve a particular
goal
(INCENTIVE)

Individual behaves in a
certain manner
(DRIVE)

Motivation consists of three interacting and
interdependent elements \u2013 needs, drives and incentives.
The Motivation Process
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Needs
\ue000A physiological or psychological imbalance leads to
the creation of a need.
Drives
\ue000Both physiological and psychological drives push
an individual towards achieving a certain goalor
accomplishing a certain task.
Incentives
\ue000Anything that can mitigate a need and decrease the
intensity of a drive is called an incentive.

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