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Implicit motives

Author: Oliver C Schultheiss; Joachim C Brunstein
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"How do unconscious motivational needs (i.e., implicit motives) influence physiological, cognitive, affective, and behavioral responses to incentives? How can implicit motives be measured? How are they shaped by culture, how do they influence political and societal processes? Why are they often mismatched with the explicit beliefs people have about their motivational needs and what are the consequences of such
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver C Schultheiss; Joachim C Brunstein
ISBN: 9780195335156 0195335155
OCLC Number: 396179144
Description: xxvii, 563 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Power motivation / Eugene M. Fodor --
The achievement motive: a review of theory and assessment of n achievement, hope of success, and fear of failure / Joyce S. Pang --
The duality of affiliative motivation / Joel Weinberger, Tanya Cotler and Daniel Fishman --
Activity inhibition / Thomas A. Langens --
Content coding methods in implicit motive assessment: standards of measurement and best practices for the picture story exercise / Joyce S. Pang --
Assessing individual differences in achievement motivation with the implicit association test: predictive validity of a chronometric measure of the self-concept "me = successful" / Joachim C. Brunstein and Clemens H. Schmitt --
Computer-based modeling, assessment, and coding of implicit motives / Virginia Blankenship --
Learning and memory correlates of implicit motives / Michael Bender and Barbara A. Woike --
Properties of motive-specific incentives / Steven J. Stanton, Julie L. Hall and Oliver C. Schultheiss --
Biopsychological and neural processes of implicit motivation / Julie L. Hall, Steven J. Stanton and Oliver C. Schultheiss --
Factors that influence the relation between implicit and explicit motives: a general implicit-explicit congruence framework / Todd M. Thrash [and others] --
Implicit motives and explicit goals: the role of motivational congruence in emotional well-being / Joachim C. Brunstein --
Implicit motives: a look from personality systems interaction theory / Nicola Baumann, Miguel Kazén and Julius Kuhl --
Political and historical consequences of implicit motives / David G. Winter --
Research on implicit motives across cultures / Jan Hofer --
Clinical implications of implicit motives / Joel Weinberger, Tanya Cotler, and Daniel Fishman --
Competencies as a behavioral manifestation of implicit motives / Richard E. Boyatzis & Stephen P. Kelner, Jr. --
Motive training and motivational competence / Falko Rheinberg & Stefan Engeser.
Responsibility: edited by Oliver C. Schultheiss, Joachim C. Brunstein.

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"How do unconscious motivational needs (i.e., implicit motives) influence physiological, cognitive, affective, and behavioral responses to incentives? How can implicit motives be measured? How are they shaped by culture, how do they influence political and societal processes? Why are they often mismatched with the explicit beliefs people have about their motivational needs and what are the consequences of such mismatches? How can we use knowledge about implicit motives in clinical, business, and school contexts to help people achieve their goals? These are some of the topics this comprehensive book presents in 18 clearly written chapters, contributed by leading authorities in the field. It represents a state-of-the-art reference for all researchers and practitioners interested in human motivation. The first section portrays the three most commonly studied motives, power, affiliation, and achievement, and how they shape experience and behavior.

The second section presents classic and new approaches to motive assessment, including chronometric methods and the use of computerized test administration and analysis. In the third section, several contributors provide answers to the question why implicit motives frequently do not overlap with self-report measures of motivation -- a re-emerging fundamental issue in motivation science -- and what this reveals about how motivation can be measured and how motivational information is processed by the mind. The section also includes chapters about the influence of implicit motives on learning and memory, hormonal and brain activation responses to incentives, and the emotional and behavioral consequences of (in-)congruence between implicit motives and the explicit needs and goals.

The last section is dedicated to interdisciplinary and applied aspects of implicit motive research, ranging from the role of motives in politics and history, to clinical implications, to the assessment and training of motivational competencies in business and school settings. Bringing together exciting new research on a central topic in human motivation, this volume is an important addition to the libraries of personality, social, and cognitive psychologists, affective and social neuroscientists, clinical psychologists, as well as graduate students in these fields and practitioners."--GoogleBooks.

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