- The process of initiating a task and continuing it to reach a definite purpose. motivation it is said.
- Motivation is the beginning and end of an action.
- Motivation is a space force that drives a person to act.
- motivation of english MOTIVATION Hindi translation of the word which literally means Motion it happens. Which literally means to accelerate. i.e. the process of providing motion to do work motivation is called
- crche and crchefield Motivation answers our questions what, why, when, how.
- Good Motivation is the process of starting a task and continuing it to reach a certain goal.
- skinner Motivation is the highest highway of learning.
- lavelle Motivation is the process that arises for fulfillment of needs.
- anviral Motivation is the process that gives a shape to a person’s imagination.
- woodworth Motivation is the mood of a person, which motivates him to perform a certain behavior for the fulfillment of a certain purpose. Note:- Motivation is also called Heart of Learning, Rajpath Spirit.
Motivation was considered the first psychological principle in the field of psychology. With this part of motivation, the person works to maintain his prestige in the society. For this reason it is known as social motivation.
types of motivation
- extrinsic motivation
- intrinsic motivation
extrinsic motivation social/negative
- In this part of motivation, the person needs external power to act.
- The work done in this is less excellent and the person gets less self-satisfaction.
- Motivational element – punishment, reward, condemnation, competition, fear, humiliation, failure.
Internal Motivation :- positive/physical
- In this part of motivation, the person works to satisfy his physical needs. For this reason it is called physical motivation.
- In this part of motivation, the person does not need any external force to act.
- The work done in this is excellent and the person gets a lot of self-satisfaction.
- Motivational element – hunger, thirst, work, sleep, excretion of excreta.
principles of motivation
- Theory of Activism – Soulsbury Melmo
- XY Theory Theory – Douglas McGregor
- Try and Error Principle – Thorndike
- Regionalist Theory – Kurt Lewin
- Insight/Theory – Kohler
- Hierarchical Theory – Abraham Maslow
- Fundamental Theory – McDougall
- Achievement Motivation Theory – David C McClelland 1961