Prime Theory Of Motivation
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Do the different levels of motivation follow the evolution of the brain?
10/10/2010
Has anyone tried to apply this theory in the field of sexual health promotion?
05/10/2010
Why is planning the highest level?
27/10/2010
Can you give me the briefest possible summary of the theory in terms I can understand?
30/11/2010
How in depth can we use the model of chaos theory for addiction
14/02/2011
What is the relationship between motivation and intention? Are they the same thing?
17/02/2011
I was was wondering how mindfulness and acceptance of urges (for example Marlatt's urge surfing technique) fits with the model, it suggests more of a detached observation of the urge/impulse as oppose
23/03/2011
can levels in the motivation system influence eachother. For example, can an 'urge' at the impulse level be 'evaluated' as something that needs to be avoided or controled and therefore influence subs
10/04/2011
Are there any specific research currently being conducted in support of PRIME theory?
30/04/2011
why is motivation theories important to an employee as well as employer
12/05/2011
does motivation is the result of person or situation
22/05/2011
Metacognition appears to feature in some of the newer CBT approaches, I'm assuming the planning, evaulations, and motives components involve regular cognition. But how does metacognition fit in with the model?
15/08/2011
Does prime theory provide scope for constructs such as thought-action fusion, which has been implicated in the motivation to act on thoughts in OCD for example?
17/08/2011
how might coping skills training exert its effect in terms of the prime theory model?
26/08/2011
What is the importance of motivation?
19/10/2011
who discovered the prime theory?
06/02/2012
What motivational theories are more useful and why?
07/02/2012
How motivating is money for older workers?
17/02/2012
with the increase in popularity of the recovery model, there is increased mention of recovery capital and the possibility that recovery is contagious (e.g., being discussed in terms of social contagion). I wondered if prime theory has any light to shed on these concepts?
27/02/2012
Which theory of motivation is the best fit for describing a person who derive satisfaction in completing a difficult task
29/05/2012
Has the Prime theory been applied to understand other health behaviours (diet and/or exercise) in obese adults?
15/08/2012
What motivational theory applied to a subordinate who is coming late to work and frequently absent and when he is there, he seems to tired and not interested in his work. This has been going on for the last three months. Prior to this time, he had been a reliable and good employee. The supervisor decided to have a conversation with him to discuss the subordinates situation. During the conversation, the subordinate does not disagree and he was ask for explanation. He says that his wife is sick and unable to work. He also says it is very difficult for her to care for their four young children. As a result, when he is not st work he has to care for his children. He says that prior to his wife's illness. they had enough money to pay a neighbor to help with the children and the housework. Ha has also been working 30 hours a week as a brick layer to help pay his wife's medical bills. The supervisor also ask how long his wife has been sick and he says about three months. Q 1, Which of the fou
26/09/2012
WHAT MOTIVATIONAL THEORIES ARE MORE USEFUL AND WHY
13/12/2012
So, what is every persons primary motivaton? Is it money, or self interest?
19/12/2012
How do models of implicit and explicit knowledge/learning fit into the prime theory?
08/01/2013
What is the role of culture?
18/07/2013
Has PRIME theory been applied with an offender population or within forensic services?
23/09/2013
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