4 edition of Cognitive and motivational aspects of action found in the catalog.
by North-Holland in Amsterdam, Oxford
|Statement||(XXIInd International Congress of Psychology Leipzig GDR July 6-12, 1980) ; edited by Winfried Hacker, Walter Volpert and Mario von Cranach.|
|Contributions||Hacker, Winfried., Volpert, Walter., Von Cranach, Mario.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
The present issue. This issue of Reading and Writing compiles a set of six research-based articles that assess the role of cognitive and linguistic factors in learning to read in a variety of languages. Thus, the findings from the large body of studies on reading acquisition in English are validated from a cross-linguistic point of by: Presents a comprehensive theory of human motivation and action from a social-cognitive perspective. This insightful text addresses the prominent roles played by cognitive, vicarious, self-regulatory, and self-reflective processes in psychosocial functioning; emphasizes reciprocal causation through the interplay of cognitive, behavioral, and environmental factors; and systematically applies the 4/5(1).
A _____ theory of motivation focuses on mental processes as casual determinants ("springs to action") of the direction and intensity of behaviour cognitive The cognitive mechanism by which PLANS energize and direct behaviour is _______. Goal-Setting Theory. Another cognitive theory of motivation, the Goal-Setting Theory was proposed by Edwin Locke in the s. The theory explains that goal setting has an influence on task performance. Specific and challenging goals are more likely to motivate a person and lead to a better execution of tasks, whereas vague and easy goals may result to poor task performance.
Cognitive evaluation theory (CET): focuses on social and environmental factors and elicit and sustain (versus subdue and diminish) intrinsic motivation Cognitive evaluation theory: Assumes that intrinsic motivation is inherent and that it will flourish if circumstances permit. The social mind of the narcissist: cognitive and motivational aspects of interpersonal self-construction Frederick Rhodewalt; Uncertainty orientation and the social mind: individual differences in the interpersonal context Richard M. Sorrentino, Gordon Hodson and Gunter L. Huber; Part III.
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Effective social interaction requires sophisticated mental and motivational strategies. The Social Mind reviews and integrates recent psychological research on the relationship between people's thoughts and motives-their 'social mind'-and their interpersonal : Paperback.
Get this from a library. Cognitive and motivational aspects of action: XXIInd International Congress of Psychology, Leipzig, GDR, Julyselected revised papers. [Winfried Hacker; Walter Volpert; Mario von Cranach;].
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Motivation and Action, Third Edition, is a must-have resource for undergraduate and graduate students as well as researchers in the fields of motivation psychology, cognitive psychology, and social psychology, as well as personality psychology and agency.
An ambitious and original attempt to bridge the gap between thought and action, the Handbook is an indispensable reference for all social cognitive and developmental psychologists, investigators of personality and motivation, and advanced students in these areas.
Personal Control in Action Cognitive and Motivational Mechanisms. Editors: Kofta, Miroslaw, Weary, Gifford, Sedek, Grzegorz (Eds.) Free Preview. Cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational aspects of problem solving RICHARD E. MAYER University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.A. Abstract.
This article examines the role of cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational skills in problem solving. Cognitive skills include instructional objectives, components in Cited by: This book discusses as well the behavioral implications of consistency-seeking and the development of theories of cognitive consistency.
The final chapter deals with the extent to which the motivation for consistency is based upon cognitive or social consideration. This book is a valuable resource for readers who are interested in attitude formation and change, in particular, and those Book Edition: 1. In this chapter, the relation between cultural schemas and the personality will be explored.
By personality I mean primarily the emotional and motivational aspects of human behavior. The general argument is that it is through linkages with emotion and motivation that cultural schemas affect human action Cited by: 1.
viewed as cognitive phenomena, to be explained in terms of cognitive capacity, structures, and processes.
Motivation and emotion are often seen as peripheral or epiphenomenal in that regard, or worse, as potentially detrimental to reason and sound judgment. We call this view a cognitive-reductionistic by: How are social behaviors initiated, sustained, disrupted, and resumed. What are the cognitive bases of goals, and how are goals and actions affected by emotions.
Putting an end to the traditional, and unproductive, juxtaposition of motivation and cognition, this book relates these domains to shed new light on the control of goal-directed s: 1. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password.
The Social Mind reviews and integrates recent psychological research on the relationship between people's thoughts and motives--their "social mind"--and their interpersonal strategies.
The research shows that success in personal relationships, group behavior and strategic interaction Effective social interaction requires sophisticated mental 4/5(1). Motivation - Motivation - Behavioristic approaches to motivation: The behavioristic approach examines how motives are learned and how internal drives and external goals interact with learning to produce behaviour.
Learning theorists have taken a somewhat more global perspective when studying motivation than researchers using the biological approach.
The Social Mind reviews and integrates recent psychological research on the relationship between people's thoughts and motives--their "social mind"--and their interpersonal strategies. The research shows that success in personal relationships, group behavior and strategic interaction are all significantly influenced by how individuals interpret and explain the social world around them.
Cognitive, Clinical, and Neural Aspects of Drug Addiction focuses on the theories that cause drug addiction, including avoidance behavior, self-medication, reward sensitization, behavioral inhibition and.
9 The Social Mind of the Narcissist: Cognitive and Motivational Aspects of Interpersonal Self-Construction frederick rhodewalt 10 Uncertainty Orientation and the Social Mind: Individual Differences in the Interpersonal Context richard m.
sorrentino, gordon hodson, and günter l. huber Part III The Social Mind in Personal Relationships. In the late s and s, social learning theory was adapted to emphasize the cognitive aspects involved in learning from the social environment (Bandura ). In ‘cognitive social learning theory,’ emphasis was placed on the processes involved in creating expectancies of other's behaviors and how these expectancies guide one's own actions.
The book has five chapters and opens with a discussion of historical trends in cognition and motivation. This is followed by separate chapters on cognitive and coping processes in emotion, cognitive appraisals and transformations in self-control, an attributional model of achievement motivation, and cognitive control of : Shel Feldman.
This article examines the role of cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational skills in problem solving. Cognitive skills include instructional objectives, components in a learning hierarchy, and components in information processing.
Metacognitive skills include strategies for reading comprehension, writing, and mathematics. Motivational skills include motivation based on interest, self Cited by:. Self-regulation models of learning and performance have integrated metacognitive, motoric, and motivational aspects of problem solving within a cyclical structure.
We discuss how these task- and performance-related motivational beliefs instigate problem-solving efforts, and reciprocally how these beliefs are modified based on the outcomes of Cited by: Kuhl, J.
( b). Action vs. state orientation as a mediator between motivation and action. In W. Hacker, W. Volpert, & M. von Cranach (Eds.), Cognitive and motivational aspects of action.
Amsterdam: North-Holland-Publishing Co. Google ScholarCited by: As noted in the preface to his book, Social Foundations of Thought and Action: A Social-Cognitive Theory, Bandura began referring to his work as "social cognitive theory" because of its emphasis on cognitive and motivational processes that influence learning and behavior.