Motivation

Topics: University of Cambridge, 175, Cambridge Pages: 5 (823 words) Published: July 17, 2013
Contents

List of contributors Preface Acknowledgments i Introduction: inferences from verbal material Charles P. Smith

page ix xiii xv

PART I.

GENERAL ISSUES

2 Motivational determinants of thematic apperception John W. Atkinson 3 How do self-attributed and implicit motives differ? David C. McClelland, Richard Koestner, and Joel Weinberger 4 Thematic analysis, experience sampling, and personal goals Robert A. Emmons and Laura A. King 5 Motivational configurations David C. McClelland 6 Thematic apperceptive methods in survey research Joseph Veroff 7 Content analysis of archival materials, personal documents, and everyday verbal productions David G. Winter 8 Reliability issues Charles P. Smith

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PART II. CONTENT ANALYSIS SYSTEMS

Contents

Achievement 9 The achievement motive David C. McClelland and Richard Koestner

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10 A scoring manual for the achievement motive David C. McClelland, John W. Atkinson, Russell A. Clark, and Edgar L. Lowell 11 The motive to avoid success Jacqueline Fleming and Matina S. Homer 12 A revised scoring manual for the motive to avoid success Matina S. Homer and Jacqueline Fleming Affiliation 13 The affiliation motive Richard Koestner and David C. McClelland 14 A scoring manual for the affiliation motive Roger W. Heyns, Joseph Veroff, and John W. Atkinson 15 The intimacy motive Dan P. McAdams 16 The intimacy motivation scoring system Dan P. McAdams 17 Affiliative trust-mistrust James R. McKay 18 A scoring system for affiliative trust-mistrust James R. McKay Power 19 Power motivation Joseph Veroff 20 A scoring manual for the power motive Joseph Veroff 21 Power motivation revisited David G. Winter

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22 A revised scoring system for the power motive David G. Winter

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Contents Attribution and cognitive orientations 23 Personal causation and the origin concept Richard deCharms

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24 The origin scoring system Richard deCharms and Franziska Plimpton 25 Explanatory style Christopher Peterson

26 The explanatory style scoring manual Christopher Peterson, Peter Schulman, Camilo Castellon, and Martin E. P. Seligman 27 Conceptual/integrative complexity Peter Suedfeld, Philip E. Tetlock, and Siegfried Streufert

393 401

28 The conceptual/integrative complexity scoring manual Gloria Baker-Brown, Elizabeth J. Ballard, Susan Bluck, Brian de Vries, Peter Suedfeld, and Philip E. Tetlock 29 Uncertainty orientation Richard M. Sorrentino, Christopher J. R. Roney: and Steven E. Hanna A manual for scoring need for uncertainty Richard M. Sorrentino, Steven E. Hanna, and Christopher J. R. Roney

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Psychosocial orientations 31 Assessing adaptation to life changes in terms of psychological stances toward the environment Abigail J. Stewart and Joseph M. Healy, Jr. Scoring manual for psychological stances toward the environment Abigail J. Stewart Self-definition and social definition: personal styles reflected in narrative style Abigail J. Stewart Revised scoring manual for self-definition and social definition Abigail J. Stewart Responsibility David G. Winter

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