CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Learning and Pedagogy-Motivation Revision (Page 2 of 5)

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Incentive Theory of Motivation

A person is motivated to do something or an act just in hope of an incentive or a reward. Concepts of reinforcement and association are based on this theory.

Drive Theory of Motivation

People take certain actions or do some work to satisfy the internal tension that they are suffering from. This theory is generally used to satisfy biological demands as thirst and hunger. When we feel thirsty, we are motivated to get up and go to water place to drink it. However, limitation of this theory is that sometimes people even eat when they are not hungry which means, that not always this theory is applicable to satisfy biological needs.

Arousal Theory of Motivation

This theory states that a person likes to remain neutral, not too much aroused nor too less aroused. For this equilibrium, he takes various measures like when he is more aroused, he will try to relax himself, and if he is less aroused, he will like to take some adventures which cause excitement.

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