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Applications Of Motivation In Learning Theory

Applications Of Motivation In Learning Theory

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Read Applications of Motivation in Learning Theory, and select one option to complete the assignment. You can choose from the following options:

  • Option 1: Forensic Psychology Literature Handout
  • Option 2: Health and Sports Psychology Literature Chapter

Format your assignment in accordance with APA guidelines.  Please reference at least two peer reviewed journal articles.

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Applications of Motivational Learning Theory

Select and complete one of the following assignments:

Option 1: Forensic Psychology Literature Handout

Option 2: Health and Sports Psychology Literature Chapter

Option 1: Forensic Psychology Literature Handout

Select an infamous serial killer and perform an analysis of this individual’s motivation, in terms of at least two of the four learning theories.

Prepare a 3- to 5-page handout for police officers, explaining the behavior of serial killers in terms of established learning theories and theories of motivation.

Address the following in your handout:

· Identification of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards in the killers’ behaviors

· Demonstration of application of theory-based motivation (expectancy-value, self-worth, social comparison, and so forth) for how serial killers may have been motivated to learn such violent behavior

Option 2: Health and Sports Psychology Literature Chapter

Write a chapter on motivation for a book on coaching Olympic athletes in a sport of your choice. Use (and identify) each of the four learning theories in your exposition.

Address the following in your chapter:

· Identification of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards in developing and practicing Olympic competitor-level athletic and/or sport skills

· Demonstration of application of theory-based motivation (expectancy-value, self-worth, social comparison, and so forth) for motivating athletes to push themselves to their highest competitive levels

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