Motives in Fantasy, Action, and Society (Chapters: 49) ; A method of Assessment and Study

Contributor(s): Language: English Series: The University Series in Psychology | Mcclelland, David C. (Ed.)Analytics: Show analyticsPublication details: Princeton, New Jersey, Toronto, London : D. van Nostrand Company 1964, SeptemberEdition: 1. Ed., ReprDescription: xv, 873 pp
Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Introduction; The Effect of Motivation on Thematic Apperception: Hunger, Achievement; Affiliation; Power; Sex; Fear; Aggression; The Method for Assessment of Motivation: Content Analysis of Imaginative Stories; Alternative Methods; Motivation and Behavior: Towards a Theory Relating Individual Differences in Motive Strength to Performance; Motivation and Perceptual Sensitivity; Personality Correlates of Achievement and Affiliation Motives; Complex Interactions Between Motivation and Situation; The Social Origins of Human Motives; Motivation and Society; Analysis of the Thematic Apperceptive Measuring Instrument: Towards Isolation of the Separate Effects of Approach and Avoidance Motives; The Effects of Test Situation, Pictures, and Other Intrinsic Factors; Appendices;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 2245-A Available IHS100633201

from the Table of Contents: Introduction; The Effect of Motivation on Thematic Apperception: Hunger, Achievement; Affiliation; Power; Sex; Fear; Aggression; The Method for Assessment of Motivation: Content Analysis of Imaginative Stories; Alternative Methods; Motivation and Behavior: Towards a Theory Relating Individual Differences in Motive Strength to Performance; Motivation and Perceptual Sensitivity; Personality Correlates of Achievement and Affiliation Motives; Complex Interactions Between Motivation and Situation; The Social Origins of Human Motives; Motivation and Society; Analysis of the Thematic Apperceptive Measuring Instrument: Towards Isolation of the Separate Effects of Approach and Avoidance Motives; The Effects of Test Situation, Pictures, and Other Intrinsic Factors; Appendices;

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