Motivation and Emotion is a semester-long undergraduate psychology unit. It will discuss drives and instincts, theories of motivation, consciousness and volitional behaviour, self-control, and self-regulation, the structure and function of emotions, relationships between emotion and cognition, and the regulation of emotions.
Students will be able to integrate theories and current research towards explaining the role of motivation and emotions in human behaviour.
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This is a support website for the Motivation and Emotion unit (7124/6665) being taught by James Neill Aug-Nov 2010-2011 at the University of Canberra.
The assessment tasks for this unit are summarised in the table below. Click the names of the assessment items for more detailed information.