Motivation and emotion/Lectures/Historical development and assessment skills

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Lecture 02: Historical development and assessment skills

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This is the second lecture for the Motivation and emotion unit of study.


Overview[edit | edit source]

This lecture:

  1. Discusses the historical context and development of psychological motivation and emotion knowledge.
  2. Explains the assessment, including how to:
    1. use Wikiversity for the topic development and book chapter assessment exercises and
    2. develop a multimedia recording
    3. complete the quizzes
    4. access additional support for completing the assessment exercises

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Multimedia[edit | edit source]

This video introduces motivation:

  1. The Power of Motivation: Crash Course Psychology #17 (CrashCourse, Youtube) (Watch until 6:04; total 11:19 mins)

This video explores some of the reasons behind why are approaching the assessment this way:

  1. A vision of students today (Youtube)

These videos explain the basic concept of a wiki and the purpose of the Wikipedia project:

  1. Wikis in plain English (Commoncraft) (3:53 mins)
  2. Wikipedia - An investment for your future; your children's future (4:10 mins)

Assessment examples[edit | edit source]

Here are some example topic development submissions:

  1. Topic development - Author guidelines - Examples

Here are some example social contributions:

  1. Book chapter - Author guidelines - Social contribution examples

Here are some example book chapters:

  1. Illicit drug taking at music festivals: What motivates young people to take illicit drugs at music festivals? (2016)
  2. Organisational change motivation: How can leaders build a culture of agility, adaptability, and resilience to deal with a constantly changing workplace? (2019)
  3. Phobias: What are phobias and how can they be dealt with? (2019)

Here are some example multimedia presentations:

  1. Artistic creation motivation: What motivates artists to create art? (2016; 3:06 mins)
  2. Dark humour: Why do we enjoy dark humour? (2019; 3:00 mins)
  3. Phobias: What are phobias and how can they dealt with? (2019; 3:01 mins)

Readings[edit | edit source]

  1. Chapter 02: Motivation in historical perspective (Reeve, 2018)
  2. Assessment
    1. Book chapter
    2. Multimedia
    3. Quizzes
  3. How to use Wikiversity

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