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Motivation and emotion
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Motivation and emotion[edit]

A free and open textbook[edit]

Front matter
Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction
What is motivation?
What is emotion?
Relationship between motivation and emotion
Motivation - Biological motives
Hunger
Sexual motivation
Adultery
Alcohol consumption and sexual motivation
Gender differences in sexual motivation
Mate-seeking behaviour
Promiscuity
Sex offenders
Motivation - Mini-theories
Arousal
Flow theory
Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
Learned helplessness
Motivation and behaviour
Dieting
Exercise motivation
Gambling
Procrastination
Risk-taking
Sleep, energy and fatigue
Social inhibition
Violence
Motivation and cognition
Goal setting
Positive thinking
Motivation and culture
Motivation and indigenous Australians
Motivation and education
Student motivation theories
Motivation and sociocultural and situative theories of education
Goal-setting and educational achievement
Motivation and psychological disorders
Anxiety
Antisocial personality disorder
Dementia
Depression
Narcissism
Paraphilias
Neurobiology of motivation
Motivational toxicity
Motivation and self
Motivation and personality
Self-concept
Self-discipline
Self-sabotaging
Types of motivation
Achievement motivation
Aggression in the workplace
Self-actualisation
Spiritual
Unconscious motivation
Emotion
Aspects of emotion
Emotional expression
Emotion management
Emotional stability/instability
Basic/Core emotions
Ekman
Emotion and behaviour
Facial expression
Emotion and psychological disorders
Antisocial personality disorder
Psychopathy
Emotion and specific groups
Adolescence
Emotion and specific topics
Culture
Sport
Music
Sex
Sleep
Emotional development in children
Mood
Specific emotions
Neurobiology of aggression
Anxiety
Empathy
Happiness
Stress
Stress, arousal and coping
Stress and health
Theories of emotion
Cognitive theories of emotion
Motivation and emotion
Motivation and emotion in animals
Summary
Summary and conclusion