Motivation, Thought, and Action

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The past three decades of research on human motivation have presented theories of cognitive decision-making that fail to account for numerous behavioral paradoxes such as the disproportional rise in motivation following the reduction in anxiety. This text provides empirical evidence and a broad theoretical framework for integrating cognitive, emotional and motivational psychology though a systems-oriented perspective.

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