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Incitamentum

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Clark Hull fuit behaviorista qui theoria, incitamentorum drive-reduction excogitavit.
Theoria binarum rerum Herzbergiana.

Incitamentum est origo actionum, voluntatis, finiumque humanorum, necessitas quae satisfactionem poscit, atque inopia vel cupiditas quae homines gratia culturae, societatis, modique vivendi adipiscuntur aut etiam innata esse potest. Incitamentum ad mores novos aut iteratos instat et urget, copia quidem virium quae pone incitamenta agunt. Incitamentum hominis ab aliis aut eventibus moveri (incitamentum extrinsicum), aut intra hominem exoriri potest (incitamentum intrinsicum).[1]

Incitamentum a psychologis putatur una ex rebus maximi momenti quae hominem movent ut in cursu vitae progrediatur.[2] Ex interactione cogitationum consciarum et sensuum inconsciorum oritur. Dominatio incitamentorum ad usum sustentum et deliberatum sinendum est fundamentum altorum rerum gestarum graduum in provinciis athleticarum, medicinae, et musicae.[3] Incitamentum optiones inter alternas activitatis voluntariae formas regit.[4]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ryan 2000.
  2. Jodai, Zafarghandi, et Tous 2013.
  3. Ericsson 2016.
  4. Vroom 1964.

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