The course provides an understanding of two important concepts in human behaviour (Motivation and Emotion) focusing on their psychological background. Relevant theories also would be examined in relation to real life situations.
Introduction and importance of motivation.
Physiological basis of motivation
Classification, Specificity and social aspect of motivation
Theories of Motivation
The nature and function of emotion
Specificity and universality of emotional expression
Theories of Emotion
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