Mental Energy: Assessing the Motivation Dimension

MOTIVATION (Psychology)
DECISION making
MENTAL efficiency
COGNITION
COGNITIVE ability
MOOD (Psychology)
LIFE sciences
PSYCHOLOGY
COGNITIVE consistency

Abstract:The article focuses on the three-dimensional model of mental energy to its implications for measuring motivation. The model includes motivation, cognition, and mood. Mental energy has begun to evolve into a more parsimonious construct that will benefit from increased research attention through efforts sponsored by the North American Branch of the International Life Sciences Institute. To describe the motivation-inducement process was the purpose of most process-based motivation theories. Process theories are those which describe the motivation process and try to prescribe general interventions to induce human motivation process models. Decision-making theories present the cognitive process behind motivation. Theories which equate human motivation with exertion of effort are Sustained-effort theories.

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