What you’ll learn to do: explain process-based theories of motivation
In contrast to needs-based theories, process-based theories see motivation as a rational process: individuals perceive their environment, analyze it, develop reactions and feelings, and respond in certain ways. Two main process-based theories are equity theory and expectancy theory.
Contributors and Attributions
- Introduction to Process-Based Theories of Motivation. Authored by: David J. Thompson and Lumen Learning. License: CC BY: Attribution