500 Days of Summer Motivation and Emotion Analysis

500 Days of Summer Motivation and Emotion Analysis
500 Days of Summer Motivation and Emotion Analysis
500 Days of Summer Motivation and Emotion Analysis
500 Days of Summer Motivation and Emotion Analysis
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This worksheet is meant to accompany the film "500 Days of Summer" as a means of showing various concepts at the conclusion of the Motivation and Emotion unit in a Psychology or AP Psychology class. Students pick one of the main characters (Tom or Summer) and apply various psychological theories to describe/explain their motivation, emotion, and stress as represented in the film.

Concepts applied include need for achievement, need for intimacy, need for power, types of conflicts (approach-approach, approach-avoidance, avoidance-avoidance), extrinsic vs. intrinsic motivation, Theory X vs. Theory Y management styles, flow, Type A vs. Type B stress experience, and emotion theories (James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, and Singer-Schachter).

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