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In learning theory, drive reduction theory is a type of motivational theory. Drive Reduction Theory, developed by Clark Hull in 1943, was the first theory for ...

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The Drive Reduction Theory explains that a person behaves in order to reduce his drives like hunger and thirst.

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Oct 6, 2017 ... Clark Hull's drive-reduction theory suggests that human motivation is rooted in biological needs that lead to drives that motivate behavior.

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However, in Hull's theory, drive reduction or need satisfaction plays a much more important role in behavior than in other frameworks (i.e., connectionism, ...

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Drive Reduction Theory was developed by the psychologist Clark Hull in 1943, as the first theory for motivation. It was one of the popular theories of motivation ...

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In the 1940s U.S. psychologist Clark Hull proposed a drive-reduction theory of learning. In its simplest form, the theory claimed that no learning occurred unless  ...

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Nov 11, 2011 ... Drive theories of motivation are based on the concept of drives, which are hypothetical states of tension or discomfort that motivate (or 'drive') ...

www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/mcat/behavior/physiological-and-sociocultural-concepts-of-motivation-and-attitudes/v/instincts-arousal-needs-drives-drive-reduction-and-cognitive-theories

I am a bit confused about the drive reduction theory. She says that drive reduces needs but in the analogy given she says the need is the water and the drive is ...

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The Drive Reduction Theory was created by behaviorist Clark Hull (1943). Hull believed that behavior was one of the ways that an organism maintains this ...