Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Motivation

Volume
Volume 7
Issue
Spring 1979
Title
Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Motivation
Abstract

This is third in a series of articles placing various areas of psychology in a Christian perspective. Biological motivation is seen as emphasizing how humans are similar to animals. Hunger, thirst, sex are discussed in detail with other biological motives discussed briefly. Cognitive motivation is seen as emphasizing how humans are created in the image of God. Self-actualization, cognitive consistency, and love are discussed in greater detail with other cognitive motives discussed briefly.

Author
Dr. R.L. Koteskey
Pages
3 - 12
Price
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