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Motivation and Emotions
Motivation and emotions are two psychological aspects that are related in line with the realm of cause and effect. Motivation is a mental state that influences an individual’s behavior with regard to working towards achieving his/her desired goals. Emotion, on the other hand, is a feeling that results from the motivation or the actions driven by the motive (King). motivation and emotions are closely related, the two concepts bear some fundamental differences. In psychology, motivation is a drive that activates, directs, and energizes behavior while emotion is a subjective and conscious experience that is portrayed by the state of mind, physiological expressions, and biological reactions (King).
Emotion is somehow different from feelings because it is private to the individual and is directed towards certain subjects. However, the concept of emotions is used interchangeably with “affect” that expresses the response elicited from an individual such as gestures and facial expressions. According to psychologists, the resemblance between emotions and motivation arises from three arguments. Firstly, the excitation of motives and emotional motivation influences behavior. Secondly, motives often go hand in hand with emotions. Finally, emotions are defined by their motivation or cause (King). For instance, happiness makes someone perform better in their activities.
To sum up, various theories have been developed to explain how motivation is related to emotions by illustrating how people intend to pursue things that seem to bring satisfaction, happiness, or any form of positive effects. Therefore, it is clear that emotions are outcomes of a motivated behavior and they may be positive or negative depending on their cause. In light of this, it can be concluded that motivations lead to emotions, which then dictate a person’s behavior in the pursuance of a given goal.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Works Cited
King, Laura A. The Science of Psychology (1st Ed.). McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2014.
 
 
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I see that you carried out research on this paper. Please read my comments and follow the attached links. Pay attention to the following areas.
Organization of Ideas
You should organize your sentences systematically to ensure that the reader understands the ideas developed in the paper. Generally, you can arrange your paragraphs systematically by ensuring they start with a topic sentence. Subsequent sentences should give supporting evidence. The last sentence of each paragraph should give a conclusion of the issues that have been discussed.
Style
You should avoid repetition and tautology by carefully proofreading your work. Please note that you should not include any sentence that does not build into the subject under discussion. In addition, all papers must have an introduction, body and conclusion.  The conclusion paragraphs must wrap up the issued being discussed and tie them to the thesis statement. The thesis statement comes at the start of your essay and it states very clearly what you’re going to do in the essay. It will be an important part of the first paragraph where you outline what you are going to do and, perhaps, how you are going to do it. Your thesis statement:

  1. Will be in the essay introduction
  2. Will probably be a statement of intent: This essay will examine the reasons for the growth of racism within our society.
  3. Will probably not be a simple statement of fact because a fact cannot be developed easily: The population of Pakistan is overwhelmingly Muslim.
  4. Will not express your own opinion: I believe that fundamentalist religious views are a major problem in American society.
  5. It is mostly not be expressed as a question because this looks rather cumbersome: The question I want to examine is ‘Can child abuse be completely eliminated from our society?’

Grammar
Read the following notes on how to write your sentences and how to avoid awkward wording.
Structurally, English sentences can be classified four different ways, though there are endless constructions of each. The classifications are based on the number of independent and dependent clauses a sentence contains. An independent clause forms a complete sentence on its own, while a dependent clause needs another clause to make a complete sentence. By learning these types, writers can add complexity and variation to their sentences.
 
Simple sentence: A sentence with one independent clause and no dependent clauses.
 
My aunt enjoyed taking the hayride with you.
China’s Han Dynasty marked an official recognition of Confucianism.
Compound Sentence: A sentence with multiple independent clauses but no dependent clauses.
 
The clown frightened the little girl, and she ran off screaming.
The Freedom Riders departed on May 4, 1961, and they were determined to travel through many southern states.
Complex Sentence: A sentence with one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.
 
After Mary added up all the sales, she discovered that the lemonade stand was 32 cents short.
While all of his paintings are fascinating, Hieronymus Bosch’s triptychs, full of mayhem and madness, are the real highlight of his art.
Complex-Compound Sentence: A sentence with multiple independent clauses and at least one dependent clause.
 
Catch-22 is widely regarded as Joseph Heller’s best novel, and because Heller served in World War II, which the novel satirizes, the zany but savage wit of the novel packs an extra punch.
 
Also avoid awkward sentences. Normally, our purpose in writing is to make our writing clear, easy and fast to read.
Sentences are awkward for several different reasons. Here are the five main ones:

  1. A sentence can be awkward because it is not parallel.

For example: I want to study law, to work hard, and becoming a good lawyer.

  1. 2. A sentence can be awkward because it has mixed construction.

For example: A person taking on the role of caregiver for another, a sick elder, perhaps, is a very demanding job.

  1. A sentence can be awkward because it has unecessary nominalizations.

For example: Attempts at explanations for increases in voter participation in this year’s elections were offered by several candidates.

  1. A sentence can be awkward because it has unnecessary passive voice

For example: Attempts at explanations for increases in voter participation in this year’s elections were offered by several candidates.

  1. A sentence can be awkward because it is full of wordiness and gobbledygook

Please reads my comments carefully.
Formatting
Please format your paper according to MLA standards. The title of the reference page is “Works Cited” not “Works cited”
 
I believe that you will study all the issues that I have highlighted. Your part of the bid is 80%. Your grade for this paper is 64, which corresponds to College C level.
 
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