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the needs people may have. These needs may be categorised as physiological, psychological or sociological. The content theorists attempt to provide us with an explanation for ‘what it is which causes arousal and the start of behaviour’ (Burl & Williamson, 1987 p59).
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The link between stress and motivation will then be presented to conclude that not all stress is bad stress. Moreover, if the effects of stress are known prior and the levels are controlled to an optimum, is possible to produce high levels of motivation. Thus proving that stress and motivation are closely linked and in fact two sides of the same coin...
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