A motive tends to decrease in strength if it is either satisfied or blocked from satisfaction.



  1. Need Satisfaction.
  2. Blocking Need Satisfaction.
  3. Cognitive Dissonance.
  4. Frustration.

Some of the Frustrated Behavior:

–          Rationalization (means making excuses)

–          Regression (not acting one’s age)

–          Fixation (person continues to exhibit the same behavior pattern over and over again, although experience has shown that it can accomplish nothing)

–          Resignation (occurs after prolonged frustration when people loose hope)


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