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    Default What motivates you? --The Motivational Behavior Test

    Hi everybody

    Ok--lately I have been thinking that a huge key to understanding a person is to know what motivates them.

    So, what motivates you?

    Please take this "Motivational Behavior Test" online at http://www.learnmyself.com/personali...otivation-Test and share your results.


    Here's what I got:

    Behavioral Approach 74
    Drive 58
    Fun Seeking 83
    Reward Responsiveness 80
    Behavioral Inhibition 81
    Avoidance 81

    You are a driven and motivated person, with a positive outlook towards completing tasks. You mostly work hard and play hard and are responsive to positive motivation.You sometimes have a strong drive for completing important tasks, but you will often not be driven if you do not feel the task is important enough. You actively seek out activities that will make you happy, including parties, hanging out with family and friends or even thrill seeking through sports etc... You also tend to be fairly impulsive.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. Your major motivation is to avoid things that you don't like. This can mean organising your life to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or to escape punishment or pain. You can also tend to be a fairly nervous person.

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    Behavioral Approach 49
    Drive 25
    Fun Seeking 67
    Reward Responsiveness 53
    Behavioral Inhibition 48
    Avoidance 48

    You are a moderately driven and motivated person, with a fairly positive outlook towards completing tasks. You are only moderately responsive to positive motivation.You do not have a very strong drive for completing tasks that you have set yourself, or even that others have set for you. You actively seek out activities that will make you happy, including parties, hanging out with family and friends or even thrill seeking through sports etc... You also tend to be fairly impulsive.

    You are somewhat motivated by the possibility of a reward for completing a task. You like the sound of a reward (such as a promotion or winning a bet) but it only moderately helps you to focus on a task and get it done. You are motivated to avoid things that you don't like. This can sometimes mean trying to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or attempting to escape punishment or pain. Sometimes you feel nervous.
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    Behavioral Approach 67
    Drive 42
    Fun Seeking 67
    Reward Responsiveness 87
    Behavioral Inhibition 67
    Avoidance 67

    You are a driven and motivated person, with a positive outlook towards completing tasks. You mostly work hard and play hard and are responsive to positive motivation.You sometimes have a strong drive for completing important tasks, but you will often not be driven if you do not feel the task is important enough. You actively seek out activities that will make you happy, including parties, hanging out with family and friends or even thrill seeking through sports etc... You also tend to be fairly impulsive.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. Your major motivation is to avoid things that you don't like. This can mean organising your life to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or to escape punishment or pain. You can also tend to be a fairly nervous person.

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    Behavioral Approach 72
    Drive 67
    Fun Seeking 50
    Reward Responsiveness 93
    Behavioral Inhibition 71
    Avoidance 71


    You are a driven and motivated person, with a positive outlook towards completing tasks. You mostly work hard and play hard and are responsive to positive motivation.You have a very strong drive to complete tasks that you have set yourself, or that others have set for you. You enjoy activities that you see as increasing your happines, such as gatherings with friends and families or enjoyable activities. You also can be impulsive at times.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. Your major motivation is to avoid things that you don't like. This can mean organising your life to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or to escape punishment or pain. You can also tend to be a fairly nervous person.
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    Good test, pretty accurate.

    My Results: http://www.learnmyself.com/personali...3-7571xb7d52x1

    Motivational Behavior Test - Report

    Behavioral Approach = 54
    Drive = 33
    Fun Seeking = 42
    Reward Responsiveness = 80
    Behavioral Inhibition = 57
    Avoidance = 57

    You are a moderately driven and motivated person, with a fairly positive outlook towards completing tasks. You are only moderately responsive to positive motivation.You do not have a very strong drive for completing tasks that you have set yourself, or even that others have set for you. You enjoy activities that you see as increasing your happines, such as gatherings with friends and families or enjoyable activities. You also can be impulsive at times.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. You are motivated to avoid things that you don't like. This can sometimes mean trying to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or attempting to escape punishment or pain. Sometimes you feel nervous.

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    Behavioral Approach 67
    Drive 50
    Fun Seeking 75
    Reward Responsiveness 73
    Behavioral Inhibition 57
    Avoidance 57

    You are a driven and motivated person, with a positive outlook towards completing tasks. You mostly work hard and play hard and are responsive to positive motivation.You sometimes have a strong drive for completing important tasks, but you will often not be driven if you do not feel the task is important enough. You actively seek out activities that will make you happy, including parties, hanging out with family and friends or even thrill seeking through sports etc... You also tend to be fairly impulsive.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. You are motivated to avoid things that you don't like. This can sometimes mean trying to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or attempting to escape punishment or pain. Sometimes you feel nervous.
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    Behavioral Approach 23
    Drive 0
    Fun Seeking 8
    Reward Responsiveness 53
    Behavioral Inhibition 43
    Avoidance 43

    You are not an overly driven or motivated person and you don't have a very positive outlook towards completing tasks. You are not very responsive to positive motivation.You do not have a very strong drive for completing tasks that you have set yourself, or even that others have set for you. You don't tend to look for fun activities to participate in and you are mostly not impulsive.

    You are somewhat motivated by the possibility of a reward for completing a task. You like the sound of a reward (such as a promotion or winning a bet) but it only moderately helps you to focus on a task and get it done. You are motivated to avoid things that you don't like. This can sometimes mean trying to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or attempting to escape punishment or pain. Sometimes you feel nervous.

    LOL. I'm not in a very good place right now.
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    Motivational Behavior Test - Report

    Behavioral Approach
    97
    Drive
    92
    Fun Seeking
    100
    Reward Responsiveness
    100
    Behavioral Inhibition
    62
    Avoidance
    62

    You are a very driven and motivated person, with a positive outlook towards completing tasks. You work hard and play hard and are very responsive to positive motivation.You have a very strong drive to complete tasks that you have set yourself, or that others have set for you. You actively seek out activities that will make you happy, including parties, hanging out with family and friends or even thrill seeking through sports etc... You also tend to be fairly impulsive.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. You are motivated to avoid things that you don't like. This can sometimes mean trying to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or attempting to escape punishment or pain. Sometimes you feel nervous.
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    Behavioral Approach 69
    Drive 75
    Fun Seeking 50
    Reward Responsiveness 80
    Behavioral Inhibition 48
    Avoidance 48

    So far it looks like reward responsiveness is a universal human preference. Makes sense.

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    Behavioral Approach 74
    Drive 83
    Fun Seeking 58
    Reward Responsiveness 80
    Behavioral Inhibition 62
    Avoidance 62

    You are a driven and motivated person, with a positive outlook towards completing tasks. You mostly work hard and play hard and are responsive to positive motivation.You have a very strong drive to complete tasks that you have set yourself, or that others have set for you. You enjoy activities that you see as increasing your happines, such as gatherings with friends and families or enjoyable activities. You also can be impulsive at times.

    You are very motivated by seeking reward for your behaviour. The offer of a reward (such as a promotion for working hard or winning a bet) will keep you motivated to complete difficult activities. You are motivated to avoid things that you don't like. This can sometimes mean trying to avoid activities you don't enjoy, or attempting to escape punishment or pain. Sometimes you feel nervous.



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