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How individual needs influence motivation effects: a neuroscientific study on McClelland’s need theory

Among frequently used motivation theories some are built on the premise of work happening in the 60s and 70s. Since work life has changed dramatically the question arises whether these theories are still valid. This study validates the long-standing need theory of McClelland (Am Psychol 40(7):812–825, 1985. doi:10.​1037/​0003-066X.​40.​7.​812) using neuroscientific methods as a...

Investigating Neural Efficiency in the Visuo-Spatial Domain: An fmri Study

The neural efficiency hypothesis postulates an inverse relationship between intelligence and brain activation. Previous research suggests that gender and task modality represent two important moderators of the neural efficiency phenomenon. Since most of the existing studies on neural efficiency have used ERD in the EEG as a measure of brain activation, the central aim of this...