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The behavior that I tried changing was my spending money behavior My precise goal was to spend less money and not spend money on my wants I wanted to change my behavior because I would have more money for myself as well as for my baby Another reason why I wanted to change because of the fact that I am starting my own family and spending money on things I need and not on what I want is something I have to learn I kept track of my spending by tracking how much I spend every day and at the end of that week I would add up my total cost of spending for that week I continue this process for six weeksI believe my goal would fall under the Physiological Needs based on Maslows hierarchy of motive mainly because I wanted to buy things that I needed which was all the basic needs Pleasure made it difficult for me to accomplish this goal I wanted to hang out with my friends by going out to restaurants and shopping which was something that I knew I could not do being that money played a factor According to Maslows hierarchy of motive this obstacle would have fallen under Belongingness and Love Need I felt both extrinsically motivated as well as intrinsically motivated I wanted to change this behavior due to the fact of the external rewards The external reward is having more money in my pocket and being able to buy items my baby need I was intrinsically motivated due to the idea that I wanted to be proud of myself for being able to be a provider My goal involves the behavioral activation system BAS because I was more sensitive to rewards My goal was more approach oriented because I was more responsive to reward then threat of punishment I honestly believe my motive had contributed to my outcome My motive was the
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