Two Factor Theory

(redirected from Motivation Hygiene Theory)
A posit that emotions result from
(1) physiologic arousal and
(2) cognitive labelling of the arousal’s cause
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In order to set the theoretical framework, concepts from Herzberg's motivation hygiene theory are used (Herzberg, 1959).
They suggested that leisure agencies might use Herzberg's Motivation Hygiene Theory as a basis for designing strategies for recruitment, job design, and development of seasonal personnel.