Manipulation Motive

Manipulation motive describes the desire for an individual to move and use objects in their environment. This term is typically used in regards to children and how they seek out and manipulate objects around them. Manipulation motive can increase or decrease depending on what is in the surroundings. For example, a toddler's manipulation motive would be much higher in a candy or toy store than it would be in a lumber store.

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