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The current study dealt with Patterns of over excitabilities and its relationship to mental motivation on a sample of 209 students of the College of Education, using the descriptive approach, by applying two tools Patterns of overexcitabilities and mental motivation scale, and the results resulted in the students who excelled in a large degree of Patterns of overexcitabilities, respectively (Sensual, emotional, mental, psychomotor, Imaginational). At the level of mental motivation, the dimensions came in succession to (orientation towards learning, creative problem solving, cognitive integration, and mental focus), with a moderate direct correlation between arousal patterns (psychomotor, Imaginational, and mental) and mental motivation among students. The researcher recommended building training programs that contribute to forming patterns of super-arousal and mental motivation among university students.
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