Chapter 7: “Motives and Goals: What do we want in life?” This chapter is very important because it attempts to give answers to fundamental questions such as: “What do we want in life? How do our drives, motives and experiences shape our personality?” For the second and last case study, you will examine these questions by analyzing a film focused on motivation and goals. You will apply and assess the validity of one of the theories presented in chapter 7. In this chapter, McAdams (2009) reviews three different approaches to human motivation: (1) the psychoanalytical approach (2) humanistic approach (3) diversity view Each perspective proposes that human behavior and self-development is fueled, driven and directed by the need to achieve and get certain things in life. According to these three different perspectives, what we want in life is shaped by both internal and external forces. For the second case study, you will do the following: Watch the film, Hector and the Search for Happiness. Write a brief abstract 150-250 words (it’s a summary of your entire paper). (2pts) Provide a brief introduction and summary of the film focusing specifically on the fundamental issues it addresses about human motivation. (1pt) Next, select one theoretical perspective from Chapter 7 on human motivation (psychoanalytic, humanistic, or diversity perspective) that you liked the most. Summarize this perspective and then use it to analyze (or make sense of) the motives and goals of at least one of the main characters in the film. (5pts) In this section, you will be graded on your ability to summarize and apply theory accurately to explain human behavior. Make sure to provide evidence and use concepts from the textbook to support all your claims, and include APA in-text citations. Make clear and logical connections. Next, provide your own personal reaction to the film and explain whether the theory you used for your analysis really allows for a full understanding of why individuals are motivated to pursue certain things in life (1pt) . Looking at your own life goals and strivings, discuss any commonalities or differences you see between the ideal professional self you are working to become, and the professional self of one of the characters presented in this film. (Example, if you want to become an educator, clinical psychologist, counselor, professor of psychology, social worker, run a for-profit or nonprofit organization, what does that ideal-professional-self look like to you? How is that ideal-self different from or similar to Hector or another character in the film? (1) Submission Requirements: The paper should be no more than 4-6 pages, including cover page (1), abstract (2) body of the paper (3) and references (4). It should be written in an essay format. The essay should address all the points listed above. Please ensure that you use correct APA formatting.