What is the Freudian perspective on whether relationships are internally or externally motivated?
Inernally - Freud was a true believer in peronality being completely innate; moreover, relationships stemming purely from the psychsexual stages of development - along with a strong impetus throughout life in thanatos, oedipal and electra complexes Hope this helps!
Motivated is the past tense of the verb, to motivate. Motivated is the past participle of the verb " to motivate" and can be used as a Participial Adjective. Example: A motivated student can learn anything they wish to learn. (here "motivated" describes the student) So, yes! Motivated is an adjective AND the past tense form of the verb "to motivate."