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Unformatted text preview: 7/11/09 1:27 AM Blackboard Learning System Page 1 of 39 http://webct.latrobe.edu.au/webct/urw/lc9140001.tp0/cobaltMainFrame.dowebct View Attempt 1 of unlimited Title: Chapter 13 Started: 7 November 2009 1:26 AM Submitted: 7 November 2009 1:26 AM Time spent: 00:00:03 Current score: 0/120 = 0% This assessment is only partially graded. Graded Questions: 0/116.0 = 0% Ungraded Questions: --/4 Done 1. The arousal, direction and persistence of behaviour is called motivation. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. False 0% 2. True 100% Score: 0/1 Comments: 2. The satisfaction a person receives in the process of performing a particular action is called the extrinsic rewards. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. True 0% 2. False 100% Score: 0/1 Comments: 3. The most recent theories about motivation represent a perspective called human relations approach. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. False 100% Your location: Home Page Practice Questions Chapter 13 Assessments View All Submissions View Attempt 7/11/09 1:27 AM Blackboard Learning System Page 2 of 39 http://webct.latrobe.edu.au/webct/urw/lc9140001.tp0/cobaltMainFrame.dowebct 2. True 0% Score: 0/1 Comments: 4. Content theories, process theories and reinforcement theories are three categories of motivation theories. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. True 100% 2. False 0% Score: 0/1 Comments: 5. In Maslows hierarchy of needs theory, food, water and freedom from violence are examples of physiological needs. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. True 0% 2. False 100% Score: 0/1 Comments: 6. The highest level of need in Maslows hierarchy of need theory is the need for growth and self-expression. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. False 100% 2. True 0% Score: 0/1 Comments: 7. Existence and relatedness are the first two groups of needs in Alderfers ERG theory. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. False 0% 7/11/09 1:27 AM Blackboard Learning System Page 3 of 39 http://webct.latrobe.edu.au/webct/urw/lc9140001.tp0/cobaltMainFrame.dowebct 2. True 100% Score: 0/1 Comments: 8. Herzbergs two-factor theory divides work-related needs into two categories: hygiene factors and reward factors. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. False 0% 2. True 100% Score: 0/1 Comments: 9. Hygiene factors are the same as dissatisfiers and include company policies and procedures. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. False 0% 2. True 100% Score: 0/1 Comments: 10. The implication of the two-factor theory for managers is clear. Providing hygiene factors will eliminate employee dissatisfaction but will not motivate workers to high achievement levels....
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