Lesson23TutorialF - Lecture:-23 Tutorial F Review Questions...

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Lecture:-23 Tutorial F Review Questions 1. Describe in brief the classification of needs with appropriate examples. 2. What is the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation? Discuss with examples. Multiple Choice 1 . The three key elements in the definition of motivation do NOT include 1. Drive 2. Intensity 3. Direction 4. Persistence 2 . The drive to become what one is capable of becoming is which level of Maslow's hierarchy of needs? 1. Social 2. Self-actualization 3. Physiological 4. Esteem 3 . Which of the following were considered higher-order needs by Maslow? 1. Physiological, safety, social 2. Safety, social, esteem 3. Esteem, self-actualization 4. Social, esteem, self-actualization 4 . A Theory X manager would assume employees would
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1. Like work 2. Seek responsibility 3. Need to be controlled 4. Exercise self direction 5 . Two-factor theory suggests that extrinsic factors such as _____ cause dissatisfaction. 1. Advancement 2. Working conditions 3. Achievement 4. Recognition 6 . Individuals with a high need to achieve prefer all of the following EXCEPT 1. Job situations with personal responsibility 2. A high degree of risk 3. Overcoming obstacles 4. Feedback 7 . According to the goal-setting theory of motivation, goals should be 1. Extremely difficult 2. Easy 3. Difficult but attainable 4. Just a bit beyond his or her potential. 8 . When people perceive an imbalance in their outcome-input ratio relative to others 1. An illegal situation is assumed. 2. They expect to be promoted. 3. Equity tension is created. 4. Turnover is inevitable.
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9 . The degree to which organizational rewards satisfy an individual's personal goals or needs and the attractiveness of those potential rewards for the individual is the ____ relationship. 1. Rewards-personal goals 2. Performance-reward 3. Effort-performance 4. Rewards-effort 10 . A theory based on "needs" is the premise for theories by all of the following EXCEPT 1. McClelland 2. Alderfer 3. McGregor 4. Maslow Basic Motivation Concepts True or False 1 . Motivation is a personality trait. True False 2 . According to Maslow, a need that is essentially satisfied no longer motivates. True False
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Theory X assumptions hold a basically negative view of human beings. True False 4 . According to Herzberg, the opposite of "satisfaction" is "dissatisfaction". True False 5 . Hygiene factors usually lead to job satisfaction when present in a job. True False 6 . The achievement need can be stimulated through training. True False 7 . According to goal-setting theory, a generalized goal will produce a higher level of output than a specific goal. True False 8 . Underpayment and overpayment, according to equity theory, tend to produce similar reactions to correct the inequities. True
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Lesson23TutorialF - Lecture:-23 Tutorial F Review Questions...

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