OB11_TIF06 - Chapter 6 Basic Motivation Concepts MULTIPLE...

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Chapter 6 Basic Motivation Concepts MULTIPLE CHOICE Defining Motivation 1. Motivation is: a. a component of ability. b. situational. c. a personal trait. d. a constant intensity for each individual. (b; Moderate; p. 170) 2. Motivation is best defined as a process that: a. results in a level of effort. b. intensifies an individual’s efforts. c. accounts for an individual’s efforts toward attaining a goal. d. meets and individual’s needs. (c; Moderate; p. 170) 3. The three key elements in the definition of motivation do not include: a. drive. b. intensity. c. direction. d. persistence. (a; Moderate; p. 170) Early Theories of Motivation 4. The drive to become what one is capable of becoming is which level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? a. social b. self-actualization c. physiological d. esteem (b; Easy; p. 171) 5. The most well-known theory of motivation is Abraham Maslow’s: a. Theories X and Y b. Hierarchy of Needs c. Two-factor Theory d. Motivator-Hygiene Theory (b; Easy; p. 171) 117
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Maslow’s hierarchy has five levels of needs. Which of the following is not one of those levels? a. safety needs b. social needs c. hygiene needs d. self-actualization needs (c; Moderate; p. 171) 7. Which of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs deals with satisfying one’s need for hunger, thirst, and sex? a. safety b. physiological c. social d. esteem (b; Moderate; p. 171) 8. Self-respect, autonomy, and achievement are examples of Maslow’s: a. Self-actualization factors. b. social factors. c. esteem factors. d. psychological factors. (c; Challenging; p. 171) 9. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs are arranged in which of the following orders? a. physiological, esteem, safety, social, and self-actualization b. physiological, safety, social, esteem, and self-actualization c. safety, physiological, esteem, social, and self-actualization d. physiological, social, safety, esteem, and self-actualization (b; Moderate; p. 171) 10. Growth and achieving one’s potential are examples of Maslow’s: a. self-actualization factors. b. physiological factors. c. social factors. d. esteem factors. (a; Moderate; p. 171) 11. According to Maslow, when does a need stop motivating? a. when it is substantially satisfied b. it never stops motivating c. when one returns to a lower level need d. when one chooses to move to a higher level need (a; Moderate; p. 171) 12. Which one of the following statements about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory is not true? a. The five levels of needs are arranged in hierarchical order. b. Physiological needs are the lowest level. c. The lower order need must be fully satisfied before the next higher need becomes dominant. d. The need hierarchy concept has not been well supported by research. (c; Challenging; p. 171)
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