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Chapter 6 Basic Motivation Concepts MULTIPLE CHOICE Defining Motivation 1. Jim is a student who cannot work at writing a paper for more than 30 minutes, yet he can spend many hours writing comments on blogs. What accounts for the change in motivation in this case? a. his ability b. the situation c. his personality d. the congruence e. the structure of the task (b; Moderate; Motivation; p. 175) {AACSB: Analytic Skills} 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 an individual’s needs e. stabilizes over time (c; Moderate; Motivation; p. 175) 3. What are the three key elements of motivation? a. reactance, congruence, and circumstance b. interest, activity, and reward c. awareness, effort, and outcome d. stimulation, progress, and achievement e. intensity, direction, and persistence (e; Moderate; Elements of Motivation; p. 175) {AACSB: Analytic Skills} Early Theories of Motivation 4. What is the most well-known theory of motivation? a. theories X and Y b. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs c. two-factor theory d. motivator-hygiene theory e. cognitive evaluation theory (b; Easy; Hierarchy of Needs; p. 176) 5. 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. animal needs d. self-actualization needs e. physiological needs (c; Moderate; Hierarchy of Needs; p. 176) 1
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6. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs arranges those needs 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 e. safety, physiological, social, esteem, and self-actualization (b; Moderate; Hierarchy of Needs; p. 176) 7. Which level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs deals with satisfying one’s hunger, thirst, and need for sex? a. safety b. physiological c. social d. esteem e. psychological (b; Moderate; Physiological Needs; p. 176) 8. Danielle wants to become a surgeon, not only because achieving this goal will give her self- respect and autonomy, but also because she wants a job with high status and recognition from others. Which of Maslow’s needs is Danielle trying to fill? a. self-actualization b. social c. esteem d. psychological e. safety (c; Moderate; Esteem Needs; p. 176) {AACSB: Analytic Skills} 9. Hans derives a great sense of belongingness, acceptance and friendship from his relationships with his extended family. Which of Maslow’s needs is Hans fulfilling through these relationships? a.
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