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Exam 2 Study Guide

Exam 2 Study Guide - st edition of text integrity is called...

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Exam 2 Study Guide 50 Questions Total - 16 questions from Chapter 6 - 14 questions from Chapter 7 - 14 questions from Chapter 9 - 6 questions from Chapter 10 Chapter 6: - What is motivation? How does it relate to effort? - What is expectancy theory? What are the elements/components of expectancy theory? - What is self-efficacy? - What is goal setting theory? What factors are involved in goal setting theory? - What do SMART goals entail? - What is equity theory? - What is intrinsic and extrinsic motivation? - What is psychological empowerment? What is it made up of? Chapter 7: - What is difference between trust, justice and ethics? What are the types of trust? - What are the dimensions/elements of the trust model? - Remember note in lecture about trustworthiness terms (ability is called competence in 1
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Unformatted text preview: st edition of text; integrity is called character in 1 st edition, benevolence remains the same)-What are the four types of justice? Differences? How do procedural and distributive justice interact (what are the combined effects)? Know Table 7-2.-Know Kohlberg’s theory of cognitive moral development.-What does the application section of Chapter 7 say? Chapter 9:-What is personality? What are the Big 5? Know each type and be able to describe.-What is the Myers Briggs test? How should it be used?-What are Hofstede’s dimensions of cultural values? Know each type and be able to apply.-What is ethnocentrism? Chapter 10:-What are the types and facets of cognitive ability?-What is general cognitive ability?-What is emotional intelligence?...
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  • Spring '08
  • cognitive moral development, expectancy theory, Myers Briggs test, SMART goals entail, distributive justice interact

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