Chapter 12Questions 65. (p. 372) ______ is defined as the psychological processes that arouse and direct goal-directed behavior. A. Stimulus B. Productivity C. Enticement D. Motivation E. Incented action Motivation may be defined as the psychological processes that arouse and direct goal-directed behavior.
66. (p. 372-373) A simple model of motivation does NOT include which of the following? A.
67. (p. 373) Jason's team lead has just told the group that if they finish the current project before then, they can have Friday off without taking vacation. The team gets right to work, being motivated by a(n) A. intrinsic reward. B. physiological need. C. high need for power. D. extrinsic
68. (p. 373) Maleah's management professor just told her class that the final exam is optional for students like her that currently have an A. She decides to take the exam anyway, since she likes the subject and wants to master the material. Here, Maleah is motivated to take the exam by a(n)
69. (p. 374) Which of the following is a need-based perspective on motivation? A. Expectancy theory B. Herzberg's two-factor theory C. Job characteristics model D. Goal-setting theory E. Equity theory In addition to McGregor's Theory X/Theory Y, content perspectives include four theories: Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Alderfer's ERG theory, McClelland's acquired needs theory, and Herzberg's two-factor theory.
70. (p. 374) Maslow's levels of needs, in order from lowest (most basic) to highest level, are A.