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Unformatted text preview: r insists that the gates remain open. The title company has offered a $40,000 settlement. Tom
has decided to take the settlement rather than possibly lose in court if he w ere to sue the title company for more
money. Tom's decision is based on ________.
Ans wer: ris k avers ion
Gene is regarded by his peers as an extremely creative designer of w atercraft. He attributes much of his success
to his family: he w as raised by a traditional boat builder and from a very early age w as surrounded by boats and the
people w ho made them. To w hat element of the three-component model of creativity does Gene attribute his
Ans wer: expertis e
According to Maslow , w hen does a need stop motivating?
Ans wer: when it is s ubs tantially s atis fied
Tw o-factor theory suggests that dissatisfaction is caused by extrinsic factors. W hich of the follow ing is an example
of such a factor?
Ans wer: working conditions
Jasmine is trying to gain control of her department. Although she w ill be greatly compensated if she achieves this
aim and w ill gain control over many subordinates, the main reason she is pursuing this position is that she thinks
she can do the job better than her predecessors and w ants people to know that this is so. W hat need w ould
McClelland say primarily drives Jasmine in this case?
Ans wer: the need for achievem ent
Tony loves programming. He w as on the ground level of the computer revolution. This year his boss has set
personal goals for each of the programmers, one of w hich includes a presentation from each programmer about a
project. Tony is very annoyed because he has a tremendous amount of w ork to do and he'll have to spend the
w eekend, his perso...
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