Overrewarded inequity exists when ones own outcomes

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104.Overrewarded inequity exists when one's own outcomes-to-input ratio ________ that of the referent. A)is greater than B)is greater than or equal to C)
is less than D)is equal to A
Page Ref: 300-301 Objective: 10.3 105.In equity theory, distributive justice is concerned with which of the following?
Page Ref: 300-301 Objective: 10.3 106.In equity theory, procedural justice is concerned with which of the following?
C Page Ref: 300-301 Objective: 10.3 107.In equity theory, an underrewarded individual is likely to ________.
Page Ref: 301 Objective: 10.3 108.The first variable in expectancy theory involves how much effort a person must exert to ________. A)attain a certain level of performance B)finish the job with the lowest possible standards C)receive a given reward D)finish the job in the shortest period of time
A Page Ref: 302 Objective: 10.3 109.The second variable in expectancy theory requires the worker to ask him-or herself: If I perform at a given level, how likely is it that I will ________?
C Page Ref: 302 Objective: 10.3
110.The third variable in expectation theory requires the worker to ask him-or herself which question?
D Page Ref: 302 Objective: 10.3 111.In expectancy theory, a person may have the ability to reach a certain goal, but lack motivation because ________.
Page Ref: 302 Objective: 10.3

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