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86. According to the four-drive theory, which of the following drives is thefoundation of competition and the basis of our need for esteem?A.Thedrive to acquireB.The drive to dominateC.The drive to defendD.The driveto bondE.The drive to learnThe drive to acquire is the drive to seek, take, control, and retain objectsand personal experiences. The drive to acquire extends beyond basic foodand water; it includes enhancing one's self-concept through relative statusand recognition in society. Thus, it is the foundation of competition and thebasis of our need for esteem.
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essibility: Keyboard NavigationBlooms: RememberLearning Objec
tive: 05-02 Explain howdrives and emotions influenc
e employee motivation and summarize Maslow's needs hierarc
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Clelland'slearned needs theory; and four-drive theory.
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: Four-Drive Theory87. According to the four-drive theory, the drive _____ is most closely
AACSB: Analytic
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essibility: Keyboard NavigationBlooms: RememberLearning Objec
tive: 05-02 Explain howdrives and emotions influenc
e employee motivation and summarize Maslow's needs hierarc
hy; Mc
Clelland'slearned needs theory; and four-drive theory.
Level of Diffic
ulty: 1 EasyTopic
: Four-Drive Theory
88. Which drive in the four-drive theory is reactive rather than proactive?The
AACSB: Analytic
Ac
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essibility: Keyboard NavigationBlooms: RememberLearning Objec
tive: 05-02 Explain howdrives and emotions influenc
e employee motivation and summarize Maslow's needs hierarc
hy; Mc
Clelland'slearned needs theory; and four-drive theory.
Level of Diffic
ulty: 1 EasyTopic
: Four-Drive Theory

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Term
Fall
Professor
Bridget Fieldman
Tags
Psychology, Diffic ulty, Objec tive, Analytic Ac

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