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13 .   __________ is the withdrawal of negative consequences , which tends to increase the likelihood of repeating the desirable behavior in similar settings .
a ) Positive reinforcement
b ) Extinction
c ) 
d ) Punishment
e ) Parallel reinforcement
Answer:  c )   Negative reinforcement
14 .   Of the following , which is ( are ) a way ( s ) for managers to improve the chances that punishment will discourage negative behavior in employees ?
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4 .   In the context of motivation , direction refers to _ _ ________.
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5 .   In the context of motivation , level refers to _ _ ________.
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6 .   In the context of motivation , persistence refers to _ _ ________.
a ) 
b ) the amount of effort a person puts forth
c ) an individual ’s choice when presented with a number of possible alternatives
d ) the different needs that an individual is trying to satisfy
e ) the consequences of an individual ’s behavior
Answer:  a )   the length of time a person sticks with a given action
7 .   Which of the following is classified as a content theory ?
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8 .   Which of the following is classified as a process theory ?
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9 .   Which of the following content theories of motivation is associated with the needs for achievement , affiliation , and power ?
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10 .   According to McClelland , someone who seeks influence over others and likes attention has a high need for __________.
a ) achievement
b ) self esteem
c ) affiliation
d ) 
e ) relatedness
Answer:  d )   power
11 .   According to McClelland , someone who is drawn to interpersonal relationships and opportunities for communication has a high need for __________.
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12 .   According to Herzberg ’s two - factor theory , __________ factors are the sources of job satisfaction .
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1 .   The typical reward systems of organizations emphasize only intrinsic rewards .
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3 .   __________ are positively valued work outcomes that are given to an individual or group by some other person or source in the work setting .
a ) Expected rewards
b ) Implied rewards
c ) Valence rewards
d ) 
e ) Intrinsic rewards
Answer:  d )   Extrinsic rewards
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5.In the context of motivation, level refers to __________.a) the length of time a person sticks with a given actionb) the amount of effort a person puts forthc) an individual’s choice when presented with a number of possible alternativesd) the different needs that an individual is trying to satisfye) the consequences of an individual’s behavior
6.In the context of motivation, persistence refers to __________.
7.Which of the following is classified as a content theory?
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8.Which of the following is classified as a process theory?
9.Which of the following content theories of motivation is associated with the needs for achievement, affiliation, and power?a) Acquired needs theoryb) Hierarchy of needs theoryc) Two-factor theoryd) Motivation-hygiene theorye) ERG theory
10. According to McClelland, someone who seeks influence over others and likes attention has a high need for __________.
11. According to McClelland, someone who is drawn to interpersonal relationships and opportunities for communication has a high need for __________.
12. According to Herzberg’s two-factor theory, __________ factors are the sources of job satisfaction.
CHAPTER 6True/False1.The typical reward systems of organizations emphasize only intrinsic rewards.
2.In today’s economy, more and more employers are requiring their employees to be at work to ensure productivity; therefore, telecommuting is on the decline.
Multiple Choice3.__________ are positively valued work outcomes that are given to an individual or group by some other person or source in the work setting.

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