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ERG Model byClayton Alderfer
TANAUAN CITY COLLEGEAELE01MODULE 1HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONIn addition to these needs, Maslow also believed that we have a need to learn new information and to better understand theworld around us. This is partially because learning more about our environment helps us meet our other needs; for example,learning more about the world can help us feel safer, and developing a better understanding of a topic one is passionate aboutcan contribute to self-actualization. However, Maslow also believed that this call to understand the world around us is an innateneed as well.Although Maslow presented his needs in a hierarchy, he also acknowledged that meeting each need is not an all-or-nothingphenomenon. Consequently, people don’t need to completely satisfy one need in order for the next need in the hierarchy toemerge. Maslow suggests that, at any given time, most people tend to have each of their needs partly metand that needslower on the hierarchy are typically the ones that people have made the most progress towards.Additionally, Maslow pointed out that one behavior might meet two or more needs. For example, sharing a meal with someonemeets the physiological need for food, but it might also meet the need of belonging. Similarly, working as a paid caregiver wouldprovide someone with income (which allows them to pay for food and shelter), but can also provide them a sense of socialconnection and fulfillment.SECTION 5: MOTIVATION-HYGIENE THEORYAccording to Frederick Herzberg, the factors that produce job satisfaction are separate and distinct from those that lead to jobdissatisfaction.Herzberg found that that two sets of factors were involved instead.That means that the opposite of jobsatisfaction is not job dissatisfaction but, rather, no job satisfaction. Likewise, the opposite of job dissatisfaction is not jobsatisfaction, but no job dissatisfaction.Because it does not follow that if there is a feeling of no job dissatisfaction that you areautomatically satisfied with your job.Herzberg’s two-factor model is depicted in the two different sets of need below and thecorresponding factors that trigger them:Need of ManFactorsa.need to avoid painhygiene factorswhich induce pain avoidance behavior(absence will result to job dissatisfaction) Job context or extrinsic of the jobpay, security,work condition(other people will give you no job dissatisfaction)b.need for achievementmotivational factorsor stimuli for achievement and growth need(presence will yield satisfaction)Job content or intrinsic of the jobrecognition,advancementand growth(job satisfaction is being felt inside the person)SECTION 6: BEHAVIOR MODIFICATIONBurrhus Frederic “B.F.” Skinner developed a model based on the premisethat behavior is controlled by the nature of its consequence. Thelikelihoodthatbehaviorwillberepeatedincreaseswhenitisaccompanied by favorable consequences while it decreases when it isaccompanied by unfavorable consequences.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Daniela Daculan
Tags
Psychology, Abraham H Maslow, Tanauan City College

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