Mcclellands learned needs model of motivation

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____10.McClelland's learned needs model of motivation suggests people have three particularlyimportant needs: achievement, affiliation, and ____:
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____ 11.As a motivational model, Herzberg's motivator - hygiene theory is based upon the conceptof:
____12.According to Herzberg's motivator - hygiene model, factors that are external to the job andare related to the context in which the job is performed are:
____13.The three critical psychological states that the job characteristics model proposes to affectinclude all of the following except:a.experienced meaningfulness of the tasks performedb.experienced personal responsibility for task outcomesc.knowledge of the results of task performanced.experienced personal growth
____14.According to Herzberg's motivator - hygiene model, factors such as company policy andadministration, technical supervision, salary, fringe benefits, working conditions, andinterpersonal relations are:
____15.In the job characteristics model, ____ is the extent to which a job requires a variety ofemployee competencies to carry out the work.
c.job feedbackd.skill variety____16.In the job characteristics model, ____ is the extent to which carrying out job-related tasksprovides direct and clear information about the effectiveness of an employee'sperformance.
____17.A sales representative for the company’s largest account lost the account to a competitor.According to the expectancy model, this mistake would be an example of which of thefollowing?a.valenceb.instrumentalityc.second-level outcomed.first-level outcome
____18.According to the expectancy model, a reprimand would be an example of which of thefollowing?
____19.In the expectancy model, ____ is the relationship between first-level outcomes and second-level outcomes.
____20.In the expectancy model, ____ is an individual's preference for a particular second-leveloutcome.
b.a third-level outcomec.valenced.instrumentality

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