MGMT Ch. 7 Exam 2

Question Answer
Which of the following primarily accounts for an? individual's intensity,? direction, and persistence of effort toward attaining a? goal? Motivation
Which dimension of motivation measures how long a person can maintain? effort? Persistence
Which of the following is NOT among the early theories of? motivation? Goal-setting theory
Which of the following needs in? Maslow's hierarchy refers to the drive to become what one is capable of? becoming? Self-actualization
Which need in? Maslow's hierarchy refers to security and protection from physical and emotional? harm? Safety
According to Douglas? McGregor's Theory? X, a manager assumes that employees? ________. inherently dislike work
Which motivation theory is also called? motivation-hygiene theory? Two-factor theory
Which of the following theories proposes that people can be both satisfied and dissatisfied with their? jobs? Two-factor theory
Under? Herzberg's two-factor? theory, which of the following is classified as a hygiene? factor? Pay
Which of the following is a need that is identified in? McClelland's theory of? needs? Need for power
Which of the following statements is true according to? McClelland's theory of? needs? People with a high need for power and a low need for affiliation often make the best managers.
Which of the following is NOT a contemporary theory of? motivation? Hierarchy of needs
Which theory suggests that individuals prefer feeling in control of their actions and that anything that makes an enjoyable task feel like an obligation undermines? motivation? Self-determination theory
According to? ___________ theory, extrinsic rewards reduce intrinsic interest in a task. cognitive evaluation
Which theory suggests that goals should be specific and challenging and that performance feedback should be made? available? Goal-setting theory
Which of the following is a true statement about cognitive evaluation? theory? Extrinsic rewards will reduce intrinsic interest in a task.
Which of the following terms considers how strongly? people's reasons for pursuing goals are consistent with their interests and core? values? Self-concordance
Which of the following is the investment of an? employee's physical,? cognitive, and emotional energies into job? performance? Job engagement
With regards to? goal-setting theory, which of the following does NOT influence the goalsdash–performance ?relationship? Education levels
When people strive for advancement and? accomplishment, and they approach conditions that move them closer toward desired? goals, they are deemed to have? a(n) _________________ focus. Promotion
Which theory refers to an? individual's belief in being capable of performing a? task? Self-efficacy theory
Which of the following theories involves employees comparing what they get from their job to what they put into their? job? Equity theory
Which theory argues that the strength of our tendency to act a certain way depends on the strength of our expectation of a given outcome and its? attractiveness? Expectancy theory
Which of the following elements of? self-efficacy theory means to become more confident because you see someone else doing the? task? Vicarious modeling
Which element of equity theory is concerned with the fairness of the? outcomes, such as the pay and recognition that employees? receive? Distributive justice

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