BUS 322 BUS322 Week 3 Quiz 3 (Strayer)




BUS 322 Week 3 Quiz 3

  1. A key understanding to the relationship between hygiene and motivation factors is that:
  2. The proposition that a person’s life was founded on the compulsion to work and the power of love is related to the:
  3. Modern management practices such as employee management recognition programs, flexible benefit packages, and stock ownership plans emphasize:
  4. Eustress most accurately reflects:
  5. The importance and value placed on a reward in expectancy theory is known as:
  6. All of the following are need for achievement concerns except:
  7. Alderfer’s growth need category corresponds to Maslow’s:
  8. The belief that performance is connected to rewards is known as:
  9. The expectancy theory of motivation focuses on:
  10. Which of the following is considered a motivating factor in Herzberg’s two-factor theory?
  11. All of the following are drives or needs that underlie employee motivation Except:
  12. According to Herzberg, which of the following factors are related to job dissatisfaction?
  13. Maslow’s progression hypothesis states that:
  14. Which of the following has been identified as both a hygiene and motivational factor in research done on Herzberg’s two-factor theory?
  15. The process of arousing and sustaining goal-directed behavior is called:
  16. Intuitors, in terms of learning, prefer:
  17. An important intermediate step between goal acceptance and goal accomplishment is:
  18. An informational cue that indicates the degree to which a person behaves the same way in other situations is known as ________.
  19. The process of modifying behavior so that a conditioned stimulus is paired with an unconditioned stimulus and elicits an unconditioned response is known as:
  20. Social learning theory is based on the belief that:
  21. An important aspect of a mentoring relationship is:
  22. All of the following are generally considered to be good characteristics of work goals except:
  23. A non-response approach that weakens a behavior is known as ________.
  24. Which of the following is NOT considered to be one of the four sources of task-specific self-efficacy critical to the social learning theory of Albert Bandura?
  25. Reinforcement and punishment represent:
  26. Kelley proposed that individuals make attributions based on information gathered in the form of:
  27. In the context of schedules of reinforcement, if a random number of responses must be emitted before reinforcement occurs, it is a ________ schedule.
  28. All of the following are problems that contribute to the inaccuracy of performance appraisals except:
  29. In the animal learning research by Pavlov, the sound of the bell was the:
  30. Traditional organizational reward systems in the United States place value on: