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101.One of your fellow team members at work is continually disrupting the team's work with jokes and general horseplay. You hope that by ignoring him he will stop this senseless behavior. You are attempting to use which reinforcement tool?
e.Desired behavior is reinforced annually
102.Which theory proposes that an individual’s motivation can result not just from direct experience of rewards and punishments but also from the person’s thoughts and beliefs and his or her observations of other people’s behavior?
b.Hierarchy of needs theory
d.Experiential learning theory
e.Social learning theory
103.occurs when an individual sees others perform certain behaviors and get rewarded for them.
104.At Rightway Industries, new hires spend a significant portion of their first week of training just walking around the factory, observing other workers and watching them get rewarded for doing their jobs well. This is an example of:
105.Which of the following is the application of motivational theories to the structure of work for improving productivity and satisfaction?
106.Larry is looking for ways to increase the number of different tasks that an employee performs without increasing task complexity. He should try:
107.systematically moves employees from one job to another, thereby increasing the number of different tasks an employee performs without increasing the complexity of any one job.
e.None of these
108.A job design that incorporates achievement, recognition, and other high-level motivators into the work is referred to as:
e.none of these.
109.Karen is a first line supervisor at Wolfs, Inc. She wishes to increase her employee's opportunities for growth and learning. Which of the following techniques should she use?
110.is an important part of the job characteristics model.
a.Critical psychological states
b.A hierarchy of needs
c.Schedules of reinforcement