Motivation Theories Quiz Students will complete this quiz to test their knowledge on the PowerPoint Presentation regarding Motivation. nac8p published on March 22, 201311 responses 1 5.0★ / 5 Questions in vertical order What is motivation? The forcing of others to do better The reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way Failure to comply to the requests of an authoritative figure All are true EXCEPT for ONE based on Herzberg's Theory of Hygiene and Motivational Factors: Motivator Factors are based on an individual's need for personal growth Hygiene Factors are based on the need for a business to avoid unpleasantness at work. Hygiene Factors are based on the individuals need for personal correction Positive Motivator Factors can motivate an individual to achieve above-average performance and effort. Examples of Herzberg's Hygiene Factors include all but ONE: Job Security Recognition Pay Physical Working Conditions What is valence according to Victor Vroom's Theory of Expectancy? The value the individual places on the rewards based on their needs, goals, values and Sources of Motivation. The belief that a person will receive a reward if the performance expectation is met. The belief that one's effort will result in attainment of desired performance goals Maslow’s Theory addresses: Humans have a series of needs that prompt motivation. Humans do not want more than they have. Humans have a complex system of getting what they want Who created the Hierarchy of Needs? James Maslow Urma Frankel Abraham Maslow Victor Vroom’s theory states: People are motivated to do things based on others’ opinion People are motivated to do things based on their needs People are motivated to do things based on the outcome/ reward and how much they need the outcome/reward.