Motivation-Motivational Process (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 19 - 24 of 46

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Question number: 19

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Stimulus motives differ from primary motives in that they

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Choice (4) Response

a.

are acquired through various forms of conditioning and learning.

b.

appear to be innate, but are not necessary for survival.

c.

are learned and necessary for survival.

d.

include needs for security, status, approval, and achievement.

Question number: 20

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At the highest levels of arousal

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a.

intellectual products exhibit great creativity.

b.

performance on the most complex tasks improves.

c.

the individual becomes emotional, frenzied, and disorganized.

d.

only biological needs can be met.

Question number: 21

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Term n-ach was introduced by:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Mc Cleland

b.

Jung

c.

Kohler

d.

Maslow

Question number: 22

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Motivation is the process of initiating, ________, and directing activities of the organism

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a.

sustaining

b.

surveying

c.

suspending

d.

supplying

Question number: 23

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The desire to perform a behavior in order to obtain an external reward such as praise, grades, or money is known as:

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a.

work motivation

b.

extrinsic motivation

c.

achievement motivation

d.

intrinsic motivation

Question number: 24

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Unlike other drives, pain is characterized by

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a.

cyclical occurrences.

b.

avoidance rather than positive goal-seeking.

c.

a strong link to estrogen levels in the body.

d.

acyclic occurrences.

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