Understanding Motivation and Emotion

Psychology

Quiz 5 :

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations

Quiz 5 :

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations

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From where does a person's high level of extrinsic motivation come?
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Which is the best characterization (description) of operant conditioning?
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Which of the following sentences best captures the spirit of extrinsic motivation?
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Reinforcement is to _____, as punishment is to _____.
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People experience intrinsic motivation because:
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If a person receives a paycheck for coming to work on time, then the worker becomes more likely to come to work on time in the future. This example illustrates that the paycheck acts as a(n):
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The behavioral view of learning assumes that learning is essentially a change in behavior, and this view emphasizes the effects of___as the cause of that learning?
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A(n) _is any offering from one person given to another person in exchange for his or her service or achievement.
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The study of extrinsic motivation revolves around three central concepts. Which of the following is not one of those concepts?
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Which of the following events leads to the learning of escape and avoidance behaviors?
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A teacher gives a child a time-out for teasing a classmate, and then the time-out succeeds in making the child's future teasing behavior less likely in the future. This example illustrates that the time-out acts as a(n):
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When a drill instructor uses orders, commands, directives, and in-your-face shouts to increase recruits' compliance, his approach to motivation relies heavily on:
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From where does a person's high level of intrinsic motivation come?
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The behavioral act of taking out the garbage in order to stop your roommate's persistent nagging to do so results in ___for the act of taking out the garbage.
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A(n) ___is an environmental object that occurs before the start of a sequence of behavior and attracts or repels the individual to engage or not in the behavior.
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Which of the following events increases the future probability of a behavior?
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Consider two different ways of motivating others by using rewards. First way: "Good job, you improved your penmanship nicely." Second way: "If you improve your penmanship today, then I'll give you a reward." Why is the first way more effective and less harmful (in terms of side effects) than is the second way?
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A(n) ___is an attractive environmental object that occurs at the end of a sequence of behaviors and acts to increase the probability that the behavior will recur.
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If a person takes an aspirin and the aspirin makes a headache go away, then the person becomes more likely to take an aspirin for a headache in the future. This example illustrates that the aspirin acts as a(n):
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Proponents of operant conditioning endorse the following conceptualization of behavior: S : R C. What does the "C" stand for?
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