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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Education
Subject Education Test 87
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer of Education Online Test No. 87

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The achievement motivation theory of McClelland is explained in terms of:

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“The need for achievement” was first de- fined largely on the basis of clinical studies done by:

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Most of the research on intrinsic motivation has concentrated on the interaction has concentrated on the interaction between:

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The expectations or goal that one sets to achieve in future keeping in view his past performance is called:

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Curiosity comes under:

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Goal refers to:

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“Mobilisation of bodily energy” is other- wise known as:

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Psychoanalytic theory of motivation was developed by:

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Motives are:

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The tension increases when the goal is:

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Intrinsic Motivational Theory was pro- pounded by:

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When a motive is aroused and the organism is driven to a goal, a condition is produced within the organism:

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The conditions which influence the arousal direction and maintenance of behavior relevant in work settings are called:

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The selected part of environment refers to the end results of behavior sequence which are known as:

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Dipboye (1977) distinguished between the strong and weak versions of:

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Homeostasis is the overall term for equilibrium preserving tendencies with an organism preserving tendencies with an organism by which:

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Motives move a person from:

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A person's need for feeling competent and self-determining in dealing with his environment is called:

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The goals which the person tries to escape are called:

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Literally motivation means the process of inducing:

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When the motive is directed towards goals external to the person such as money or grade, it is called:

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Steers and Porter (1975) in their text entitled “Motivation and work behavior” identified:

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Motivation is defined as a state of the organ- ism in which bodily energy is mobilized and selectively directed towards parts of the:

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Intrinsic motivation as currently conceived is championed by:

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An individual's affective orientation to- wards particular outcomes is called the:

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