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24 Cards in this Set

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psychological processes that arouse and direct goal directed behavior
Physiological or psychological deficiencies that arouse behavior
Need for achievement
Desire to accomplish something difficult
Need for affiliation
desire to spend time in social relationships and activities
Need for power
desire to influence, coach, teach, or encourage others to achieve
Job design
changing the context and/or process of a specific job to increase job satisfaction and performance
Job enlargement
Putting more variety into a job
Job rotation
Moving employees from one specialized job to another
job characteristics associated with job satisfaction
Hygiene factors
job characteristics associated with job dissatisfaction
Job enrichment
building achievement, recognition, stimulating work, responsibility, and advancement into a job
Intrinsic motivation
motivation caused by positive internal feelings
Core job characteristics
job characteristics found in various degrees in all jobs
Repetitive motion disorders(RMD)
muscular disorder caused by repeated motions
Extrinsic motivation
motivation caused by the desire to attain specific outcomes
Sense of meaningfulness
the task purpose is important and meaningful
Sense of choice
the ability to use judgement and freedom when completing tasks
sense of competence
feelings of accomplishment associated with doing high quality work
Sense of progress
Feeling that one is accomplishing something important
Job satisfaction
an affective or emotional response to ones job
Met expectations
the extent to which one receives what he or she expects from a job
Value attainment
the extent to which a job allows fulfillment of ones work values
Organizational citizenship behaviors(OCB)
employee behaviors that exceed work role requirements
Withdrawal cognitions
overall thoughts and feelings about quitting a job