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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 281
Professor
Kisha Jones
Semester
Fall

Description
Fall 2013 PSYCH 281 Exam 2 Checklist This is a not a study guide. This is a checklist. Make sure you know ALL of the terms/topics on this list. Chapter 5 Chapter 9 purpose of performance appraisal definition of motivation performance management fundamental idea of work motivation (formula) results-/behavior-/trait-based performance data contingent rewards (fixed/variable interval, fixed/variable employee comparative scales (rank-order, paired ratio) comparison, forced distribution) Maslow’s hierarchy of needs pros/cons of rating sources (self, supervisor, peer, Aldefer’s ERG theory subordinate, customer) Herzberg’s 2-factor theory graphic rating scales job characteristics theory (skill variety, task identity, task behavioral (weighted) checklists significance, autonomy, feedback) forced choice checklists Growth need strength BARS Equity theory BOS Organizational justice (distributive, procedural, interpersonal, 360 degree feedback informational) rating errors (leniency/severity, central tendency, halo/horns, How to reduce perceptions of inequity primacy/recency, similar-to-me) Vroom’s VIE theory (be able to recognize examples of frame of reference training valence, instrumentality, and expectancy) rater error training Goal setting theory (what types of goals should be set) characteristics of effective performance feedback Social cognitive theory (Self-efficacy expectations) Control theory Chapter 8 Management by objectives training definition Job enrichment needs analysis (organizational, task, person, demographics)
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