Motivation in Learning: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Low self-efficacy and low outcome expectations are most likely to result in _____.

Question 2 2. Which of the following is a feature of self-concept?

Question 3 3. From the perspective of expectancy-value theory, the belief about how likely a behavior is to attain a certain goal is called _____.

Question 4 4. The need for a sense of control is an example of what type of basic psychological need?

Question 5 5. Mr. Parker always begins each physics class by asking 'What do you think will happen if…' He believes that acknowledging students' previous beliefs about physical laws will increase their motivation to understand new and accurate concepts. Mr. Parker is utilizing the _____ perspective.

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Question 6 6. The order of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, from bottom to top is:

Question 7 7. Mr. Garcia wants to teach self-regulation to his students. Which of the following would you recommend him?

Question 8 8. According to Maslow's hierearchy of needs, when all of the physiological needs are met, people tend to become concerned with whichof the following?

Question 9 9. How would Mrs. Purdue implement learning by observation in her class?

Question 10 10. Which of the following would NOT address safety needs in the classroom?

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Question 11 11. Effort, Ability, and Attitude are examples of _____ factors.

Question 12 12. Jose is in a casino. He sees his friends Amy and Sandra win money at a nearby slot machine. Amy and Sandra cheer and clap. Jose wants to feel the same excitement, so he sits down at a slot machine and begins to gamble. This is an example of _____.

Question 13 13. Jerry's goal in class is to get more points on all assignments than any of his classmate. Jerry's goal orientation is _____.

Question 14 14. Learned helplessness normally occurs when students think of their failures as _____.

Question 15 15. David has confidence in himself as a baker. However, the economy in David's city has recently turned downward, leading fewer people to purchase baked goods. When David applies for a job at the local bakery, he will likely have high _____ and low _____.

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Question 16 16. While Andrew is not always happy about the amount of chemistry homework he has each week, he understands that it is an important subject to master if he wants to pursue a degree in medicine. Andrew's motivation is an example of _____.

Question 17 17. The statement 'Everyone knows the professor tries to trick his students on exams' illustrates the following attributions:

Question 18 18. The expectancy-value theory of motivation explains _____, assuming that people are _____

Question 19 19. The part of the self-regulation cycle in which learners establish short- and long-term goals is the _____ phase.

Question 20 20. Mrs. Jones is an elementary teacher. She holds her students to a high standard of performance and continually challenges them to take new academic risks. Mrs. Jones is exhibiting _____.

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Question 21 21. How can educators use indices of motivation?

Question 22 22. Mrs. Cook helps her 5th grade class develop the classroom rules and create a list of rewards and consequences for following or breaking class rules. Mrs. Cook is hoping to increase students' intrinsic motivation through the use of _____.

Question 23 23. John took a test over multiplication facts. He earned a passing score. His teacher wrote the following attribution statement on his paper: You did much better this time, John! You must have studied more this week. Well done! This attribution is likely to _____.

Question 24 24. Michelle completes her History assignment three days before it is due. Her motivation to complete the assignment early was influenced by her parent's high expectations of academic achievement. Michelle's motivation is an example of _____.

Question 25 25. Maria studied hard and received an A on her history assignment. She felt proud and was reinforced to continue to study hard for every history exam. Which motivational perspective is represented in this scenario?

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Question 26 26. After failing four Algebra quizzes in a row, John became disruptive in class, apathetic towards his peers, and stopped taking his books home. John's reaction clearly illustrates _____.

Question 27 27. Alex was passed over for a promotion at work. He feels his manager doesn't like him. Alex perceives the situational attributes as _____.

Question 28 28. Jason detests chemistry and is only taking the class because it is a requirement for admission to City University, where he desperately wants to go to college. Jason's reason for enrolling in chemistry is an example of _____ motivation.

Question 29 29. Which of the following describes a way in which modeling affects behavior?

Question 30 30. Peter observes Stephanie texting in class. Peter approaches Stephanie after class and states 'Don't you know texting is against school policy? You are going to get your phone confiscated.' Stephanie replies that she has been texting all year and none of the teachers have ever noticed. The next day, Peter brings his phone to class and starts texting. Which of the following effects of modeling does this situation illustrate?

Motivation in Learning: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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