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A(n) __________ is defined as a learned predisposition toward a given object. User: Which of the following is a psychological sign of stress?
Weegy: Freud's psychoanalytic theory was largely based on interpretive methods, introspection and clinical observations. [ It became very well known, largely because it tackled subjects such as sexuality, repression, and the unconscious mind as general aspects of psychological development. These were largely considered taboo subjects at the time, and Freud provided a catalyst for them to be openly discussed in polite society. Clinically, Freud helped to pioneer the method of free association and a therapeutic interest in dream interpretation. ] User: ___________ has been found to have a stronger positive correlation with job performance than agreeableness. (More)
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Conscientiousness - the dependable personality has been found to have a stronger positive correlation with job performance than agreeableness.
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An ATTITUDE is defined as a learned predisposition toward a given object.

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How much you like your job is called
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The statement, "My boss doesn't know how to do his job," reflects the __________ component of an attitude.
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The need that is met by providing autonomy and control to employees over how they do their jobs is
Weegy: Answer: Autonomy is the degree to which a job provides an employee with the discretion and independence to schedule their work and determine how it is to be done. [ Higher levels of autonomy on the job have been shown to increase job satisfaction, and in some cases, motivation to perform the job. EMPLOYEE AUTONOMY According to job design theories, increased autonomy should make employees feel a greater responsibility for the outcomes of their work, and therefore have increased work motivation. Research indicates that when employees have greater levels of autonomy, their personality traits (specifically conscientiousness and extroversion) have a stronger impact on job performance. Thus, by giving employees more autonomy, they are better able to use their personal attributes to contribute to job performance. Read more: Read more: ] (More)
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According to McClelland's theory, a well-balanced person should have
Weegy: True. McClelland says that, regardless of our gender, culture, or age, we all have three motivating drivers, and one of these will be our dominant motivating driver. [ [ This dominant motivator is largely dependent on our culture and life experiences. The three motivators are achievement, affiliation, and power. People will have different characteristics depending on their dominant motivator. ] ] (More)
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