**Expectancy Theory - Psychology Definition - iResearchNet**
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To this point, we have discussed extrinsic outcomes in the decision models of our examples, Sally and Henry. Valence-instrumentality-expectancy theories (which is the preferred term here) make room for the inclusion of intrinsic outcomes such as feelings of achievement, self-esteem, and self-actualization. They also include … So, for example, if Sally is considering job offers from two prospective employers (a large grocery store and a small florist), and having regular time off for travel is important to her, she will consider the expected value of time off (which should be constant for her as she considers the two job o…

To this point, we have discussed extrinsic outcomes in the decision models of our examples, Sally and Henry.** Valence-instrumentality-expectancy theories** (which is the preferred term here) make room for** the inclusion of intrinsic outcomes such** as feelings of achievement, self-esteem, and** self-actualization.** They also include …

So, for example, if Sally is considering job offers from two prospective employers (a large grocery store and a small florist), and having regular time off for travel is important to her, she will consider the expected** value of time off** (which should be constant for her as she considers the two job o…

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