A university student spends his summer months in his home town, where he works for a local microbrewery during the evening hours. In the lat

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A university student spends his summer months in his home town, where he works for a local microbrewery during the evening hours. In the late morning, he attends the local community college, where he takes summer courses that he knows will transfer back to his school. Although he finds the courses just as challenging as at his regular university, he does not worry about his summer grades affecting his 3.2 (out of 4.0) grade point average, because his university only accepts the transfer credits. As long as he receives C grades or better, he maintains his current grade point average. Which theory suggests that the student will work only as hard as necessary to earn a C grade

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    Expectancy theory

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We are told that as long as he receives C grades or better, he maintains his current grade point average.

    This means that;

    There is a large tendency for him to work just hard enough to earn a c grade.

    This depicts vrooms expectancy theory of motivation which is defined as a theory whereby a person or persons will act in a particular way just for the sake of what they will gain from exhibiting that particular selected behavior instead of others.

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