Culture Why is the Imperial City in Beijing called theForbidden City?
Early Behavioral Theory: I asked the class to give the volunteers a lot of attention and encouragement for jumping. The class complied and gave them rounds of applause. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: Of all the needs that you may have in your lifetime, your "social" needs are probably most active when you are a UCB student. Six students jumped rope together. I asked them to form a group, look at each other and jump. Equity Theory: I asked the volunteers to jump rope for a while and told them I would pay them for their jumps. I did not say how much or how many jumps were required. After they jumped for a while, I stopped them and paid each one a different amount, and the amount I paid was not consistent with how many jumps a person made. Then I asked them to jump again, and I again paid t