1. When Marsha remarks

1.

When Marsha remarks that she loves the classes she is taking this semester, it refers to which component of attitude?

Student Response

1.

Affect

2. Knowledge

3. Cognitions

4. Dissonance

5. Behavior

Score: 1/1

2.

A change in behavior or performance that occurs as the result of experience is called:

Student Response

1. distortion

2.

learning

3. conceptualization

4. observation

5. stress

Score: 1/1

3.

Ted has been unemployed for three months. When his wife asked him why he was not looking for a job, Ted responded, “If I am lucky, I will get my old job back.” Ted would be considered as having a(n)

Student Response

1.

external locus of control.

2. high conscientiousness.

3. sensation and intuition type personality.

4. high Mach attitude.

5. internal locus of control.

Score: 1/1

4.

A person with the learning characteristics of being good at generating ideas and seeing a situation from multiple perspectives is a(n):

Student Response

1. converger

2. none of these

3.

diverger

4. accommodator

5. assimilator

Score: 1/1

5.

According to Jung, which of these styles avoids specifics, decentralizes decision-making and develops few rules and regulations?

Student Response

1. Sensation-feeling

2. None of these.

3. Sensation-thinking

4.

Intuitive-thinking

5. Intuitive-feeling

Score: 0/1

6.

The extent to which a person will fit into the overall organization is called:

Student Response

1. person-job fit

2.

person-environment fit

3. employee-environment fit

4. employee-organization fit

5. person-requirement fit

Score: 1/1

7.

Individuals who believe that they control their own destiny are described as having a

Student Response

1. high Mach personality.

2. high external locus of control.

3. high internal locus of control.

4.

low introversion characteristic.

5. low Mach personality.

Score: 0/1

8.

People with an external locus of control are

Student Response

1. easier to lead.

2. better able to handle complex information and problem solving.

3.

more achievement oriented

4. more independent.

5. easier to motivate.

Score: 0/1

9.

Keisha, a senior at Morgan University, believes that it is okay to get at “B” but more important to learn in a class than get an easy “A” without learning. Keisha’s belief reflects which component of attitude?

Student Response

1.

Behavior

2. Cognitions

3. Feeling

4. Dissonance

5. Affect

Score: 0/1

10.

White Water, Inc. is looking for an individual who has a broad range of interests and is imaginative, creative, artistically sensitive, and willing to consider new ideas. Which of these factors are they emphasizing in their search?

Student Response

1. Conscientiousness

2. Extroversion

3. Agreeableness

4. Openness to experience

5.

Emotional stability

Score: 0/1

11.

__________ refers to work behavior that goes beyond job requirements and contributes as needed to the organization’s success.

Student Response

1.

Cognitive dissonance

2. Organizational Commitment

3. Job satisfaction

4. Organizational citizenship

5. Job involvement

Score: 0/1

12.

An interdisciplinary field dedicated to the study of how individuals and groups tend to act in organizations is called

Student Response

1. sociology.

2. cultural anthropology

3. vocational counseling.

4. organizational behavior.

5.

psychology.

Score: 0/1

13.

__________ is especially important in a tight labor market, which forces employers to compete harder to attract and keep good workers.

Student Response

1. Job involvement

2. Organizational commitment

3. Job satisfaction

4.

Organizational citizenship

5. Dissonance

Score: 0/1

14.

Drew is a trusting and forgiving individual who gets along with others because of being good-natured and cooperative. This describes which of the Big Five personality factors?

Student Response

1. Agreeableness

2. Openness to experience

3. Extroversion

4.

Conscientiousness

5. Emotional stability

Score: 0/1

15.

A positive attitude towards one’s job refers to

Student Response

1. job involvement.

2. organizational citizenship.

3. organizational commitment.

4. cognitive dissonance.

5.

job satisfaction

Score: 1/1

1.

When Marsha remarks that she loves the classes she is taking this semester, it refers to which component of attitude?

Student Response

1.

Affect

2. Knowledge

3. Cognitions

4. Dissonance

5. Behavior

Score: 1/1

2.

A change in behavior or performance that occurs as the result of experience is called:

Student Response

1. distortion

2.

learning

3. conceptualization

4. observation

5. stress

Score: 1/1

3.

Ted has been unemployed for three months. When his wife asked him why he was not looking for a job, Ted responded, “If I am lucky, I will get my old job back.” Ted would be considered as having a(n)

Student Response

1.

external locus of control.

2. high conscientiousness.

3. sensation and intuition type personality.

4. high Mach attitude.

5. internal locus of control.

Score: 1/1

4.

A person with the learning characteristics of being good at generating ideas and seeing a situation from multiple perspectives is a(n):

Student Response

1. converger

2. none of these

3.

diverger

4. accommodator

5. assimilator

Score: 1/1

5.

According to Jung, which of these styles avoids specifics, decentralizes decision-making and develops few rules and regulations?

Student Response

1. Sensation-feeling

2. None of these.

3. Sensation-thinking

4.

Intuitive-thinking

5. Intuitive-feeling

Score: 0/1

6.

The extent to which a person will fit into the overall organization is called:

Student Response

1. person-job fit

2.

person-environment fit

3. employee-environment fit

4. employee-organization fit

5. person-requirement fit

Score: 1/1

7.

Individuals who believe that they control their own destiny are described as having a

Student Response

1. high Mach personality.

2. high external locus of control.

3. high internal locus of control.

4.

low introversion characteristic.

5. low Mach personality.

Score: 0/1

8.

People with an external locus of control are

Student Response

1. easier to lead.

2. better able to handle complex information and problem solving.

3.

more achievement oriented

4. more independent.

5. easier to motivate.

Score: 0/1

9.

Keisha, a senior at Morgan University, believes that it is okay to get at “B” but more important to learn in a class than get an easy “A” without learning. Keisha’s belief reflects which component of attitude?

Student Response

1.

Behavior

2. Cognitions

3. Feeling

4. Dissonance

5. Affect

Score: 0/1

10.

White Water, Inc. is looking for an individual who has a broad range of interests and is imaginative, creative, artistically sensitive, and willing to consider new ideas. Which of these factors are they emphasizing in their search?

Student Response

1. Conscientiousness

2. Extroversion

3. Agreeableness

4. Openness to experience

5.

Emotional stability

Score: 0/1

11.

__________ refers to work behavior that goes beyond job requirements and contributes as needed to the organization’s success.

Student Response

1.

Cognitive dissonance

2. Organizational Commitment

3. Job satisfaction

4. Organizational citizenship

5. Job involvement

Score: 0/1

12.

An interdisciplinary field dedicated to the study of how individuals and groups tend to act in organizations is called

Student Response

1. sociology.

2. cultural anthropology

3. vocational counseling.

4. organizational behavior.

5.

psychology.

Score: 0/1

13.

__________ is especially important in a tight labor market, which forces employers to compete harder to attract and keep good workers.

Student Response

1. Job involvement

2. Organizational commitment

3. Job satisfaction

4.

Organizational citizenship

5. Dissonance

Score: 0/1

14.

Drew is a trusting and forgiving individual who gets along with others because of being good-natured and cooperative. This describes which of the Big Five personality factors?

Student Response

1. Agreeableness

2. Openness to experience

3. Extroversion

4.

Conscientiousness

5. Emotional stability

Score: 0/1

15.

A positive attitude towards one’s job refers to

Student Response

1. job involvement.

2. organizational citizenship.

3. organizational commitment.

4. cognitive dissonance.

5.

job satisfaction

Score: 1/1

15.

The __________ is the beliefs, opinions, and information a person has about the object of an attitude

Student Response

1. affective component

2. feeling component

3.

cognitive component

4. behavioral component

5. dissonance aspect of attitude

Score: 1/1

13.

The four stages of the learning process include all of the following EXCEPT:

Student Response

1. active experimentation

2. reflective observation

3. abstract conceptualization

4. concrete experience

5.

abstract observation

Score: 1/1

12.

The cognitive process people use to make sense out of the environment by selecting, organizing, and interpreting information is called

Student Response

1.

perception.

2. selective retention.

3. personality.

4. dissonance.

5. attitude.

Score: 1/1

11.

__________ is the belief that power and status differences should exist within the organization

Student Response

1.

Authoritarianism

2. Extroversion

3. Locus of control

4. Perceptual distortion

5. Machiavellianism

Score: 1/1

10.

Mary is a talkative, assertive, and sociable individual who is very comfortable with interpersonal relationships. This describes which quality of Mary?

Student Response

1. Emotional stability

2. Machiavellianism

3.

Extroversion

4. Conscientiousness

5. Agreeableness

Score: 1/1

8. Job satisfaction

Managing emotion is a basic component of emotional intelligence. Which of the following best describes managing emotions?

Student Response

1. It is the ability to connect to others and build positive relationships.

2. It is the basis for all the other components; being aware of what you are feeling.

3.

It is the ability to balance one’s moods so that worry, anxiety, fear, or anger do not cloud thinking.

4. It is the ability to be able to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

5. It is the ability to be hopeful and to persist in the face of obstacles.

Score: 1/1

People generally experience __________ when their work matches their needs and interests, when working conditions and rewards (such as pay) are satisfactory, and when the employees like their co-workers.

Student Response

1. extroversion

2. Machiavellianism

3. job involvement

4.

job satisfaction

5. cognitive dissonance

Score: 1/1

Which of these styles would likely be appropriate for a counseling job?

Student Response

1. Intuitive-thinking

2.

Sensation-feeling

3. Sensation-thinking

4. Intuitive-feeling

5. None of these.

Score: 1/1

3.

If Ty is tense, nervous, depressed and insecure, he would tend to be rated as low on which of these factors?

Student Response

1. Conscientiousness

2. Agreeableness

3. Extroversion

4.

Emotional stability

5. Openness to experience

Score: 1/1

1.

Individuals high on authoritarianism have problems with

Student Response

1. sticking to conventional values.

2. critically judging others.

3.

power and toughness.

4. obeying recognized authority above them.

5. use of subjective feelings.

Score: 0/1

1.

Individuals high on authoritarianism have problems with

Student Response

1. obeying recognized authority above them.

2.

use of subjective feelings.

3. power and toughness.

4. sticking to conventional values.

5. critically judging others.

Score: 1/1

2.

Managing emotion is a basic component of emotional intelligence. Which of the following best describes managing emotions?

Student Response

1. It is the ability to connect to others and build positive relationships.

2. It is the ability to be hopeful and to persist in the face of obstacles.

3.

It is the ability to balance one’s moods so that worry, anxiety, fear, or anger do not cloud thinking.

4. It is the ability to be able to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

5. It is the basis for all the other components; being aware of what you are feeling.

Score: 1/1

3.

The tendency to direct much of one’s behavior toward the acquisition of power and the manipulation of others for personal gain is called

Student Response

1. authoritarianism.

2. introversion characteristic.

3. external locus of control.

4.

Machiavellianism.

5. organizational citizenship.

Score: 1/1

4.

The tendency to place the primary responsibility for one’s success or failure either within oneself or on outside forces is referred to as

Student Response

1.

locus of control.

2. extroversion.

3. authoritarianism.

4. Machiavellianism.

5. emotional stability.

Score: 1/1

5.

Ed is a top executive at a cigarette manufacturing company who believes that cigarettes are dangerous products and they kill people. This condition can be described as

Student Response

1. Machiavellianism.

2. job involvement.

3. extroversion.

4. job satisfaction.

5.

cognitive dissonance.

Score: 1/1

6.

According to Jung, which of these styles avoids specifics, decentralizes decision-making and develops few rules and regulations?

Student Response

1. None of these.

2. Sensation-thinking

3. Sensation-feeling

4.

Intuitive-feeling

5. Intuitive-thinking

Score: 1/1

7.

A person with the learning characteristics of being good at generating ideas and seeing a situation from multiple perspectives is a(n):

Student Response

1. none of these

2. converger

3. accommodator

4. assimilator

5.

diverger

Score: 1/1

8.

Which of the following refers to loyalty to the heavy involvement in the organization?

Student Response

1. Job satisfaction

2. Dissonance

3.

Organizational commitment

4. Organization citizenship

5. Job involvement

Score: 1/1

9.

__________ is the belief that power and status differences should exist within the organization

Student Response

1.

Authoritarianism

2. Perceptual distortion

3. Locus of control

4. Machiavellianism

5. Extroversion

Score: 1/1

10.

Drew is a trusting and forgiving individual who gets along with others because of being good-natured and cooperative. This describes which of the Big Five personality factors?

Student Response

1. Extroversion

2.

Agreeableness

3. Conscientiousness

4. Emotional stability

5. Openness to experience

Score: 1/1

11.

People with an external locus of control are

Student Response

1.

easier to lead.

2. more achievement oriented

3. better able to handle complex information and problem solving.

4. easier to motivate.

5. more independent.

Score: 1/1

12.

The cognitive process people use to make sense out of the environment by selecting, organizing, and interpreting information is called

Student Response

1. personality.

2.

perception.

3. attitude.

4. selective retention.

5. dissonance.

Score: 1/1

13.

__________ is especially important in a tight labor market, which forces employers to compete harder to attract and keep good workers.

Student Response

1. Organizational citizenship

2. Job involvement

3. Dissonance

4. Job satisfaction

5.

Organizational commitment

Score: 1/1

14.

The Big Five personality factors includes all of these EXCEPT

Student Response

1. agreeableness.

2. conscientiousness.

3.

locus of control.

4. extroversion.

5. emotional stability.

Score: 1/1

15.

Which of these styles would likely be appropriate for a counseling job?

Student Response

1. Sensation-thinking

2. Intuitive-thinking

3. None of these.

4.

Sensation-feeling

5. Intuitive-feeling

Score: 1/1

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