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ORGB 321 Lecture 6: mana 202 f 15 Sample Mc (1)

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SAMPLE MC QUESTIONS;
1. Within the framework of the Big Five Personality Factors, conscientiousness is a personality factor that
describes the degree to which a person is
a. sociable, talkative, and assertive.
b. imaginative, artistically sensitive, and intellectual.
c. calm, self confident, and secure.
d. responsible, dependable, persistent, and achievement oriented.
e. good natured, cooperative, and trusting.
2. Motivation is
a. a component of ability, personal traits and desire.
b. an individual's intensity, direction and persistence.
c. an effort toward creating goals.
d. a constant intensity.
e. an attitudinal trait.
3. SCENARIO 2-2
You are on a team with two individuals who are giving you trouble. The work has been divided among the
three of you, and each time your team meets Janet and Jim disagree about the progress that the team has made
on the project. Janet is convinced that Jim's lack of progress is because he is inherently lazy and not because
some information is still not available to him because Janet has not completed some of her work according to
the schedule she agreed to. The truth seems to be that Janet is not doing her part of the work.
Janet may be attributing to Jim some of her own characteristics. She might exhibiting
a. projection.
b. the halo effect.
c. contrast effect.
d. stereotyping.
e. selective perception.
4. SCENARIO 2-2
You are on a team with two individuals who are giving you trouble. The work has been divided among the
three of you, and each time your team meets Janet and Jim disagree about the progress that the team has made
on the project. Janet is convinced that Jim's lack of progress is because he is inherently lazy and not because
some information is still not available to him because Janet has not completed some of her work according to
the schedule she agreed to. The truth seems to be that Janet is not doing her part of the work.
Janet seems to be guilty of
a. proximity bias.
b. ethnocentrism.
c. fundamental attribution error.
d. self-serving bias.
e. selective perception.
5. Which of the following would Herzberg classify as a hygiene factor?
a. responsibility
b. growth
c. company policy
d. achievement
e. self-satisfaction.

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SAMPLE MC QUESTIONS; 1.Within the framework of the Big Five Personality Factors, conscientiousness is a personality factor that describes the degree to which a person is a.sociable, talkative, and assertive. b.imaginative, artistically sensitive, and intellectual. c.calm, self confident, and secure. d.responsible, dependable, persistent, and achievement oriented. e.good natured, cooperative, and trusting. 2.Motivation is a.a component of ability, personal traits and desire. b.an individuals intensity, direction and persistence. c.an effort toward creating goals. d.a constant intensity. e.an attitudinal trait. 3.SCENARIO 22 You are on a team with two individuals who are giving you trouble. The work has been divided among the three of you, and each time your team meets Janet and Jim disagree about the progress that the team has made on the project. Janet is convinced that Jims lack of progress is because he is inherently lazy and not because some information is still not available to him because Janet has not completed some of her work according to the schedule she agreed to. The truth seems to be that Janet is not doing her part of the work. Janet may be attributing to Jim some of her own characteristics. She might exhibiting a.projection. b.the halo effect. c.contrast effect. d.stereotyping. e.selective perception. 4.SCENARIO 22 You are on a team with two individuals who are giving you trouble. The work has been divided among the three of you, and each time your team meets Janet and Jim disagree about the progress that the team has made on the project. Janet is convinced that Jims lack of progress is because he is inherently lazy and not because some information is still not available to him because Janet has not completed some of her work according to the schedule she agreed to. The truth seems to be that Janet is not doing her part of the work. Janet seems to be guilty of a.proximity bias. b.ethnocentrism. c.fundamental attribution error. d.selfserving bias. e.selective perception. 5.Which of the following would Herzberg classify as a hygiene factor? a.responsibility b.growth c.company policy d.achievement e.selfsatisfaction.
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