Question 1

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Which of the following would be considered employee involvement?

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All of these statements are considered employee involvement.

Question 2

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Mental models are __________ that guide perceptions and behavior.

Question 3

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Which discipline has provided organizational behavior with much of its theoretical foundation for team dynamics, organizational power, and organizational socialization?

Question 4

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Goal setting influences employee behavior and performance mainly by improving:

Question 5

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Which 'Big Five' personality dimension is most valuable for predicting job performance?

Question 6

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Organizational commitment refers to an employee's contractual obligation to provide a minimum amount of time and effort to the organization in return for a fair day's pay from the organization.

Question 7

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Employee involvement tends to have which of the following benefits in decision making?

Question 8

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Competencies relate most closely to which element in the MARS model of behavior and performance?

Question 9

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Incongruence between a company's dominant values and an employee's values is known to:

Question 10

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Social Cognitve Theory states that:

Question 11

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In the section on cross-cultural values, the textbook warns that:

Question 12

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The highest level need in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is:

Question 13

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_______ is a conscious process of making choices among one or more alternatives with the intention of moving toward some desired state of affairs.

Question 14

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Employees are empowered when they:

Question 15

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Social identity theory says that:

Question 16

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The process of assigning traits to people based on their membership in a social category refers to:

Selected Answer:

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is important only for the managers of an organization.

Question 18

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Stable, long-lasting beliefs about what is important in a variety of situations are:

Question 19

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Which of these represent the final step in the rational choice decision making process?

Question 20

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Ethics is most closely related to:

Question 21

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Needs Hierarchy Theory includes all of the following concepts EXCEPT:

Question 22

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Anger, fear, joy and sadness represent:

Question 23

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According to the EVLN model, people who are dissatisfied with their jobs might:

Question 24

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Emotional intelligence is best described as:

Question 25

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The Four-drive Theory is based on the idea that:

Question 26

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Companies 'manage' knowledge by:

Question 27

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Empowerment does which of the following?

Question 28

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Which of the following refers to the process of receiving information about and making sense of the world around us?

Question 29

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Which of the following identifies the four factors that directly influence individual behavior and performance?

Question 30

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People are consciously aware of most emotions they experience.

Question 31

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Stress is best described as:

Question 32

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Emotions are brief events or "episodes".

Question 33

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The ability to perceive and express emotion, assimilate emotion in thought, understand and reason with emotion, and regulate emotion in oneself and others is called:

The rational decision making model begins with:

Question 35

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Which of these statements about the field of Organizational Behavior (OB) is FALSE?

Question 36

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Motivation refers to the forces within a person the affect:

Question 37

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Performance-based rewards have been criticized on the grounds that:

Question 38

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Aptitudes, skills, and competencies all fall under which of the following concepts?

Question 39

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Conflict between required and true emotions is called emotional intelligence

Question 40

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Competencies include:

Question 41

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Motivation affects a person's ______ of voluntary behavior

Question 42

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Shawna is dissatisfied with her boss for not supporting her work or recognizing her job performance. In spite of these problems, Shawna does not complain and does not intend to move elsewhere. Instead, she maintains her level of work effort and hopes the company will eventually correct these problems. According to the EVLN model, Shawna is mainly engaging in:

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Question 43

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Which of the following refers to goal-directed activities under the individual's control that support organizational objectives?

Question 44

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Moods are less intense emotional states that are not directed toward anything in particular.

Question 45

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Which of these factors directly influences an employee's voluntary behavior and performance?

Question 46

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The uncomfortable tension felt when our behavior and attitudes are inconsistent with each other is called:

Question 47

2 out of 2 points

Which of these is considered a work/life balance initiative to minimize stress?

Selected Answer:

Correct

All of these statements describe a family-friendly or work/life initiative to minimize stress

Correct Answer:

Correct

All of these statements describe a family-friendly or work/life initiative to minimize stress

Question 48

2 out of 2 points

Emotions are communications to ourselves, which serve to put us in a state of readiness

Question 49

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To increase an employee's feelings of experienced responsibility, we would:

Question 50

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Your boss is usually able to calm employees when they are upset and to get staff enthusiastic about an otherwise mundane activity. This ability probably means that your boss has: