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1. The process by which individuals select, organize, and interpret the input from their five senses is called: Correct Answer: Perception 2. The person who is trying to interpret some observation that he or she has just made, or the input from his or her senses is known as the: Your Answer: Perceiver 3. Which statement is false? Correct Answer: The inaccuracy of perception has little to do with managing organizational behavior. 4. An abstract knowledge structure that is stored in memory and makes possible the organization and interpretation of information about a target population is a (n): Correct Answer: Schema 5. Which of the following is not an impression management tactic? Correct Answer: Fundraising 6. Shintaro Tagawa has been assigned to a committee that is charged with responsibility for selecting his company's new finance information system. The committee will meet with three different vendors. Each vendor will have two hours to present a product demonstration and answer questions. During the first ten minutes of his presentation, Vendor B couldn't get his PowerPoint demonstration to work. When a committee member asked him a question about the product, he replied that he would check it out and get back to him in a few days. At that point, Shintaro tuned him out and went to get more coffee. Shintaro appears to be demonstrating which type of bias? Correct Answer: Primacy effect 7. Diversity training programs are most likely to be successful when: Correct Answer: All of the above. 8. Knowledge-of-predictor bias may result in: Correct Answer: Self-fulfilling prophecy 9. Internal attribution assigns the cause of behavior to characteristics such as: Correct Answer: Ability, personality, motivation 10. Jane is an ambitious career woman in her early thirties. About six months ago, she hired Steven to assist her with marketing projects. Today she invited him to join her for dinner after work, partly as a reward for working late during the past few weeks. She also said that she really wanted time with him in a more relaxed setting to discuss how they could help each other so she could give him a promotion and a substantial raise. Steven could interpret Jane's actions as: Correct Answer: Quid pro quo sexual harassment 1. People who believe in objective reality tend to believe that their own perceptions are accurate depictions of that reality.... View Full Document

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