Final Review - Section 27 Questions-Answers

Final Review - Section 27 Questions-Answers - SECTION 27...

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SECTION 27- FINAL REVIEW QUESTIONS Group 1 Chapter 1  1. From the definition of organizational behavior, what do we study? 2. To what type of Study do we rely on scientific studies, and not intuition? 3. What is a group with two or more people that share a common set of goals and  meet at regular times? Chapter 2   1. _______   is the capacity to do something. This does not mean you necessarily  do it. a. Learning b. Ability c. Knowledge d. None of the above 2.    A person who is always on-the-go keeping themselves busy with work is most  likely to be classified as having what kind of personality? a. Type A b. Type B c. ISTP, (exp: Craftsperson) d. ISFP, (exp: Artist) 3. Founded through the work of B.F. Skinner, people are more likely to repeat a  certain behavior if they are rewarded for that behavior. What kind of learning  style does this describe? a. Classical Conditioning b. Operant Conditioning c. Social Learning d. None of the above
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4. ______________ indicates that learning has taken place.  5. Learning by experience is known as _______  Chapter 3  1. What is perception? 2. What are the two parts of the attribution theory? 3. What is the fundamental attribution error? 4. ________  ______ _______  a person thinks that anything good is a result of  internal factors and anything bad is the result of external factors  5. True or false: when people selectively interpret what they see based on their  interest, background, experience, and attitude they are using selective  perception?  Chapter 4  1. Which of the following is not  a component of attitude? a.   Cognitive  b. Organizational c. Affective d. Behavioral 2. True or False: Terminal Values are defined as the means of achieving ones  values, while instrumental values are the end states one hopes to achieve.  3. Imagine you are asked to perform a task that is highly against your personal  values. This situation is an example of a. Job dissatisfaction b. Cognitive dissonance c. Role expectation d. Functional Conflict Group 2
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1. What is the definition of stress? 2. List the ways a person react to stress. 3. What are some stress management techniques? 4. What it is considered to be Dysfunctional Stress? 5. Power is? 6. What is the advantage of goal setting? 7. What is the Reinforcement Theory? 8. What are the 3 steps to the expectancy theory? 9. What percent of U.S. organizations use teamwork? 10.
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