OB11_TIF04 - Chapter 4 Personality and Emotions MULTIPLE...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 4 Personality and Emotions MULTIPLE CHOICE Personality 1. Personality is: a. always stable. b. a part of a person. c. an aggregate whole. d. comprised of traits that cannot be measured. (c; Easy; p. 100) 2. An individuals personality is determined by: a. heredity. b. environment. c. situational conditions. d. all of the above (d; Easy; p. 100) 3. Which of the following is a personality determinant? a. heredity b. environment c. both a and b d. neither a nor b (c; Easy; p. 100) 4. Which of the following personality shaping forces is not environmental? a. parents height b. experience c. Protestant ethic d. culture (a; Moderate; p. 101) 5. Factors that are considered environmental influences on our personality include all the following except : a. birth order. b. heredity. c. culture. d. family norms. (b; Moderate; p. 101) 6. If personality characteristics were completely dictated by ______, they would be fixed at birth and no amount of experience could alter them. a. job satisfaction b. heredity c. environment d. situation (b; Moderate; p. 101) 69 7. Research that examined ____________ lends credibility to the argument that heredity plays an important part in determining personality. a. consistency in job satisfaction over time b. twins who were raised in a stable family c. genetic studies of adults d. all of the above (a; Challenging; p. 101) 8. Bob is easy-going at home, but at work he becomes very tense and anxious. This statement attributes Bobs personality more to which of the following? a. heredity b. environment c. situation d. locus of control (c; Moderate; p. 102) 9. Why has so much attention been paid to personality traits? a. to help in career development. b. to evaluate employee performance. c. to better identify similar types. d. to understand genetic programming. (a; Challenging; p. 102) 10. According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, ____ are conceptualizers. a. INTJs b. ESTJs c. ENTPs d. MBTIs (c; Challenging; p. 103) 11. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator examines all of the following except : a. extroverted/introverted. b. sensing/intuitive. c. perceiving/judging. d. agreeableness/conscientiousness. (d; Easy; p. 103) 12. Choose the word that best describes an ESTJ. a. visionary b. conceptualizer c. innovator d. organizer (d; Challenging; p. 103) 13. The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator classification of E or I stands for: a. extroverted/intuitive b. emotional/introverted c. extroverted/introverted d. emotional/intuitive (c; Easy; P. 103) 70 14. The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator classification of S or N stands for: a. sensing/intuitive b. sensing/thinking c. emotional stability/intuitive d. emotional stability/thinking (c; Easy; p. 103) 15. The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator is all except: a. very popular with companies....
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