BEH225 Week six CheckPoint I - Interview Otline

BEH225 Week six CheckPoint I - Interview Otline - Interview...

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Interview Outline 1 Interview Outline Ronda White Axia College of the University of Phoenix BEH 225 Instructor, Carol Tripp October 27, 2010
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Interview Outline 2 Description of interviewee As my candidate possesses a Masters Degree in Psychology, I discern that my interview candidate is both interested in the study and erudition of behavioral sciences the concerns of learning, memorization, comprehension of human behavior and personality development. He holds an executive position at our place of employment. Furthermore, the described interviewee is direct, intelligent, and honest. Thusly, I deduce that my interviewee is an ideal candidate for my research project. Interview Questions : 1. What mode of learning are you aware of and what is your preferred learning form? 2. Do you process and commit information to memory readily? 3. Do you memorize information without difficulty? 4. Can you describe the cognitive learning process? 5. What learning strategies do you use to retain learned information to long-term memory? 6. When studying, reading or writing, do you prefer to do so in a quiet or noisy environment? 7. Upon completion of the Myers-Briggs Test [Jung Word Test] at: jung_word.html , what personality types were you assigned or categorized as possessing? 8. In your opinion, do you feel the result of the Myers-Briggs Test [Jung Word Test] describes you? Why or why not? 9. Do you believe that self-monitoring influences your behavior and attitude?
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