Programmed instruction The most basic computer

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1. Programmed instruction The most basic computer-based training that provides for self-paced learning. 2. Protégé Typically a younger and less experienced person who is helped and developed in job training by a more experienced person. 3. Psychological fidelity A concept from training pertaining to the degree of similarity between the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) learned in training and the KSAs needed to perform the job. Often contrasted with physical fidelity. 4. Quid pro quo sexual harassment A legal classification of harassment in which specified organizational rewards are offered in exchange for sexual favors. Often compared with hostile environment sexual harassment. 5. Reaction criteria A standard for judging the effectiveness of training that refers to the reactions or feelings of individuals about the training they received.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Results criteria A standard for judging the effectiveness of training that refers to the economic value that accrues to the organization as a result of the new behaviors exhibited on the job. 7. Role playing A training method directed primarily at enhancing interpersonal skills in which training participants adopt various roles in a group exercise. 8. Self-efficacy A sense of personal control and being able to master one’s environment. 9. Sexual harassment Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. 10. Task analysis A phase of training needs analysis directed at identifying which tasks in a job should be targeted for improved performance....
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