Econ 118 Chapter13

Econ 118 Chapter13 - with you in order to receive something...

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Chap. 13: 1.When the objective of an interview is to gather information from neutral or corroborative witnesses, which one of the following isn't a type of question to ask? 2.If you have reason to believe that the respondent in an interview is not being truthful, what type of question would you ask? 3. Admission seeking questions are asked if you have a reasonable certainty that the respondent is responsible for the fraud. 4.Introductory questions serve all of the following purposes except for: A. Provides the introduction B. Establishes control before sensitive questions are asked C. Observe reactions to questions 5.Which one of the following is a rule that the interviewer should follow when asking questions during the introductory phase of the interview? 6.During the introductory phase, if the respondent wants to negotiate
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Unformatted text preview: with you in order to receive something from the company, you should give him whatever he wants within reason, otherwise you won't get the information you want. Chapter 14: 1.Deterrence and prevention are terms that mean the same thing. T/F 2.Modification of behavior through the perception of negative sanctions is called: 3.Employees who perceive that they will be caught engaging in occupational fraud and abuse are less likely to commit it. This concept is called: 4.Which one of the following choices is not an action that an organization can take to increase the perception of detection: 5.Vigorously prosecuting fraud perpetrators is considered to be the best proactive way to prevent fraud. T/F...
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