MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 2

MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 2 - M GT502...

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1/23/2014 MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 2 http://www.vuzs.net/mcqs/212-mgt502-organizational-behaviour/5910-mgt502-organizational-behaviour-solved-mcqs-set-2.html?tmpl=component&print=1… 1/13 Virtual University MCQs BANK - MCQs Collection from Online Quizzes MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 2 MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 2 What are personality traits? a) individual characteristics that are based solely on environmental factors b) fleeting characteristics that describe an individual's behaviour c) enduring characteristics that describe an individual's behaviour d) individual characteristics that are based solely on heredity e) individual characteristics that are based solely on situational conditions Answer c) enduring characteristics that describe an individual's behaviour When an individual displays different behaviours in different situations, this is termed a) flexibility b) consensus c) continuity d) integrity e) distinctiveness Answer e) distinctiveness The tendency for individuals to attribute their own success to internal factors while putting the blame for failures on external factors is called a) contrast effect b) self-serving bias c) stereotyping d) projection e) the halo effect Answer b) self-serving bias Ava has a real ability to never give up, to persist in what she is trying to accomplish in the face of setbacks and failures. This is an example of her a) emotional intelligence b) personality c) moods d) emotional dissonance e) self-esteem Answer a) emotional intelligence The unfounded belief that younger workers are more appealing than older workers is an example of a) stereotyping b) contrast effects c) projection d) prejudice e) the halo effect Answer d) prejudice When a fire truck's siren was heard, everyone ran to the window to see what was happening. That everyone Published on Saturday, 23 November 2013 12:45 Written by Bonfire
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1/23/2014 MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 2 http://www.vuzs.net/mcqs/212-mgt502-organizational-behaviour/5910-mgt502-organizational-behaviour-solved-mcqs-set-2.html?tmpl=component&print=1… 2/13 responded in the same way is an example of which aspect of Attribution Theory? a) contrast effect b) consistency c) selective perception d) distinctiveness e) consensus Answer e) consensus When a person stereotypes another person, the key thing she/he is doing is making generalizations based upon a) the values of the other person b) a predefined group to which the other person belongs c) a key strength of the other person d) a key weakness of the other person e) the speaking style of the other person Answer b) a predefined group to which the other person belongs Sally is normally a very calm and composed manager, but the other day she sounded very visibly upset as evidenced by her raised voice on the telephone. Her staff heard it, and were trying to figure out what caused her to be upset. This is an example of a) attribution theory b) the Halo Effect c) stereotyping d) contrast effects e) projection Answer a) attribution theory Which of the following is true about our perceptions of a target?
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