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Question 131 out of 1 pointsIndividuals scoring ________ are highly sensitive to external cues and can behave differently in different situations.Selected Answer:high on self-monitoringAnswers:low on Machiavellianismhigh on narcissismlow on agreeablenesshigh on self-monitoringhigh on conscientiousnessResponseFeedback:Self-monitoring refers to an individual's ability to adjust his or her behavior to external, situational factors. Individuals high in self-
monitoring show considerable adaptability in adjusting their behaviorto external situational factors. They are highly sensitive to external cues and can behave differently in different situations.Question 141 out of 1 pointsYou are seeking to fill the position of corporate accountant, and have administered Holland's Vocational Preference Inventory questionnaire to all candidates. The best candidates for the position would have which of the following personality types?Response Feedback:Conventional personalities prefer rule-regulated, orderly, and unambiguous activities. Careers for conventional personalities include: accountant, corporate manager, bank teller, and file clerk.Question 151 out of 1 pointsWhich of the following terms indicates the degree to which people like or dislike themselves?ResponseFeedback:People who have positive core self-evaluations like themselves and see themselves as effective, capable, and in control of their environment. Those with negative core self-evaluations tend to dislike themselves, question their capabilities, and view themselves as powerless over their environment.
Question 161 out of 1 pointsResearchers have used labels such as Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials to describe different cohorts in the U.S. workforce. While these categories are helpful, they represent ________, not the ________ of individuals.Response Feedback:These labels are more representative of the times in which these people live and work but are not a reflection of the beliefs of their society.