13. As used in the text, the term imperial examinations refers to assessment for
A. knighthood in the Middle Ages.
B. civil service in ancient China.
C. competency to stand trial in Japan.
D. gang membership in Newark, New Jersey
knighthood in the Middle
1. Just listen to the cheers in the hall the next time grades are posted outside of your instructor's
office. This is a parallel to the ancient Chinese practice of
A. celebrating the end of the academic school year.
B. screaming in pain from acupuncture.
34. "Never shoot 'em in the back," "Do not fudge data," and "A captain goes down with his ship" are
all BEST characterized as a body of
35. A body of principles of "right," "proper," or "good" conduct is referr
68. Which of the following is the term used for a variant of a language that has its own rules of
structure, meaning, and pronunciation?
A. parallel language
B. alternate language
C. spoken dialect
D. regional accent
69. Nonverbal communication or "body l
14. As used in the text, the practice of releasing the roll refers to
A. assessment of body fat.
B. assessment of hypnotic susceptibility by measuring eye roll.
C. bribing a public official to obtain test score answers.
D. posting test scores on a wall.
5. In Chapter 2's Meet an Assessment Professional, Dr. Nathaniel Mohatt made reference to the
People's Awakening Project, a community-based study dealing with problems stemming primarily
A. domestic violence.
C. post-traumatic stress.
29. In the 1930s, clinical psychology was synonymous with:
A. personality testing.
B. mental testing.
C. vocational testing.
D. educational testing.
30. Which of the following represents a problem unique to self-report personality tests?
A. Respondents mi
77. Which legislation provided that parents and eligible students be given access to school records?
A. Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
B. Civil Rights Act of 1964
C. Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
D. Education for All Handicapped
19. Who coined the term mental test in 1890?
20. Much of 19th-century psychological measurement focused on
B. ethics and values.
C. sensory abilities.
D. personality traits.
21. Which of the follow
9. Which defendant argued (unsuccessfully) in his appeal that his death penalty conviction should be
set aside because he was suffering from a mental disease?
10. A case cited in your text recounted details of th
43. Griggs v. Duke Power Company and Albemarle Paper Company v. Moody had what issue in
A. the use of tests that discriminate against minorities because they do not measure the specific skills
required for the job
B. the use of tests that discrimi
64. Which behavioral scientist viewed individual differences as a source of error in experimentation?
65. Who coined the term "mental test"?
A. Alfred Binet
B. James Cattell
C. Victor Henri
D. Charles Spearman
56. In general, testtakers have the right
A. to know why they are being tested.
B. to know the results of the test they took.
C. to know how the test data will be used.
D. All of these
57. The "privilege" referred to in the term privileged communication b
WORK CAPABILITY AND ABILITY
THE IMPORTANCE ANALYSIS OF
CAPABILITY AND ABILITY OF WORK
Worker health is important
Importance of communication
It is important for working people The way of looking
to the world
It is important in productivity in the work
The Work Place and working conditions
There are 8 headings to talk about work environment
Eyes and ears
Fatigue and Boredom
Education in the work setting
Teaching worker on the work setting . The
low level manager teach the worker while
he is working. In this particular method is
experimental. The worker learn the work
while he is doing his
What is work
1. physical or mental effort directed towards doing or
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) paid employment at a
job or a trade, occupation, or profession
3. a duty, task, or undertaking
4. (Art Terms)
What is Organizational Culture
Organizations have a formal structure, there also informal
forces that operate to shape the organization and behaviour
within the Organization. A popular approach to viewing these
informal aspects of t
The individual normally occupies roles within a number of
different social systems. Suzh as the family, religions, and
leisure association groups as well as work.
The meaning of work and the motives which encourage
people to work
Research in the Organizational setting
The importance a good research
Reliability and Validity
Evaluating Applied Research
Understanding research methods is
important in al
EMOTIONS AND FORMATIONS IN
THE PROCESS OF
A.) Paradigms of Human Interactions
A. Paradigms of Human
The word paradigm derived from a Greek
word paradeigma which means pattern in
Reber (1985) embodied the various usage o
WHAT IS PSYCHOTECHNIC
To measure by tests ones physiological and
psychological quality and characteristics
To find out how efficient and adaptable the
candidate to fit to the work need
One of the branch of Occupational Psychology is
Factors that prevent communication
Factors based on human nature
Factors based on social life
Factors based on doctrines of culture
Factors based on social environment
FACTORS BASED ON HUMAN NATURE THAT PREVENT
ALIENATION AND WORK
Six dimensions of alienation
When an object is controlled and
manipulated by other person
The Historical Development of I/O
Psychology & Psychotechniques in the World
Industrial Psychology is almost as old as Psychology. Psychology came about in 1879 in the
laboratory of Wilhelm Wundt in Germany and William James at Harvard. Both of them were
1. Recycling Sector
in Turkey, the existing recycling sector can make only use of a small amount of
recyclable waste. A big amount of the recyclable waste is collected from the landfills
and the streets under primitive and unhealthy conditions in our coun
What is work, meaning of it and early times
-Work is physical or mental effort directed
towards doing or making something.
-Work gives us direction, purpose and status
and identifies us with the rest of society .
Work has two kinds: First alterin