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Question number: 113

» General Psychology » Industrial-Organizational Psychology

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Paul got his first job at Ace Manufacturing and worked there until his retirement. He reports that he was very happy at work for the entire time he was there. According to research cited in your text, which finding is characterized by Paul’s feelings?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Both of these statements apply to Paul’s feelings.

b.

First statement applies to Paul’s feelings

c.

Neither of these statements applies to Paul’s feelings.

d.

The emotional disposition of a worker is related to long-term job satisfaction.

e.

There is evidence that job satisfaction remains relatively stable over time.

Question number: 114

» Lifespan Development » Development Theories, Applications and Issues

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Which of the following theorists has been recognized for creating a developmental theory that covers the entire life span?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Erik Erikson

b.

Sigmund Freud

c.

Lawrence Kohlberg

d.

Abraham Maslow

e.

Jean Piaget

Question number: 115

» Social Psychology » Social Perception, Cognition, Attribution, Beliefs

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While Mary is considering her options in a computer store, a sales representative finishes helping a male client and asks if he can help her. When she says her router is not working, he asks her very basic questions that he never bothered to ask the male customer. Before the conversation is over, it is clear that Mary knows far more about routers than the sales representative. The representative’s behavior suggests that he has a generalized belief

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

fostered by the effects of realistic conflict Mary in the computer industry.

b.

or stereotype that women are less likely than men to understand computer technology.

c.

that by using informational social influence he will impress Mary.

d.

or norms of association

e.

or norm of reciprocity.

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