General Psychology-Industrial-Organizational Psychology [GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology]: Questions 3 - 5 of 5

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Question 3

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?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

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

b.

First statement applies to Paul՚s feelings

c.

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

d.

Both of these statements apply to Paul՚s feelings.

e.

Neither of these statements applies to Paul՚s feelings.

Question 4

Industrial-Organizational Psychology

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Andy advises her company that it would lose less money on absenteeism if it provided free childcare for all employees. Andy is functioning as a (n)

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

forensic psychologist.

b.

industrial-organizational psychologist.

c.

human factors psychologist.

d.

Therapeutic psychologist

e.

clinical psychologist.

Question 5

Industrial-Organizational Psychology

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Workers Barry and Rob have the same boss. Both workers have equivalent job performance. Their boss also likes both of them equally. Yet Barry did not get as good of an evaluation from the boss as Rob did. Considering this information, what could be a factor influencing the boss in their job evaluations?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

The boss is subject to classic error

b.

The boss is trying to avoid giving too many high ratings.

c.

The boss is subject to a distributional error.

d.

The boss had a better first impression of Rob than of Barry.

e.

The boss was arbitrary and gave both ratings for no reason.