NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II): Questions 244 - 247 of 6630

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Question 244

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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 (4)Response

a.

human factors psychologist.

b.

forensic psychologist.

c.

Therapeutic psychologist

d.

industrial-organizational psychologist.

Question 245

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Mary frequently has people come up and say hi to her on the street but she does not know who they are even though she has met them many times in the past. She has difficulty recognizing faced and would be diagnosed with

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Prosopagnosia

b.

Korsakoff՚s Syndrome

c.

Tourette Syndrome

d.

Social phobia

Question 246

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The idea that over-benefited people tend to feel guilty is explained through

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Choice (4)Response

a.

diffusion of responsibility

b.

social exchange theory

c.

equity theory

d.

gain-loss theory

Question 247

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Enron Corporation bankruptcy in 2001 was the largest collapse & corporate failure in history, and is linked to corporate fraud. Enron՚s board of directors failed to monitor, question, or analyze Enron՚s management and business practices, and billions of dollars՚ worth of unscrupulous activities were conducted to make Enron look more financially stable than it was. Though the board had access to evidence that something was wrong with Enron՚s business practices, a culture had developed in which conformity was encouraged and diverse views were not acceptable. In other words, Enron fell prey to

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

group polarization.

b.

social loafing.

c.

groupthink.

d.

social facilitation.

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