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Question number: 3782

» Memory » Memory Process

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Rehearsal works best when

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a.

memories are updated or reorganized on the basis of logic, reasoning, or the addition of new information.

b.

the information to be remembered is repeated over and over.

c.

it is used to link new information with existing memories and knowledge.

d.

part of a memory is used to reconstruct an entire complex memory.

Question number: 3783

» Work Psychology & Organizational Behavior » Management

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From the ________ until the present, industrial psychologists have studied the problems people face at work.

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1911

b.

1915

c.

1940

d.

1920

Question number: 3784

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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Example of ________ is thirst.

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Secondary motive

b.

Primary motive

c.

Stimulus motive

d.

None of the above

Question number: 3785

» Interests » Measurement of Interests

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By the late 1940s, electromechanical instrumentation was being used to score

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the Adjective Checklist and the Mooney Problem Checklist.

b.

only the Adjective Checklist.

c.

the SVIB and the MMPI.

d.

only the MMPI.

Question number: 3786

» Attitude » Measurement of Attitude

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In his paper entitled “A Method of Scaling Psychological and Educational Tests, ” the test development pioneer L. L. Thurstone introduced the notion of

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absolute scaling.

b.

difficulty scaling.

c.

positive scaling.

d.

None of the above

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