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Question number: 1

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For test scoring, interpretation, and recommendations, The General Aptitude Test Battery currently employs

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

ultiple cutoffs.

b.

validity generalization.

c.

assessment centers.

d.

race norming.

Question number: 2

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Edward Strong’s approach to test construction as exemplified by the Strong Vocational Interest Blank could best be described as

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Choice (4) Response
a.

theory-based.

b.

deductive.

c.

empirical.

d.

projective.

Question number: 3

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Which is a general measure of ability used in occupational settings?

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Choice (4) Response
a.

The Career Decision Scale

b.

The O’Connor Tweezer Dexterity Test

c.

The Wonderlic Personnel Test

d.

The Self-Directed Search

Question number: 4

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If you were going to use a personality test to help match a particular person to a particular task or occupation, which of the following tests would you probably employ?

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Choice (4) Response
a.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

b.

The Goal Instability Scale

c.

The Organizational Commitment Questionnaire

d.

The Checklist of Adaptive Living Skills

Question number: 5

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Subjects in Milgram’s experiment who gave large shocks rationalized that they were not personally responsible for their actions. This raises questions about one’s willingness to commit inhuman acts. It was as a result of

(June)

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Conformity to group pressure

b.

Expert power

c.

Obedience to legitimate authority

d.

Coercive power

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