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Quiz 4 :

Beliefs,values and Attitudes: Determinants of Human Behavior

Quiz 4 :

Beliefs,values and Attitudes: Determinants of Human Behavior

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People will change their work behaviors even if there is no compelling need to do so.
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False

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The process by which a group's beliefs,values,attitudes,and norms are inculcated into each member's psyche is called ________.
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A "synergistic effect" occurs what a work group's performance is greater than the sum of its individual efforts.
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True

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Strong and enduring beliefs about conduct or appropriate states of existence are known as ________.
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Inherited behavior involves cognitive adaptations to conditions in an individual environment.
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Behavior is anything an individual does that involves self-initiated action or reaction to a given stimulus.
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Attitudes are identifiable predispositions to react in a favorable or unfavorable way to a particular person,event,or object in the environment.
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Egocentric individuals are inclined to be suspicious and disruptive at work.
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Values are unchangeable beliefs about appropriate ends (goals)and acceptable goal-oriented behaviors (means).
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Peters and Waterman contend the one pervasive theme in excellence organizations is ________.
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A Model Crisis occurs when the drift becomes so extreme that the model is not working and is no longer reliable,nor feasible to utilize for solving problems.
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The factor setting us apart from all other animals is the extent to which we engage in ________.
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Effective managers understand who they are in terms of their own values,attitudes,motives,and expectations.This self-awareness is derived from a psychological process known as ________.
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According to the work of Peters and Waterman,the most evasive theme in effective organizations is strong managerial control.
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New work group members learn the group's beliefs,values,attitudes,and norms through a process of socialization.
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People who derive satisfaction from interacting with each other in a consistent and coordinating way while they pursue common goals or objectives generally see themselves as ________.
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For group shared beliefs,values,attitudes,and norms,to function effectively as prescriptive guides to appropriate human behavior,they must be ________.
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There are eight steps in the Kuhn cycle.
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Perception is a mental screen through which information must pass before it can be integrated into human thought processes and behaviors.
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Anything an individual does involving a self-initiated action or reaction to a given stimulus is referred to as ________.
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