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Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. A researcher who is conducting qualitative research would collect which of the following types of data?

Question 2 2. Which Harvard psychologist was interested in the motivation and behavior of workers?

Question 3 3. Which behavioral science discipline contributed to the development of organizational behavior by adding the concept of individual roles within groups?

Question 4 4. The work of _____ was the final piece needed to fully integrate psychology into the business field.

Question 5 5. The purpose of the _____ was to bring psychology to industry.

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Question 6 6. A business that does not embrace inclusiveness _____.

Question 7 7.

Tamara, who lives in London, is part of a work group that uses technology like Skype and Google Hangout to communicate. A few of the group members are located in Tokyo, and the rest are in the United States.

What is this an example of?

Question 8 8. Human factors psychology, organizational psychology, and industrial psychology are all subfields of _____.

Question 9 9. What is the focus of industrial psychology?

Question 10 10. Industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology studies human behavior in the _____.

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Question 11 11. When someone is attempting to get you to do something, they are trying to _____ you.

Question 12 12. You are a new manager for a company that has documented issues of employee insubordination. You've developed skills that influence others to want to work hard for you, and you've built up their morale, making them feel important in the company. To accomplish this feat, you've used _____.

Question 13 13. Someone who wants to study mentoring, developing, and managing employees would study the administrative science known as _____.

Question 14 14. Which of the following is a term that was developed in the 1950s to refer to 'how individuals perform different roles in a group environment?'

Question 15 15. _____, a Harvard Psychologist, was interested in the study of _____ and how it could be used to examine organizational psychology.

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Question 16 16. What is the goal of organizational behavior?

Question 17 17. Which of these is not one of the primary categories of analysis in organizational behavior?

Question 18 18. What is the focus of qualitative data in organizational behavior?

Question 19 19. Industrial/organizational psychology has been around for approximately:

Question 20 20. Which of the following is not an important part of the industrial side of I/O psychology:

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Question 21 21. I/O psychologists understand that happy employees:

Question 22 22. Industrial and organizational (I-O) psychology is typically divided into how many subfields?

Question 23 23. Which subfield of industrial-organizational psychology focuses primarily on issues of job satisfaction?

Question 24 24. Which subfield of industrial-organizational psychology focuses mostly on hiring practices?

Question 25 25. What was Walter Dill Scott's first book and research in the field of industrial-organizational psychology about?

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Question 26 26. What is industrial-organizational psychology?

Question 27 27. How did the work of Frederick W. Taylor differ from that of the industrial-organizational research that preceded him?

Question 28 28. A global virtual team in a business often does best with which type of leadership?

Question 29 29. Industrial/organizational psychologists train business owners, managers, and employees in how to get the maximum benefit from a diverse workplace. Which of the following skills would they NOT teach?

Question 30 30. Globalization takes into account how a business relates to _____.

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