psy202week5 final quiz Essay

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PSY 202 FINAL quiz 5
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44 min , 57 secs
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15 / 15 (100%)
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Multiple Choice

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Question 1.
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One study of workers (Dittman-Kohli, 2005) says that established professionals are characterized by “higher work satisfaction, positive work motivation, social and professional expertise, mature social relations, and responsibility." To which group(s) of established professionals does this conclusion
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Shelia graduated at the top of her technical engineering class and landed a job at a Boeing plant working on airplane engine designs. In 2012, the Bureau of Labor Statistics published a report that shows the 2011 percentages of women employed in certain occupations, compared to total workers in those occupations. According to this report, women represent what percent of employed architects and engineers?

Student Answer:




51.2% Instructor Explanation:
This answer can be found in your textbook, in Section 8.5, in Figure 8.1: "Women as percent of total employed in certain occupations, 2011."

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Question 10.
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Myron and Mildred just paid off the balance on the mortgage on their house. It took 30 years, but they are finally debt free. They have been married for nearly 40 years and feel settled in their home. They have decided never to move again, so they have little interest in the real estate value of their house. Myron and Mildred are in which stage of Schaie’s stage theory of cognitive development?

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Acquisitive Instructor Explanation:
This answer can be found in your textbook, in Section 3.6, “Schaie’s Stage Theory of Cognitive Development.”

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