Study Essay

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ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

CHAPTER 1
1) ______________________ is the outcome of certain external and internal forces

a) Human growth
b) Human behavior
c) Biological progress
d) None of these

2) In the S O B model for human actions, S stands for

a) Stimulus
b) Situations
c) Style
d) Status

3) According to B J Kolasa, ____________ are processed at our _______________ and converted to appropriate responses

a) Food products, stomach
b) Acids, intestines
c) Stimuli, brain
d) None of the above

4) Basis of human behavior is motivation.

a) True
b) False

5) The _____________________________ defines heredity as ‘the process by which characteristics are given from a parent to a child through the genes.’

a)
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d) All of the above.

13) In Psychometric theory of Cattell, ------ primary and ----- most representative traits have been identified.

a) 16 & 121
b) 21 & 151
c) 16 & 171
d) 18 & 191

14) One’s inclination to respect others is known as:

a) Extraversion
b) Conscientiousness
c) Agreeableness
None of the above

15) Person who is ‘emotionally stable’ is always calm, happy and secure.

a) True
b) False

16) Personality is determined by :

a) heredity
b) Environment
c) Situation
d) All above.

CHAPTER 4
17) Behavioral theories can be classified as:

a) Human and animal
b) Classical and Operant
c) Decent and rowdy
d) Polished and sophisticated

18) Skills of workers, protocols for answering phones, replying to mails etc are all matters of _________________.

a) Management training
b) Secretarial practice
c) Organisational learning
d) All the above

19) In an organization, good performances can be encouraged by giving rewards.
Rewards must be proportionate to ___________.

a) Behavior patterns
b) Quick learning
c) Employee’s inputs
d)

Manager’s choice

20) Operant conditioning or theory of reinforcement is associated with the work of: a) Edward Tolman
b) B F Skinner
c) Ivan Pavlov
d) None of the above

21) ________________ was

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