• WK 2 - Quiz #1 Exam in Week Two Assignments
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1)
While writing, George only pays attention to information that reinforces his existing beliefs, and ignores or discredits information that contradicts his beliefs. This implies that George is guilty of:
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Question 1 - While writing, George only pays attention to information that reinforces his existing beliefs, and ignores or discredits information that contradicts his beliefs. This implies that George is guilty of:
critical language.
abstraction.
gender bias.
sexist language.
confirmation bias.
None of the above
2)
The members of a group have been given the task of jumping over a set of 3-feet tall hurdles. The differences in how each member perceives this task is primarily a function of their:
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Question 2 - The members of a group have been given the task of jumping over a set of 3-feet tall hurdles. The differences in how each member perceives this task is primarily a function of their:
psychological state.
physical characteristics.
cultural background.
habits.
values.
None of the above
3)
The concept of a self-fulfilling prophecy, in which someone’s behavior comes to match and mirror others’ expectations, finds a parallel in the:
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Question 3 - The concept of a self-fulfilling prophecy, in which someone’s behavior comes to match and mirror others’ expectations, finds a parallel in the:
Oedipus complex.
Pygmalion effect.
Electra complex.
Cinderella complex.
Pythagoras theorem.
None of the above
4)
Which of the following statements is true?
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Question 4 - Which of the following statements is true?
Ethical concerns forbid you to quote from your sources.
Lying by omission will not expose your organization to liability.
Evaluating sources is mainly required only for electronic sources and not for printed ones.
There is an abundance of online information that is incomplete, outdated, misleading, or downright false.
When you are looking for a specific kind of information, metasearch engines can lead you right up to the desired results.
All of the above
5)
Self-concept is a composite of one’s self-image and self-esteem.
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Question 5 - Self-concept is a composite of one’s self-image and self-esteem.
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