to personality systematically examine the ways in which personality develops across time.
combines a set of physical and mental characteristics that reflect how a person looks, thinks, acts and feels.
Which traits are associated with the "Big Five" personality dimension of extraversion?
outgoing, sociable, and assertive
______ traits are surface-level traits that reflect the way a person appears to others when interacting in various social settings.
According to the social traits literature, which individuals prefer routine and order, and emphasize wel-defined details in gathering information; they would rather work with known facts than look for possibilities.
A person high in ____ ins concerned with toughness and power and opposes the use of subjective feelings.
Which people lose interest in and satisfaction with a job due to stressful working conditions, they are likely to be experiencing
Managers should be alert to key symptoms of excessive stress in themselves and their employees. Which of the following are key stress symptoms?
-Changes from punctuality to tardiness
-Changes from diligent work to careless work
-Changes from cooperation to hostility
occurs when individuals express positive feelings upon encountering others who exibit values similar to their own
are the ways in which people are similar and how they vary in their thinking, feeling, and behavior.
means being aware of one's own behaviors, preferences, styles, biases, personalities, etc.
is being aware of behaviors, preferences, styles, biases, personalities, etc. of others.
Awareness of others
is the view individuals have of themselves as physical, social, spiritual, or moral beings.
is an individual's belief about the likelihood of successfully completing a specific task.
is the overall combination of characteristics that capture the unique nature of a person as that person reacts to and interacts with others.
are surface-level traits that reflect the way a person appears to others when interacting in social settings.
reflects the way a person gathers and evaluates information when solving problems and making decisions.
4 Problem Solving Styles
-Sensation- Feeling Interpersonal Specific human detail Friendly, sympathetic Open communication Respond to people now
-Sensation-Thinking Technical detail oriented Logical analysis of hard data Precise, orderly Careful about rules and procedures Dependable, responsible Responsible
-Intuitive-Feeling Insightful, mystical Idealistic, personal Creative, original Global ideas oriented to people Human potential
-Intuitive- Thinking Speculative Emphasize understanding Synthesize, interpret Logic- oriented ideas Objective, impersonal, idealistic
traits represent individuals' major beliefs and personal orientation concerning a range of issues concerning social and physical setting.
is the extent a person feels able to control his or her own life and is concerned with a person's internal- external orientation.
Locus of control
________ personality is the disposition that identifies whether or not individuals act to influence their environments.
is a tendency to adhere rigidly to conventional values and to obey recognized authority.
leads a person to see the world as a threatening place and to regard authority as absolute.
is a person's ability to adjust his or her behavior to external situational ( environmental) factors.
t traits are traits related to how much an individual experiences emotional distress or displays unacceptable acts.
Type _ orientations are characterized by impatience, desire for achievement, and a more competitive nature than Type B.
is a loss of interest in or satisfaction with a job due to stressful working conditions.
involves the pursuit of one's job and career goals with the support of a personal health promotion program.
Allport's six value categories
• Theoretical— interest in the discovery of truth through reasoning and systematic thinking
• Economic— interest in usefulness and practicality, including the accumula-tion of wealth
• Aesthetic— interest in beauty, form, and artistic harmony
• Social— interest in people and love as a human relationship
• Political— interest in gaining power and influencing other people
• Religious— interest in unity and in understanding the cosmos as a whole
Meglino and associates' value categories
• Achievement— getting things done and working hard to accomplish difficult things in life
• Helping and concern for others— being concerned for other people and with helping others
• Honesty— telling the truth and doing what you feel is right
• Fairness— being impartial and doing what is fair for all concerned
occurs when individuals express positive feelings upon encountering others who exhibit values similar to their own.
is the cultural tendency to be uncomfortable with uncertainty and risk in everyday life.
is the tendency of members of a culture to emphasize individual self- interests or group relationships.
is the degree to which a culture emphasizes long- term or short- term thinking.
Long- term/ short- term orientation
is a mix of people within a workforce who are considered to be, in some way, different from those in the prevailing constituency.
is a phrase coined to describe how women have not reached the highest levels of organizations.
occurs when people make a generalization, usually exaggerated or oversimplified ( and potentially offensive) that is used to describe or distinguish a group.
is the focus of an organization's culture on welcoming and supporting all types and groups of people.
theory is a theory developed to understand the psychological basis of discrimination.
occurs when individuals feel part of a group and experience favorable status and a sense of belonging.
occurs when one does not feel part of a group and experiences discomfort and low belongingness
t is a federal civil- rights statute that protects the rights of people with disabilities.
The Americans with Disabilities Ac
is the practice of designing products, buildings, public spaces, and programs to be usable by the greatest number of people.