Quiz 12 Questions

1. Training methods used to stimulate learning can be classified in three ways, one of which is

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conferences

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lectures

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on-the-job training

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intelligent tutoring       

 

2. In evaluating training programs, it is important to distinguish _____ from data-collection methods. 

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organizational payoffs

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cost-benefit analysis

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individual participation

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targets of evaluation

 

3. The evaluation phase is one phase of the process for effective training to occur. Which of the following is not a part of the evaluation phase?

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Select training media

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Develop criteria   

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Pretest trainees

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Monitor training

 

4. _____ analysis is helpful in determining the special needs of a particular group, such as older workers, women, or managers at different levels. 

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Individual

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Organization

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Demographic

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Operations

 

 

 

5. Which of the following is an example of an on-the-job training method? 

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Understudy assignments

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Role playing

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Intelligent tutoring

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Case method

 

6. Which of the following is an example of the simulation method of training? 

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Job rotation

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Orientation

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Correspondence courses

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In-basket

 

7. The level of training needs analysis that attempts to identify the content of the training is _____ analysis. 

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environmental

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operations

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organizational

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individual

 

8. _____ refers to the material that is rich in association for the trainees and is therefore easily understood by them. 

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Pygmalion effect

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Training paradox

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Orientation

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Meaningfulness

 

 

 

9. Which theory is founded on the premise that an individual’s intentions regulate his or her behavior? 

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Correspondent inference theory

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Goal theory

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Grounded theory

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Attribution theory

 

10. The impact of training on _____ is the most significant, but it is the most difficult effect to demonstrate.

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organizational results

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demographics

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action learning

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trainee self-esteem

 

11. When trainees are given the opportunity to practice far beyond the point where they have performed a task correctly several times, the task becomes second nature and is

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overlearned

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irrelevant

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repetitive

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boring

 

12. The level of training needs analysis that focuses on identifying whether training supports the company’s strategic direction is called _____ analysis.

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operations

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individual

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environmental

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organization