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MGMT 5311 - Ch. 3

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Laura Guerrero

on 19 September 2013

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Transcript of MGMT 5311 - Ch. 3

MGMT 5311 - Chapter 3
Dr. Laura Guerrero
what is it?
example of someone who is high or low in this individual difference
1. values
2. personality and five factors
3. Myers-Briggs types
4. positive and negative affectivity
Explain and give an example:
1. perception
2. difference between self-perception and social perception
3. self-enhancement bias AND self-effacement bias
4. false consensus error
What are individual differences?

What is the interactionist perspective?

How does it help us understand behavior in organizations?
What are P-O fit and P-J fit?

Are these concepts valuable to organizations?
To individuals?
What are personality tests used for?
What are some benefits of using personality tests?
What may be some problems related to this?

Why does perception matter for someone who wants to understand people working in organizations?
what is it?
example of someone who is high or low in this individual difference
(1) self-monitoring
(2) proactive personality
(3) self-esteem AND self-efficacy
(4) locus of control
Explain and give an example:

1. stereotypes
2. self-fulfilling prophecy
3. selective perception
4. internal AND external attribution
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