-The three components of an attitude are cognition, affect, and behavior. T -The three components of an attitude are cognition, affect, and behavior. F -The intent to act in a certain way is the affective component of an attitude. F -The affective component of attitude is the emotional, or feeling, segment of an attitude. T -The cognitive component of an attitude describes an intention to behave in a certain way toward someone or something. F -According to Festinger, people seek consistency between their attitudes and their behaviors. T -No individual can completely avoid dissonance. T
-Individuals will be more motivated to reduce dissonance when they believe the dissonance is due to something they cannot control. F -Rewards can offset dissonance. T
-Attitudes that our memories can easily access are less likely to predict our behavior. F -Job satisfaction describes a positive feeling about a job, resulting from an evaluation of its characteristics. T -Job involvement measures the degree to which people identify psychologically with the organization's mission and vision. F -An individual's involvement w/, satisfaction with, and enthusiasm for the work he or she does is known as employee engagement. T -Disengaged employees have a tendency to invest time but not energy or attention into their work. T -The single global rating approach to measuring job satisfaction is more sophisticated than the summation of job facets approach. F -Asking employees how they feel about key elements in a job and then adding the results to create an overall job satisfaction score is the single global rating approach to job satisfaction. F -Creating a satisfied workforce guarantees successful organizational performance. F -To effectively control the undesirable consequences of job dissatisfaction, employers should try to control the different responses to dissatisfaction. F -Differences in easily perceived characteristics, such as gender, race, ethnicity, age, and disability, give...
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