In Marshall’s culture, maintaining self-consistency is an important sign of authenticity.Consequently, Marshall tries to think and act similarly across different situations and across time.Given what you know about Marshall’s culture,

In Marshall’s culture, maintaining self-consistency is an important sign of authenticity.Consequently, Marshall tries to think and act similarly across different situations and across time.Given what you know about Marshall’s culture, you can also expect that he will
A) regularly experience objective self-awareness.
B) regularly experience subjective self-awareness.
C) possess an entity theory of the self.
D) possess an incremental theory of the self.
E) be a very conscientious person.

Ibrahim has had 4 more years of schooling than his identical twin brother.Which of the following will be true of Ibrahim?

Ibrahim has had 4 more years of schooling than his identical twin brother.Which of the following will be true of Ibrahim?
A) Ibrahim is no more likely to score higher on the “culture-fair” Raven’s Matrices IQ test, as compared to his twin.
B) Ibrahim’s working memory is likely to be better than that of his twin.
C) Ibrahim is less likely to be a “visual thinker” than his twin.
D) Ibrahim is likely to have a worse memory than his twin.
E) Ibrahim’s brain is likely to weigh more than his twin’s.

Janice knocks over Brad’s cup of water all over his book by accident, and now Brad is furious that his book is sopping wet.Janice doesn’t think Brad should feel very

Janice knocks over Brad’s cup of water all over his book by accident, and now Brad is furious that his book is sopping wet.Janice doesn’t think Brad should feel very upset because she didn’t knock over his water cup intentionally, but Brad insists that he has every right to be upset with Janice, whether she meant to do it or not.Which of the following is true about Brad’s response?
A) In Western societies, Brad would be encouraged to feel less upset because Janice did not intend to make his book wet.
B) In Fiji, Brad would not feel upset because Janice did not intentionally make his book wet.
C) In Western societies, Brad would feel more upset because it is assumed that bad actions are immoral regardless of intentionality.
D) In Fiji, Brad would not feel upset because it is assumed that bad actions are unintentional.
E) In Western societies, Brad would feel upset because Janice is discussion her intentions openly.

In their partnership agreement, Tulum is responsible for the books. The principal office of the partnership is in Denver but Tulum works from home most of the time in Colorado

In their partnership agreement, Tulum is responsible for the books. The principal office of the partnership is in Denver but Tulum works from home most of the time in Colorado Springs. Unless otherwise agreed, the records of a partnership ________
A) are kept in a safety deposit box at the bank used by the partnership.
B) are able to be taken to any partners home.
C) are to be kept at the location of the partnership’s principal business office.
D) can be kept in a locked box at Tulum’s house and brought back to the business each week to be audited.
E) can be kept at all the different locations of the partnership’s business office.

In their partnership agreement, Tulum is responsible for the books. The principal office of the partnership is in Denver but

In their partnership agreement, Tulum is responsible for the books. The principal office of the partnership is in Denver but Tulum works from home most of the time in Colorado Springs. Unless otherwise agreed, the records of a partnership ________
A) are kept in a safety deposit box at the bank used by the partnership.
B) are able to be taken to any partners home.
C) are to be kept at the location of the partnership’s principal business office.
D) can be kept in a locked box at Tulum’s house and brought back to the business each week to be audited.
E) can be kept at all the different locations of the partnership’s business office.

Hadley wants to purchase a fitness tracker. She is unsure about what type will best suit her needs and work

Hadley wants to purchase a fitness tracker. She is unsure about what type will best suit her needs and work best with other products she owns. As a result, she has begun asking for advice from her friends and relatives. In addition, she has talked to several salespeople at Apple and Best Buy and has looked at some online reviews. Hadley is engaging in
A) problem recognition.
B) an internal search.
C) an external search.
D) a purchase task.
E) the creation of an antecedent state.