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Professional Development and Applied Ethics

Focuses on developing personal and professional skills and ethical values to succeed in a workplace and earn or maintain professional credentials.

applied ethics

ethical decision-making

workplace ethics

business ethics

personal ethics

professional ethics

code of ethics

ethical leadership

corporate social responsibility

work-life balance

career development

general

Personality development helps you develop a positive attitude in life.

  • Neither true nor false
  • False
  • Either true or false
  • True

This where an infant looks to the mother’s face when confronted with an unfamiliar person or situation

  • Social referencing
  • Theory of the mind
  • Social preferencing
  • Temperament

This is where in which an official who controls an organization causes it to enter into a transaction with the official, or with another organization that benefits the official, i.e., the official is on both sides of the “deal”.

  • Gifts from friends
  • Family interests
  • Outside employment
  • Self-dealing
  • Question text

Non-Maleficence is known as one of the ethical principles, which does not describe non-maleficence?

  • Do not encourage participation of clients in therapies or other interventions that could result in harm to the client
  • Do not harm through inaction
  • Do No Harm
  • Relationship Building

What do you call the lawyer who obeys the law (including professional obligations to a client) even when it conflicts with her own morals.

  • civil obedience
  • integrity
  • honesty
  • moral obedience

Duty to help

  • beneficence

Fair Opportunity Rule-Discrimination

  • Fidelity
  • Autonomy
  • Justice
  • Fairness

Social context is where each child lives, especially the relationships that provide security, guidance, and knowledge.

  • True
  • False

Do not encourage participation of clients in therapies or other interventions that could result in harm to the client

  • non-maleficence

It refers to all training, certification and education that a worker needs to succeed in his or her career. It's no secret that different jobs require different skills.

  • Personality development
  • Personality assessment
  • Professional assessment
  • Professional development

It is a form of negotiated bribery in which a commission is paid to the bribe-taker in exchange for services rendered.

  • Conflict of Interest
  • Bribery
  • Kickback
  • Bioethics

This is where in which a spouse, child, or other close relative is employed (or applies for employment) or where goods or services are purchased from such a relative or a firm controlled by a relative.

  • Gifts from friends
  • Outside employment
  • Self-dealing
  • Family interests

It is the act of giving money, goods, or other forms of compensation to a recipient in exchange for an alteration of their behavior (to the benefit/interest of the giver) that the recipient would otherwise not alter.

  • Bioethics
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Bribery
  • Kickback

What is the motto of an open individual?

  • VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE

The Muslims or tribes of India does not have a subculture of their own within the larger framework of the culture of India.

  • Neither true nor false
  • True
  • Either true or false
  • False

Promotion of well-being of others through actions that provide positive benefits and actions that prevent harm

  • Autonomy
  • Fidelity
  • Beneficence
  • Fairness

He observed that “Culture provides the link between what men are intrinsically capable of becoming and what they actually, one by one, in fact become.

  • Clifford Geertz
  • Winer 2001
  • Thompson 1996
  • Goodvin 2010

It is an important cornerstone of social and personality development, because infants and young children who are securely attached have been found to develop stronger friendships with peers, more advanced emotional understanding and early conscience development, and more positive self-concepts, compared with insecurely attached children.

  • SECURITY OF ATTACHMENT

To master new skills, you need to be efficient.

  • Neither true nor false
  • Either true or false
  • False
  • True

It is the mastering of new skills.

  • EFFICIENCY

It consists of the cognitive, emotional, and social influences that cause young children to create and act consistently with internal standards of conduct.

  • Conscience
  • Effort
  • Control
  • Conscious

This is where an official who controls an organization causes it to enter into a transaction with the official, or with another organization that benefits the official, i.e., the official is on both sides of the “deal”.

  • self-dealing

Lawyers should be able to hide behind their professional status or the adversarial system of the courts to release themselves from moral obligations they would have if they weren’t lawyers.

  • Either True or False
  • True
  • Neither True or False
  • False

People who rate high on the personality trait of __________________ tend to be upbeat, optimistic, and sociable.

  • Extraversion
  • Introversion
  • Intraversion
  • Neuroticism

It is an ethical challenge that occurs when an individual or organization is involved in multiple interests that are at odds with one another.

  • Kickback
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Bioethics
  • Bribery

Infants become securely attached when care is inconsistent or neglectful; these infants tend to respond avoidantly, resistantly, or in a disorganized manner.

  • True
  • False

The lawyer can or may do all that they can to achieve the client’s objectives and maximize the like hood that the client’s objectives will be attained

  • partisanship

According to Christian doctrines such as that all humans are made in the image of God or that all humans have an immortal soul.

  • Roman Catholic
  • Iglesia ni Cristo
  • Ang Dating Daan
  • Christian Doctrines

The more of an introvert someone is, the more of a social butterfly they are.

  • True
  • False

Conflict of interest includes the following except one.

  • Self-dealing
  • Outside employment
  • Partisanship
  • Gifts from friends

Movement of clients through levels of care

  • justice

Adhering to National Minimum Standards of Practice

  • Beneficence
  • Fidelity
  • Autonomy
  • Fairness

Your personality will dictate your success in career. (True or False)

  • True
  • Either true or false
  • Neither true nor false
  • False

Personality development not only makes you look good and presentable but also helps you face the world with a smile.

  • False
  • Either true or false
  • Neither true nor false
  • True

This is where the lawyer is not responsible for the client’s decisions and a lawyer is neither legally, professionally, nor morally accountable for the means used or the ends achieved.

  • Non accountability
  • Accountability
  • Partisanship
  • Neutrality

If you are too shy to speak when in a group, then this only means you lack self-esteem and confidence.

  • False
  • Neither true nor false
  • Either true or false
  • True
  • Question text

Do not harm through inaction

  • Autonomy
  • Non-Maleficence
  • Fairness
  • Justice

In the workplace, it is very common to experience difficulties, from something as simple as beating traffic to stressful ones such as meeting project deadlines, as well as maintaining good relationships with your bosses and colleagues.

  • False
  • Either true or false
  • True
  • Neither true nor false

In Non-Maleficence in Ethical Principles, which does not belong to the group?

  • Do not encourage participation of clients
  • Relationship Building
  • Do not harm through inaction
  • Do not Harm

In Autonomy in Ethical Principles, which does not belong to the group?

  • In Autonomy in Ethical Principles, which does not belong to the group?
  • Select one:
  • Client Involvement
  • Informed Consent
  • “One size fits all”
  • Client Choice

It deals with the ethical dimensions of new developments in medicine and the biological sciences.

  • bioethics

The term "social interest" refers to:

  • All of the above
  • Striving for a better future for all humans
  • An individual's attitude in dealing with the social world
  • A sense of identification and empathy with others

Is the person who exposes any kind of information or activity that is deemed illegal, unethical, or not correct within an organization that is either private or public.

  • whistleblower

The security of attachment is an important cornerstone of social and personality development, because infants and young children who are securely attached have been found to develop stronger friendships with peers, more advanced emotional understanding and early conscience development, and more positive self-concepts, compared with insecurely attached children (Thompson, 2008).

  • True
  • False

Consent to Treat / Consent to Release

  • Consent to Treat / Consent to Release
  • Select one:
  • Fairness
  • Beneficence
  • Fidelity
  • Autonomy

Fidelity is known as one of the ethical principles, which does not describe fidelity?

  • Do No Harm
  • Maintenance of Trust
  • Relationship Building
  • Confidentiality

We can live in a world of peace when a people know how to treat each other with respect.

  • Neither True nor False
  • True
  • False
  • Either True or False

What is most likely to happen in a neurotic person?

  • DIE YOUNGER

“One Size Fits All”

  • Justice
  • Fairness
  • Autonomy
  • Fidelity

Personal ethics include the following attributes EXCEPT:

  • Values
  • Negative attitude
  • Moral principles
  • Personality

The key to identifying bribery is that it is intended to alter the recipient’s behavior.

  • True
  • Neither True nor False
  • False
  • Either True or False

It describes how financial difficulties are associated with parents’ depressed moods, which in turn lead to marital problems and poor parenting that contributes to poorer child adjustment.

  • FAMILY STRESS MODEL

What do you call the outlet for individuals to brainstorm and seek feedback.

  • NETWORK

In this____________, lawyers might find themselves not using improper tactics (even if they are perfectly ‘legal’) or declining to act for clients whose end goals are morally questionable.

  • civic activist approach
  • ethical approach
  • morally activist approach
  • legal approach

Introvertness implies a fear of social interactions or an inability to function socially.

  • True
  • False

Kick Back is an ethical challenge that occurs when an individual or organization is involved in multiple interests that are at odds with one another.

  • Either True or False
  • False
  • Neither True nor False
  • True

Man is not a social animal. But he is not born social. He is born into the stream of the social process, into a cultural milieu. (True or False)

  • True
  • False

Personality development helps you develop an impressive personality and makes you stand apart from the rest.

  • False
  • Either true or false
  • Neither true nor false
  • a. True

Autonomy is known as one of the ethical principles, which does not describe autonomy?

  • Consent to Treat / Consent to Release
  • Informed Consent
  • Client Involvement
  • Treatments and services that are helpful

It refers to a feeling of being certain that something will happen.

  • CONFIDENCE

Personality development does not help an individual to inculcate positive qualities like punctuality, flexible attitude, willingness to learn, friendly nature, eagerness to help others.

  • Either true or false
  • Neither true nor false
  • False
  • True

What do you call the quality that some children are temperamentally more capable of motivated self-regulation?

  • EFFORTFUL CONTROL

It refers to any use of philosophical methods critically to examine practical moral decisions and to treat moral problems, practices, and policies in the professions, technology, government, and the like.

  • Integrity
  • Ethics
  • Professional Ethics
  • Applied Ethics

Which does not belong to the group?

  • Legal
  • Unlawful
  • Licit
  • Legit

Who wrote that no anthropologist with a background of experiences of other cultures has ever believed that individuals were automations, mechanically carrying out the decrees of their civilization?

  • RUTH BENEDICT

The act of learning provides new perspective and increased expertise in your field.

  • True
  • False

It measures the extent of a person's warmth and kindness.

  • AGREEABLENESS

This trait means dependable, disciplined and achievement-focused.

  • Openness
  • Agreeableness
  • Conscientiousness
  • Extraversion

People who are __ are organized and have a strong sense of duty.

  • CONSCIENTIOUS

Young children learn about gender from parents, peers, and others in society, and develop their own conceptions of the attributes associated with maleness or femaleness called ____________.

  • Gender schemas
  • Gender equality
  • Gender queer
  • Gender

The following are processes of integrity, which one is not?

  • choosing the right course of conduct
  • openly declaring where one stands
  • deciding whether or not to tell the truth
  • acting consistently with the choice even when is inconvenient or unprofitable to do so

Personality development grooms an individual and helps him make a mark of his/her own.

  • Neither true nor false
  • Either true or false
  • True
  • False

It implies a fear of social interactions or an inability to function socially.

  • SHYNESS

Individualized Treatment as opposed to “One Size Fits All Models”

  • Fairness
  • Justice
  • Fidelity
  • Autonomy

It is defined as an early-emerging difference in reactivity and self-regulation.

  • Social referencing
  • Temperament
  • Theory of the mind
  • Social preferencing

Different cultures have different types of mode of habits.

  • True
  • Neither true nor false
  • False
  • Either true or false

Abuse of this type of conflict of interest is called ______________.

  • hepotism
  • nepotism
  • hypnotism
  • petonism

The motto of the open individual might be "Variety is the spice of life”.

  • True
  • False

People high in conscientiousness are more spontaneous and freewheeling.

  • True
  • False

Informed part of informed consent

  • Fidelity
  • Autonomy
  • Beneficence
  • Fairness

It refers to all training, certification and education that a worker needs to succeed in his or her career.

  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This is where the interests of one job contradict another.

  • outside employment

The teacher performance results provide continual _____ to professional development.

  • support
  • guidance
  • assessment
  • feedback

For the standard conception lawyer, being faithful to the law and working out exactly what the ‘law’ is, or the ‘illegal entitlements’ of any given client, may be challenging in situations in which the law is unclear, or in which there are competing interpretations of the law.

  • Neither True nor False
  • True
  • False
  • Either True or False

The latest and one of the most controversial issue when it comes to sexual equality is regraded with the use of comfort room where in fact, the only solution is that people should respect whatever sexuality a person belong.

  • True
  • Either True or False
  • False
  • Neither True nor False

Confidentiality

  • fidelity

Proper conduct in relationships with your employer, co-workers and clients is known as:

  • Personal hygiene
  • Professional development
  • Professional connecting
  • Professional ethics

The most fundamental dimensions of personality; the broad, basic traits that are hypothesized to be universal and relatively few in number.

  • Traits
  • Surface traits
  • Behaviors
  • Source traits

It is a human product.

  • CULTURE

The following are ethical Principles, which does not belong to the group?

  • Fidelity
  • Autonomy
  • Honesty
  • Justice

Do not encourage participation of clients in therapies or other interventions that could result in harm to the client

  • Justice
  • Autonomy
  • Non-Maleficence
  • Fairness

Personality is shaped by the ______________ between the child’s temperamental qualities and characteristics of the environment.

  • Good fit
  • Goodness
  • Fit
  • Goodness of fit

Justice is known as one of the ethical principles, which does not describe justice?

  • Treatments and services that are helpful
  • “One Size Fits All”
  • Access to Services
  • Fair Opportunity Rule-Discrimination

People who rate high on ____________ tend to be anxious, worried, and socially insecure.

  • Introversion
  • Neuroticism
  • Extraversion

It means adherence to principles

  • Inequality
  • Bribery
  • Equality
  • Integrity

In family life, how you deal with your spouse, your parents, or your children also does not have something to do with the kind of person you are.

  • False
  • True
  • Neither true nor false
  • Either true or false

Integrity is a three-step process: choosing the right course of conduct; acting consistently with the choice—even when it’s inconvenient or unprofitable to do so; openly declaring where one stands.

  • Neither True nor False
  • True
  • Either True or False
  • False

Beneficence is known as one of the ethical principles, which does not describe beneficence?

  • Duty to help
  • Act to prevent harm
  • Maintenance of Trust
  • Utilizing the current research and best practices

As an alternative to the standard conception, some people suggest that lawyers should engage in ‘moral reflection’ when they encounter ethical dilemmas.

  • Neither True or False
  • True
  • Either True or False
  • False

Some of those who take the ‘civil obedience’ approach argue that we live in a pluralistic society based on competing notions of the public good, that the institutions of law are designed to mediate between these diverse ranges of views, and that it is not for lawyers to determine what we will do as a community, what rights we will allocate and to whom.

  • Neither True nor False
  • True
  • Either True or False
  • False

Bribery is the act of giving money, goods, or other forms of compensation to a recipient in exchange for an alteration of their behavior (to the benefit/interest of the giver) that the recipient would otherwise not alter.

  • False
  • Neither True nor False
  • True
  • Either True or False

Identify which does not belong to the group

  • Euthanasia
  • War and Peace
  • Value of Human Life
  • Abortion

It is the person who exposes any kind of information or activity that is deemed illegal, unethical, or not correct within an organization that is either private or public.

  • whistleblower
  • Accountability
  • Partisanship
  • Non accountability

It refers to the quality or power of inspiring belief.

  • It refers to the quality or power of inspiring belief.
  • Answer:
  • CREDIBILITY

This is which an infant looks to the mother’s face when confronted with an unfamiliar person or situation

  • SOCIAL REFERENCING

Utilizing the current research and best practices

  • beneficence

Who tried out several experiments to prove that perception is very much influenced by cultural traits?

  • HELLOWEL

Environmental issues raise a host of difficult ethical questions, including the ancient question of the nature of extrinsic value.

  • False
  • True
  • Neither True nor False
  • Either True or False

In Fidelity in Ethical Principles, which does not belong to the group?

  • Relationship Building
  • Maintenance of Trust
  • Do not harm
  • Confidentiality

It is not easy to become complacent and simply maintain the status quo.

  • Either true or false
  • Neither true nor false
  • True
  • False

A whistleblower is a person who exposes any kind of information or activity that is deemed legal, unethical, or not correct within an organization that is either private or public.

  • False
  • True
  • Either True or False
  • Neither True nor False

What is the other term for mediators?

  • GATE KEEPERS

In Justice in Ethical Principles, which does not belong to the group?

  • Fairness
  • Client Choice
  • Rights to Services
  • Access to Services

The Big Five are the ingredients that make up each individual's personality.

  • BIG FIVE

This is where in which the interests of one job contradict another.

  • Self-dealing
  • Family interests
  • Gifts from friends
  • Outside employment

This is the one who also do business with the person receiving the gifts (may include non-tangible things of value such as transportation and lodging).

  • Self-dealing
  • Gifts from friends
  • Outside employment
  • Family interests

Relationship Building

  • fidelity

This is where the lawyer can or may do all that they can to achieve the client’s objectives and maximize the like hood that the client’s objectives will be attained.

  • Partisanship
  • Non accountability
  • Neutrality
  • Accountability

He observed that Culture provides the link between what men are intrinsically capable of becoming and what they actually, one by one, in fact become.

  • CLIFFORD GEERTZ

It is about treating people in such a way that the outcome for each person can be the same.

  • equality

It is defined as anearly-emerging differences in reactivity and self-regulation.

  • TEMPERAMENT

Conscientiousness means dependable, disciplined and achievement-focused.

  • True
  • False

In program evaluation, which does not belong to the group?

  • Process
  • Outcome
  • Progress
  • Input

Which does not belong to the group.

  • Fidelity
  • Bribery
  • Beneficence
  • Autonomy

Professional development for educators is important because it allows them to do what?

  • Share what they have learned with others
  • All of the answers are true
  • Try new things in the classroom
  • Network with other professionals

The Stress Family describes how financial difficulties are associated with parents’ depressed moods, which in turn lead to marital problems and poor parenting that contributes to poorer child adjustment (Conger, Conger, & Martin, 2010).

  • True
  • False

In business, sometimes ethics comes down to deciding whether or not to tell the truth.

  • Either True or False
  • True
  • False
  • Neither True nor False

It is not for the lawyer to be the judge of their client

  • neutrality

What is the standard laboratory procedure that asses the nature of attachment?

  • STRANGE SITUATION

It is a shorthand for "openness to experience."

  • Agreeableness
  • Conscientiousness
  • Extraversion
  • Openness

The tribe called __ is very keen is discerning between a meaningful explanation and important facts.

  • YORUBA

What do you call the attributes associated with maleness or femaleness?

  • GENDER SCHEMAS
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