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Avoiding every annoyance during problem solving
Avoiding a no-pain, no-gain mentality
Running as hard as possible
Living your life as if your life depends on it.
In the early stages of planning and problem solving
Before the aha! stage of planning and problem solving
After the aha! stage of planning and problem solving
Only when convergent thinking fails
Do not use sarcasm
Avoid typing in all uppercase letters
All of the above
Plan to, try to, and intend to
Might, maybe, and hope to
Ought to, should and had to
Will, promise to and commit
The beliefs and behavior of people who assume their culture is superior to all others.
Generalizing about a group of people based on the behavior of isolated group members
Allowing people to assume the role of victim and to avoid taking responsibility for their own lives.
Represented by the visible aspects of diversity.
You should participate in every conversation that you can
You can choose conversations that exhilirate and sustain you.
Conversations with instructors are often frustrating
You often do not have any control over which people you converse with
Taking action and ussing the stategies for earning more money or spending less money, or both.
Taking advantage of credit card offers that you receive in the mail
Commiting to spending no more money than you have
Telling the truth about how much money you have and how much you spend.
A sport played in the summer
An online scam to get your personal information.
Filling out financial aid forms
A personal finance software program
Not drink milk
Avoid fad diets
Eat quickly and leave the dinner table promptly
Eat larger portions and fewer meals
You have to make choices about what you do to your body
Alcohol is the least dangerous of abused substances
Almost half of all traffic fatalities are causeed by the elderly on medication
Most people who need drug abuse treatment receive it.
Go around fixing others
Not get involved with others directly
Contribute to the welfare of others
Show others how dissatisfied we are.
Use the all-or-nothing approach
Question when a product is endorsed by a celebrity
Try to divert attention from the relevant issue
Recognize that most events have only one cause
Usually rich enough to addord their addictions
Usually young white males
A diverse and varied group of people
Always great at hiding their addictions
Taking advantage of cash advance offers
Checking statements against your records
Using just one credit card
Scrutinizing credit card offers
Point out sexist language and behavior
Get comfortable with sexual comments and actions
Accept that men get more recognition in school
Ignore sexist behavior in others
The government is forcing us to live with other cultures
Foreign students are taking all the good jobs from Americans
Our daily lives are a cultural tapestry woven by many different peoples
It causes us to lose the abilitly to function effectively on teams
Have a more logical reason to be defensive
Deny responsibility if you are indifferent to the issue at hand
Show the person how things have always been done
Help the person translate his own complaint into an action plan.
Decreasing options technology
Develop options technology
Decreasing options technique
Develop options technique
A piece of persuasive writing
A dry recitation of facts
A list of previous jobs
Reference list of information
Include a piece of persuasive writing with your résumé
Contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Get a feel for the organization by researching its recent successes in the marketplace
Highlight your interpersonal skills on your résumé
Face your problems alone
Quit and do nothing about your problems
Admit when you dont have the resouces to handle a problem and get help
Get help when you realize you dont have the resources to handle your problems.
Comparing the item's price to its value
Purchasing larger size packages of items for a lower per-serving price
Shopping at discount stores as opposed to specialty retail stores
Examining your personal values before making purchases.
Assumptions are usually unstated.
Many assumptions can be held at the same time.
Many assumptions may contradict each other.
All of the above
Women or men
Neither women nor men
Learn about other cultures
Speak and listen with cultural sensitivity.
See people as the spokesperson for an entire group.
Learn about yourself and understand the lenses through which you see the world.
Repeat the same words again and again.
Avoid using gestures.
Speak faster and louder.
Print what you are saying in block letters.
Realize that most communication is verbal
Talk when you are decoding a message.
Be aware of when you are the sender and when you are the receiver.
Try to send and receive at the same time.
Make assertions based on emotions.
Ask few questions.
Not change their point of view.
Distinguish fact and opinion.
Apply across many different content areas.
Come close to the heart of what we do in our jobs.
Are gained by taking advanced degrees.
Are listed in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.
Read before bedtime
Watch television in bed.
An online purchase over $1,000
An online purchase made from a company based outside the United States
Shopping online while you're drinking alcohol.
A purchase from an online auction service such as eBay.
When you need someone to recap your message.
When a conflict is difficult to resolve.
When you want to apologize and don't know how.
When you want someone to resolve the problem for you.
Creating new options
Exploring creative solutions
A narrowing-down process
Compare your actual expenses to budgeted amounts
Reconcile your records with bank and credit card statements.
All of the above
The instructor changing the content of a test
Extra testing time
Providing note takers and sign language interpreters
Identifying direct quotes with quoataion marks
Avoiding identifying details if your source is a Web page
Submitting only your work
Citing sources for content created by someone other than you.
How you can practice self control
The ability to see something valuable that you weren't looking for originally
The ability to predict your success
Discoveries in the medical field
Read research publications (shool catlogs, brochures, websites)
Contact people (academic advisors, students, staff members)
Visit the potential schools
All of the above
Portfolios list facts, including your interests, skills and work history
Portfolios include tangible artifacts of your accomplishments
Portfolios list transferable skills and content skills on the first page
Portfolios catalog only your volunteer work or service-learning projects.
Not just transmitted through sexual contact
Uncommon among heterosexuals
Transmitted through coughs, mosquitoes and toilet seats
Easy to detect because of its obvious symptoms.
Expanding your contacts in the community
All of the above
These substances are the only ways to have fun
Most of us allow others to dictate how we use our bodies
Reading this book will help you to overcome addiction.
Students need information about the costs of substance abuse.
Lying to creditors about your situation
Continuing to overspend
Going for credit counseling
Thinking about your finances in general terms
Learning from our experiences
Blaming the true causes
Enabling others to act by making requests, delegating and following up
Inspiring a shared vision by keeping people in tough with the ultimate value and purpose of the project
Sustaining the enthusiasm of a project by taking full credit.
Modeling the qualities you seek in others.
Allows you to limit the amount of research information you will use.
Allows you to stop changing the precise order of your presentation
Allows you to start writing from the end of your outline if you need to
Allows you to use scholarly language to impress your teacher
Stick to your terms
Not admit uncertainty
Give mroe support to ideas endorsed by an authority
Be aware of your hot spots
Only full-time employment
Bilingual career options
A limitless supply of career options
Staying away fron organized support groups
Keeping a daily journal of you hopes, wishes and goals
Wasting time and taking anything unrelated to your major
Finding a mentor to watch your children so you can travel
Eating only one food at a time for weeks
Observing your purchases of small-ticket items
Paying for your purchases using credit cards
Never comparison shopping or using coupons
Going out to dinner every night.
Reading it out loud
Having someone else look over it
Taking your time and proofing your work thoroughly
All of the above
I have my own theory on this, but I'd like to hear your point of view.
I thought the debater made several interesting points; I'd like to hear more evidence to support each one.
I'll be able to understand this after studying the text more thoroughly.
Let's see where this idea leads.
The food pyramid
A crazed glazed donut
Focusing on your education
Working while your in school
Doing your best at every job
Cutting classes so that you can make extra money.
Displaying or distributing sexually explicit material
Sexual gestures or jokes
None of the above
A company that recruits men to perform jobs traditionally held by women.
A textbook that shows only men in leadership roles.
A school with only a women's volleyball team starting a men's volleyball team.
A counselor giving a brochure to a female student about careers in teaching.
Ask the sender to repeat the message
Allow several seconds to pass before responding to someone
Frequently look around the room to avoid starting.
Think about your response while the speaker is talking.
Doing something one way all the time
Fighting off tension and discomfort
Not saying "I don't know"
Basing your career choice on what pays the most.
Realizing you already know a lot about your career plan.
Knowing that you will probably discover your career someday.
Reading the want ads to see what careers are popular.
Lambskin condoms are best.
Condoms are for vaginal sex only.
Condoms work best with a nonoxynol-9 lubricant.
Latex condoms work best.
They are small and easily lost.
They can help you establish credit.
Their interest rates are always 20% per year or higher.
They can leave you with a debt load that takes decades to pay off.
Use apologies or qualifiers
Give in to the request before it has actually been made.
Remember that one no leads to another yes.
Say no when you have to grasp for words.
Why am I considering this issues?
When is serendipity a valuable contribution?
How well is each point supported?
What if I could combine a variety of points to make a new point?
They belong to the dominant or mainstream culture.
They are always bicultural.
They value diversity and are committed to cultural understanding.
They are often teachers, tutors, counselors or social workers.
Celebrate our own culture
Gloss over our individual differences
Are displaying self-justification
Speak of cultures that promote multiculturalism.
Become more aware of your nonverbal behavior
Avoid making assumtions about people's reactions
Use an "I" message
Use questions that aren't really questions but are actually requests.
Choose one path and follow it all the way
Look at data from one side
Look for an immediate solution
Evaluate your options
Ignore your deepest desires while making such an important decision.
Try to find the one "right" career
Relax and let others make the decision for you
Use specific names to describe you career plans.
A deeling of serenity
A high energy level
Increased stress and risk of heart attack
Increased debt load
Lower levels of unemployment, incarceration and smoking
Living in large urban centers
Research topic thoroughly
Focus on delivery, not content
Ignore the physical sensations commonly associated with stage fright
Adopt a performance orientation when giving a speech
Define the problem, generate possibilities, create a plan, perform a plan
Define the problem, evaluate the problem, create possible solutions, practice critical thinking skills
Practice critical thinking, plan your solutions, pave the way to success, perform success
Define possible options, prepare for quality work, plan your work, work your plan
Take it seriously
Listen actively and completely
Seek professional help
All of the above
Being concerned with making major mistakes
Worrying about the smaller details of a plan
Doing thing on your own and not asking for help
Reminding others of the long term vision.
"I don't like to waste our manager's time by being late."
"I would never be late to a meeting if I were you."
"I hate it when you show up late."
"I suppose I should schedule the meeting later so you can make it on time."
Don't accept ideas that seem silly
Work by yourself whenever possible
Write the ideas down after the session
Avoid making judgments and evaluations during the session
Meaningful community service
A salary at minimum wage
Reflection about what was learned during the project
A formal academic curriculum
How to make more money
How money flows in and out of your life
How to save more money
How to spend more money
You are obligated to speak in a certain way
Creating your future through writing term papers
Making and keeping agreements
Agreeing to relationships at all costs
"When I need a new outfit, I ask my gay friends because they probably know a lot about fashion."
"If you want to learn how to speak Japanese, ask my friend Naoko because she's taking Japanese this semester."
"If you want to learn how to play basketball, ask Greg because he's African-American."
"The college should hire a woman when it chooses the new president because she will be more sensitive to students."
A paraphrase of a science article as long as you cite the source
A cut and paste article from an entertainment website
An entire e-mail message from an instructor at your school
The opening lines of a speech by a visiting lecturer.
Leads to a single solution to problems
Helps improve relationship with friends, coworkers and teachers
Proves that current facts are always correct