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1. The maker of Purell hand sanitizer tested consumers' reactions to its Purell Sanitizing Wipes by getting consumers to look through a newspaper with grocery store ads, make out a grocery list, and then "shop" in a mock store filled with real products, including the new product. This is an example of a(n): (Points : 3)        adoption-rate test
       simulated (laboratory) market test
       concept test
       use test
       juried consumer test















2. Razor scooters gained instant popularity because walkers and runners frequently saw people on the scooters zipping by them and having fun. This information suggests the adoption rate of the Razor scooter was most affected by which product characteristic? (Points : 3)

       Complexity
       Trialability
       Relative advantage
       Observability
       Compatibility

 















3. In the _____ stage of new-product development, the technical feasibility of manufacturing the new product is examined as a prototype is produced. (Points : 3)

       screening
       development
       market testing
       concept testing
       business analysis

 















4. A company has learned that members of its target market are likely to collect more information and evaluate more brands than early adopters. They are cautious and thoughtful and do not try the product without asking someone else. The customers' dominant characteristic is deliberateness. In terms of the diffusion process, these customers are most likely: (Points : 3)

       innovators
       early minority
       laggards
       early majority
       late majority

 















5. Which of the following intermediaries sell mainly to consumers? (Points : 4)

       Retailers
       Merchant wholesalers
       Agents
       Brokers
       Specialists

 















6. The efficient and cost-effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related information into, through, and out of channel member companies is called: (Points : 4)

       systematization
       logistics
       engineering
       distribution
       coordination

 















7. Agents and brokers: (Points : 4)

       have a great deal of control and risk invested in the goods
       only represent manufacturers in sales situations
       have a great deal of input on the terms of the sale
       generally are on salary with the manufacturer
       do not take title to merchandise

 















8. A Target store is an example of a(n): (Points : 4)

       merchant wholesaler
       retailer
       broker
       agent
       exporter

 















9. Which of the following describes a disadvantage associated with water transportation? (Points : 4)

       Cannot be used for international trade
       High cost
       Capability
       Lack of speed
       Product weight restrictions

 















10. Which supply chain strategy focuses primarily on the ability of the firm to fulfill customer demand, even if this means somewhat higher costs? (Points : 4)

       Lean supply chain management
       Reactive supply chain management
       Agile supply chain management
       Proactive supply chain management
       Leagile supply chain management

 















11. A manufacturer of automobile component parts that has turned over all transportation functions to an independent third party in its supply chain has engaged in: (Points : 4)

       creating a dependent materials-handling system
       outsourcing
       removing entry barriers
       task deployment
       channel rotation

 















12. Three dimensions of supply chain networks are commonly considered by supply chain managers. They are the horizontal structure, the vertical structure, and the: (Points : 4)

       integrated structure
       matrix structure
       functional position of the firm
       horizontal position
       hierarchical structure

 















13. _____ is any form of impersonal (one way) paid communication in which the sponsor or company is identified. (Points : 4)

       Advertising
       Publicity
       Promotion
       Public relations
       Nonpaid communication

 















14. _____ is the careful coordination of all promotional activities to produce a consistent, unified message that is customer focused. (Points : 4)

       Interpersonal and mass communications (IMC) approach
       Promotional mixing
       Integrated marketing communications
       Creative selling
       Relationship marketing

 















15. Point-of-purchase displays in grocery stores, coupons, premiums, and trial-size packages are most useful when the consumer is near the _____ stage of the AIDA model. (Points : 4)

       liking
       awareness
       action
       preference
       knowledge

 















16. Which of the following is one of the basic tasks typically performed by promotion? (Points : 4)

       Managing
       Organizing
       Rewarding
       Persuading
       Perceiving

 















17. _____ measures the number of different target consumers who are exposed to a commercial at least once during a specific period. (Points : 4)

       Noise level
       Frequency
       Reach
       Synchronization
       Cost per contact

 















18. _____ is the cost of reaching one member of the target market. (Points : 4)

       Cost per contact
       Cost per thousand
       Gross rating
       GRP
       Effective reach

 















19. A(n) _____ media schedule combines continuous scheduling throughout the year with a flighted schedule during the best sales periods. (Points : 4)

       pulsing
       bursting
       unremitting
       rhythmic
       vibrating

 















20. The seven steps of the selling process closely follow the: (Points : 4)

       AIDA concept
       hierarchy of needs
       traditional communications model
       process of forecasting and satisfying industry demand
       JIT process

 















21. Why are many marketers shortening the time in which a coupon can be redeemed? (Points : 4)

       To track response rates
       To increase introductory sales
       To create a greater sense of urgency to redeem the coupon
       To respond to claims that coupons adversely affect consumer behavior
       To limit the use of on-pack coupons

 















22. Effective sales management begins with: (Points : 4)

       determining sales goals
       determining the most efficient structure for the sales force
       determination the sales force size
       determining a compensation plan
       recruiting the sales force

 















23. Although many factors can influence price, the primary determinants are: (Points : 4)

       costs of manufacturing and distribution
       the demand for the good and the cost to the seller
       demand by the consumer and perceived quality
       distribution and promotion strategies
       stage of the product life cycle and costs to the consumer

 















24. _____ is the quantity of a product that will be offered to the market at various prices for a specified period. (Points : 4)

       Distribution
       Supply
       Price
       Equilibrium
       Elasticity

 















25. Price is best described as: (Points : 4)

       that which is given up in exchange to acquire a good or service
       money exchanged for a good or service
       the psychological results of purchasing
       the cost in dollars for a good or service as set by the producer
       the value of a barter good in an exchange

 

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Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.

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Here are my answers for comparison with your own:

1. The maker of Purell hand sanitizer tested consumers' reactions to its Purell Sanitizing Wipes by getting consumers to look through a newspaper with grocery store ads, make out a grocery list, and then "shop" in a mock store filled with real products, including the new product. This is an example of a(n): (Points : 3) adoption-rate test
simulated (laboratory) market test









2. Razor scooters gained instant popularity because walkers and runners frequently saw people on the scooters zipping by them and having fun. This information suggests the adoption rate of the Razor scooter was most affected by which product characteristic? (Points : 3)

Observability


3. In the _____ stage of new-product development, the technical feasibility of manufacturing the new product is examined as a prototype is produced. (Points : 3)


concept testing


4. A company has learned that members of its target market are likely to collect more information and evaluate more brands than early adopters. They are cautious and thoughtful and do not try the product without asking someone else. The customers' dominant characteristic is deliberateness. In terms of the diffusion process, these customers are most likely: (Points : 3)


laggards


5. Which of the following intermediaries sell mainly to consumers? (Points : 4)

Retailers


6. The efficient and cost-effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related information into, through, and out of channel member companies is called: (Points : 4)


logistics



7. Agents and brokers: (Points : 4)


do not take title to merchandise



8. A Target store is an example of a(n): (Points : 4)

retailer


9. Which of the following describes a disadvantage associated with water transportation? (Points : 4)

Product weight restrictions




10. Which supply chain strategy focuses primarily on the ability of the firm to fulfill customer demand, even if this means somewhat higher costs? (Points : 4)

Agile supply chain management



11. A manufacturer of automobile component parts that has turned over all transportation functions to an independent third party in its supply chain has engaged in: (Points : 4)


outsourcing





12. Three dimensions of supply chain networks are commonly considered by supply chain managers. They are the horizontal structure, the vertical structure, and the: (Points : 4)

horizontal position




13. _____ is any form of impersonal (one way) paid communication in which the sponsor or company is identified. (Points : 4)

Advertising


14. _____ is the careful coordination of all promotional activities to produce a consistent, unified message that is customer focused. (Points : 4)

Integrated marketing communications


15. Point-of-purchase displays in grocery stores, coupons, premiums, and trial-size packages are most useful when the consumer is near the _____ stage of the AIDA model. (Points : 4)

action




16. Which of the following is one of the basic tasks typically performed by promotion? (Points : 4)


Persuading



17. _____ measures the number of different target consumers who are exposed to a commercial at least once during a specific period. (Points : 4)

Reach

18. _____ is the cost of reaching one member of the target market. (Points : 4)

Cost per contact



19. A(n) _____ media schedule combines continuous scheduling throughout the year with a flighted schedule during the best sales periods. (Points : 4)

pulsing



20. The seven steps of the selling process closely follow the: (Points : 4)

AIDA concept




21. Why are many marketers shortening the time in which a coupon can be redeemed? (Points : 4)

To create a greater sense of urgency to redeem the coupon



22. Effective sales management begins with: (Points : 4)

determining sales goals



23. Although many factors can influence price, the primary determinants are: (Points : 4)

the demand for the good and the cost to the seller




24. _____ is the quantity of a product that will be offered to the market at various prices for a specified period. (Points : 4)


Supply



25. Price is best described as: (Points : 4)

that which is given up in exchange to acquire a good or service


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Customer: replied 1 year ago.

I'm so sorry. I thought I posted all the questions. Are you able to answer these as well or is the section is closed?







26. A key ingredient in the philosophy of marketing is __________, or the idea that people give up something in order to receive something that they would rather have. (Points : 5) exchange
synergy
promotion
execution















27. The marketing concept and market orientation recognize that: (Points : 5)

price is the most important variable for customers
sales depend predominantly on an aggressive sales force
what the customer thinks he or she is buying is what is important
a company has to apply scientific management techniques to survive

 















28. Which of the following is one of the elements of the marketing plan? (Points : 5)

a business mission statement
a target marketing strategy
the marketing mix
all of the choices

 















29. The steps of the consumer decision-making process in order are: (Points : 5)

need recognition, alternative aggregation, reevaluation, purchase decision, postpurchase behavior
need positioning, stimulus response reactions, evaluation of alternatives, purchase decision, postpurchase behavior
need positioning, alternative aggregation and divestment, purchase decision, postpurchase evaluation
need recognition, information search, evaluation of alternatives, purchase, and postpurchase behavior

 















30. The types of products people purchase using only an internal search are typically: (Points : 5)

frequently purchased, low-cost items
frequently purchased, high-cost items
infrequently purchased, low-cost items
infrequently purchased, high-cost items

 















31. The __________ proposes that a minority of a firm's customers purchase a majority of the volume of the product. (Points : 5)

majority fallacy
20/80 principle
80/20 principle
optimizer principle

 















32. Magazines like XXXXX XXXXX Living, Better Homes & Gardens, and other magazines targeted to people who are interested in improving their personal spaces rely on __________ segmentation. (Points : 5)

psychographic
demographic
usage rate
geodemographic

 















33. A __________ is everything, both favorable and unfavorable, that a person receives in an exchange. It can be tangible, intangible, a service, an idea, or a combination of these things. (Points : 5)

brand equity
product
warranty
product liability

 















34. Which of the following statements describes an advantage to retailers associated with developing their own brands? (Points : 5)

Dealers must market the brand, thus cutting into the gross margin.
Higher gross margins are available on private brands.
Private brands, particularly those owned by discounters are perceived to be of a higher quality.
Dealers often buy in large quantities and thus always have a ready supply.

 















35. Retailers and merchant wholesalers are examples of intermediaries that: (Points : 5)

take title to a product
create temporal and spatial discrepancies
use consumer promotions
are accurately described by all of these statements

 















36. __________ is distribution aimed at maximum market coverage. It is used for many convenience goods and supplies that need to be available in every outlet where the potential customer might want to buy them. (Points : 5)

Selective distribution
Franchising
Intensive distribution
Horizontal integration

 















37. Robin is responsible for developing a plan for the optimal use of advertising, personal selling, sales promotion, and public relations. Robin is developing a: (Points : 5)

promotional strategy
set of promotion goals
marketing mix
communication mix

 















38. The promotional mix consists of: (Points : 5)

advertising, publicity, direct marketing, and personal selling
product, promotion, price, and place
advertising, personal selling, sales promotion, and public relations
advertising, telemarketing, public relations, and sales promotions

 















39. In advertising, the goal is to sell the product's __________, not its __________. (Points : 5)

benefits; attributes
characteristics; appeals
values; traits
competitive edge; virtues

 















40. The appearance of a box of Cheerios cereal in the children's move Mathilda is an example of _________ for General Mills, its manufacturer (Points : 5)

advertising
a sales promotion
paid-for public relations
product placement

 















41. Personal selling is more important than advertising if: (Points : 5)

the products being sold are standardized
there are many customers for the product being sold
the product being sold has a low value
the products being sold are technically complex

 















42. Sales promotion: (Points : 5)

is a publicity tool
is only directed to the ultimate consumer market
is more difficult to measure than advertising
offers a short-term incentive to buy

 















43. Price is best described as: (Points : 5)

That which is given up in exchange to acquire a good or service.
money exchanged for a good or service
the psychological results of purchasing
the cost in dollars for a good or service as set by the producer

 















44. Many consumers, especially when faced with an uncertain purchase decision, think that a high price: (Points : 5)

is a signal of quality
is an indication that consumers are being ripped off
always lead to major price discounts to wholesalers and retailers that distribute it
is a sign of the company's overall market share

 















45. A shortage of blood for transfusions for injured animals has resulted in the introduction of a synthesized product called Oxyglobin, which can be used effectively as a blood replacement. The manufacturer of the product has put a high price on the product in order to recoup its research and development costs. The manufacturer of Oxyglobin is using a __________ policy. (Points : 5)

price-banding
penetration pricing
price-lining
price skimming

 

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1. The following is NOT a common barrier when people engage in problem solving. (Points : 2) Emotional barriers
Cultural barriers
Learned barriers
Language barriers















2. ________ represents a mixture of convergent thinking, intelligence, and reason, spiced with creativity and originality. (Points : 2)

Wisdom
Intelligence
Mental age
Quantitative reasoning

 















3. The first intelligence test designed in 1904 to distinguish slower students from more capable students was written by (Points : 2)

Stanford.
Terman.
Wechsler.
Binet.

 















4. _______ is the global capacity to act purposefully, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with environment. (Points : 2)

Fluid reasoning
Cognition
Intelligence
Inherent ability

 















5. Average intelligence is usually defined as a score from (Points : 2)

70 to 79.
80 to 89.
90 to 109.
110 to 119.

 















6. The following intellectual disability occurs mostly in very poor households where nutrition, intellectual stimulation, medical care and emotional support may be inadequate. (Points : 2)

Down's syndrome
metabolic disorder
genetic abnormality
familial intellectual disability

 















7. The ways in which our actions are initiated, sustained, and directed is called (Points : 2)

need.
drive.
need-reduction.
motivation.

 















8. The Yerkes-Dodson law refers to the idea that complex tasks are better accomplished at (Points : 2)

a lower level of arousal.
a higher level of arousal.
a moderate level or arousal.
a flow state of arousal.

 















9. According to the _____, if a stimulus causes a strong emotion (such as fear) an opposite emotion tends to occur when the stimulus ends (such as relief). (Points : 2)

Yerkes-Dodson theory
Opponent-process theory
James-Lange theory
Cannon-Bard theory

 















10. The need for _____ is a desire to have impact on or control of others. (Points : 2)

achievement
power
success
affiliation

 















11. When looking at human motives, the following theorist developed a hierarchy of five needs that range from basic physiological needs to growth or meta-needs: (Points : 2)

Abraham Maslow
Sigmund Freud
Carl Jung
Alfred Adler

 















12. Gestures used to show what people are saying are called _____; they tend to _____ when a person is telling a lie. (Points : 2)

emblems; increase
emblems; decrease
illustrators; increase
illustrators; decrease

 















13. The typical behaviors consistent with being male or female in a given culture are referred to as (Points : 2)

social roles.
sexual characteristics.
identity traits.
gender roles.

 















14. Sons are encouraged to engage in _____ behavior, whereas daughters are encouraged to engage in _____ behavior. (Points : 2)

instrumental; expressive
expressive; instrumental
inappropriate; appropriate
appropriate; inappropriate

 















15. The presence of both "masculine" and "feminine" traits in a single person is referred to as ________. (Points : 2)

erogyny
androgyny
frotteurism
paraphilia

 















16. The mark of true sexual deviation is (Points : 2)

statistical abnormality.
a nonstandard variation.
compulsiveness and destructiveness.
atypicality.

 















17. Which statement about pedophiles is FALSE? (Points : 2)

Most act alone.
Most assaults happen outside the home.
Many gain access as child caretakers.
Bribes and gifts are used as lures.

 















18. Which of the following is NOT a rape myth? (Points : 2)

When a woman says no, she means no.
A woman who is dressed attractively, alone, and in public, is "asking for it".
Many women actually enjoy being raped.
A woman who goes home with a man on a first date is interested in sex.

 















19. If you have a sexually transmitted disease but are not experiencing symptoms, (Points : 2)

you will still know that you have it.
you cannot pass it to a partner.
you do not need treatment.
you can still give it to another person.

 















20. The disadvantage of classifying personalities into specific types is that these types (Points : 2)

don't really exist.
oversimplify personality.
are fairly unstable.
all describe abnormal behavior.

 















21. A student who studies continuously throughout the semester, turns in all work on time, and shows up to every class may be considered high on what Big Five personality dimension? (Points : 2)

agreeableness
conscientiousness
neuroticism
openness to experience

 















22. In Freud's view of the structure of personality, the mental structure that acts as one's conscience and judges thoughts and actions is known as the _____. (Points : 2)

id
ego
superego
libido

 















23. Which theorist believed that the ego "wore a mask, or persona?" (Points : 2)

Alfred Adler
Karen Horney
Carl Jung
Erik Erikson

 















24. Margaret, who is 70 years old, is a person who is living creatively and fully using her potentials. Maslow would call Margaret a(n) (Points : 2)

self-actualizer.
incongruent person.
savant.
person with cardinal traits.

 















25. The field of psychology that uses behavioral principles to promote health and prevent illness is referred to as _____. (Points : 2)

Psychoanalytic psychology
Health psychology
Gestalt psychology
Humanistic psychology

 















26. The disease-prone personality is (Points : 2)

chronically depressed.
anxious.
hostile.
all of the above

 















27. When looking at behavioral risks, ______ is the largest preventable cause of death. (Points : 2)

drinking alcohol
smoking marijuana
smoking cigarettes
overeating

 















28. As a teacher, I hear this all the time: "I couldn't turn my paper in on time because my internet stopped working." This is probably an example of (Points : 2)

rationalization.
compensation.
regression.
Sublimation.

 















29. Both learned helplessness and depression are marked by (Points : 2)

moodiness.
feelings of power.
hopelessness.
aggression.

 















30. The lethal characteristic of a Type A personality is (Points : 2)

time urgency.
hostility.
ambition.
competitiveness.

 















31. The scientific study of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders is known as______. (Points : 2)

biopsychology
sociology
psychopathology
anthropology

 















32. In the United States and Canada, psychological problems are classified by using the _________. (Points : 2)

Physician's Desk Reference
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR)
Psychiatrist's Desk Reference
Manual of Abnormal Behavior

 















33. If you think there are aliens in your attic, it's a(n) ________; if you see them, it's a(n) _______. (Points : 2)

delusion; hallucination
hallucination; delusion
hallucination; hallucination
delusion; delusion

 















34. The textbook cites each of the following as an environmental cause of schizophrenia EXCEPT: (Points : 2)

exposure to influenza during pregnancy
early sexual abuse
deviant familiar communication patterns
low socioeconomic status

 















35. Sharon was hospitalized when she cut her wrists in an attempted suicide. While in the hospital, she was mostly deeply depressed, with occasional bouts of excessive cheerfulness. This would be ______ disorder. (Points : 2)

major depressive
bipolar I
agoraphobia
affective psychosis

 















36. If you are in a chronic state of anxiety but also suffer from moments of sudden, intense fear, you are probably suffering from (Points : 2)

generalized anxiety disorder.
panic disorder.
phobic disorder.
obsessive-compulsive disorder.

 















37. Sheila has trouble getting to work on time each morning because she repeatedly checks the doors to see that they are really locked. She is probably suffering from a(n) _______ disorder. (Points : 2)

generalized anxiety
dissociative
somatoform
obsessive-compulsive

 















38. Which of the following statements about the antisocial personality is FALSE? (Points : 2)

They lack morals.
They feel things deeply.
They are impulsive.
They lie easily.

 















39. The scientific study of how individuals behave, think and feel in social situations is known as ______. (Points : 2)

social psychology
cultural psychology
behavioral psychology
group psychology

 















40. Which term refers to the tendency to attribute our own actions to external causes while attributing the actions of others to internal causes? (Points : 2)

the fundamental attribution error
consensus
actor-observer bias
the double standard

 















41. Research shows that attitude change works best when the (Points : 2)

communicator is impersonal.
message is ambiguous.
message is free of emotional appeal.
communicator has expertise.

 















42. Which type of power would be wielded by a person who has the ability to punish for failure to comply? (Points : 2)

coercive
legitimate
referent
expert

 















43. Brainwashing differs from other attitude change methods in that it requires a (Points : 2)

communicator.
message.
captive audience.
religious zealot

 















44. "I may not have the greatest job in the world, but at least I'm not unemployed like Mark," would be an example of a(n) (Points : 2)

social attribution.
downward comparison.
upward comparison.
attribution.

 















45. At a party, Richard was attracted to Katie at first, but as she talked, she revealed some very personal information about herself. Richard became uncomfortable and made an excuse to break away. Katie's mistake was (Points : 2)

showing incompetence.
trying too hard.
overdisclosure.
self-disclosure.

 















46. Compared to men, women prefer (Points : 2)

slightly younger men.
higher status partners.
more physically attractive partners.
controlling and authoritative partners.

 















47. Which factor most affects the diffusion of responsibility? (Points : 2)

how dangerous the situation is
whether an authority figure is nearby
who the victim is
how many people are present

 















48. A harmful attitude based on inaccurate generalizations about a group of people is known as ______. (Points : 2)

discrimination
sexism
prejudice
ethnocentrism

 















49. Oversimplified images of traits of individuals who belong to a particular social group are (Points : 2)

unifying traits.
false perception.
roles.
social stereotypes.

 















50. In Jane Elliot's experiment on prejudice using the eye color of children, (Points : 2)

the "in-group" cooperated with the "out-group"
the "in-group" became vicious.
the "out-group" was unaffected.
the "out-group" maintained test scores.
Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
Hi,

Yes I can answer these questions. I see that you posted the same questions on another page with a time limit. When do you need the answers
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

lol....in 16 min. now

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
I can answer as many as possible. Have you answered any yourself? Should I start at the beginning or the end?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Don't worry about it. I'm trying the best I can. But thank you anyway.

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
no problem – here are a couple complimentry answers:

2 wisdom
3 Binet

good luck
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Thank ma'am. You have a blessed day. :)

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
you too

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