Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which element of the fraud triangle is likely to most motivate an employee with sociopath-type of personality disorder?
a. Opportunity.
b. Motive.
c. Pressure.
d. Rationalization.

2. Which of the following is likely true of a fundamentally dishonest employee?
a. Not close to fellow employees.
b. Has financial pressures.
c. Has a dissocial personality disorder.
Employees can be fundamentally dishonest without any particular psychiatric disorder other than a tendency to be dishonest.
d. None of the above.

3. The normally honest employee will do which of the following?
a. Steal when tempted with easy-to-steal opportunities.
b. Not steal unless angry with the company.
c. Steal given the right opportunity and pressure.
d. Will not steal but will borrow from the company without permission.

4. The corporate culture’s primary role in contributing to employee fraud is likely to be in the area of which of the following?
a. Pressure.
b. Opportunity.
Opportunity would stem from weak controls. Although the corporate culture is important to controls, controls in a general sense are not part of the corporate culture.
c. Motive.
d. Rationalization.

5. When are normally honest employees likely to steal?
a. When angry at their employer.
b. When given the right opportunity and pressure.
c. When given the right opportunity and rationalization.
d. None of the above.

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