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Question number: 86

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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One of the factors Alfred Adler believed to be important in shaping personality is:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Difficulty with toilet training

b.

Unconditional positive regard

c.

Birth order in the family

d.

The collective unconscious

e.

All of the above

Question number: 87

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » NeoFreudian & Psychodynamic Theorists

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The concept of introversion and extroversion was advanced by:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Spranger

b.

Kretchmer

c.

Jung

d.

Jeansch

e.

Hull

Question number: 88

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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A feeling of futility caused by the belief that one has little or no control over events in one’s life, which can make one stop trying and become depressed is known as:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

psychological hardiness

b.

Type A Behavior

c.

learned helplessness

d.

Type B Behavior

e.

operant conditioning

Question number: 89

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » Psychoanalytic Perspective

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The process by which the ego directs the individual to express sexual and aggressive impulses in socially acceptable ways is (the):

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

reality principle

b.

superego

c.

pleasure principle

d.

repression

e.

rationalization

Question number: 90

» Personality » Growth & Adjustment

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The role “possible selves” play in our lives is to

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

remind us that all things are always possible.

b.

direct our behavior toward an imagined future.

c.

give us models for identification.

d.

make us move towards the obvious reality

e.

provide a basis for comparing self-image and true self.

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