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Question 6502

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In Sternberg՚s triangular theory of love, which is the most superficial form of love?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Consummate love.

b.

Romantic love.

c.

Companionate.

d.

Infatuation.

Question 6503

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MCQ▾

The fact that we tend to remain in relationships only if the rewards outweigh the effort and irritation they cause is summarized by ________ theory.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Matching hypothesis.

b.

Social perception.

c.

Social exchange.

d.

Social attachment.

Question 6504

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MCQ▾

Awareness of one՚s philosophy of life should provide all of the following benefits, EXCEPT:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

A specific career direction.

b.

An improved relationship with oneself.

c.

Clarity about one՚s core values.

d.

An enhanced sense of purpose.

Question 6505

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MCQ▾

Alfred Adler viewed ________ as essential to mental health.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

A lack of envy and jealousy

b.

Social interest

c.

Generativity

d.

Congruence between the ideal self and the self-image

Question 6506

Question

MCQ▾

According to John Stuart Mills, when people are tolerably well off but do not find life to be worth living, the cause is generally that:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Whereas they are content, they find it dull if they have too little pleasure and excitement in their lives.

b.

they are not actively expressing virtue in their lives.

c.

they have only selfish interests and have failed to cultivate an interest in the public good.

d.

they lack goals and self-discipline.

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