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Question number: 1263

» Personality » Trait Approach

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A defining characteristic of traits is that they are

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enduring.

b.

observed.

c.

fixed.

d.

constant

Question number: 1264

» Language » Rules of Grammar & Syntax

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________ are the smallest meaningful units of speech.

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Pheromones

b.

Morphemes

c.

Syntax.

d.

Phonemes

Question number: 1265

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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The successful resolution of the conflict in Erikson’s psychosocial developmental stage known ________ as results in the experience of a unified sense of self.

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autonomy versus shame and doubt

b.

identity versus role confusion

c.

trust versus mistrust

d.

generativity versus stagnation

Question number: 1266

» Personality » Determinants of Personality

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Learning sex-appropriate behavior is greatly influenced by

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valuing and self-regard.

b.

identification and imitation.

c.

disregard and devaluation

d.

toilet training and early feeding contacts.

Question number: 1267

» Psychology of Social Integration » Social Integration

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Research by Donnerstein suggests that the circumstances most likely to increase violent sexual acts against women (such as rape) involve:

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direct exposure to persons who have committed such acts.

b.

media images of polite behavior.

c.

pornographic stimuli that generate sexual fantasies.

d.

media images of violence.

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