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Question number: 1359

» Personality » Determinants of Personality

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Which of the following could account for a major personality change in middle adulthood?

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a.

moving to a new city

b.

a personal tragedy

c.

changing your looks

d.

making new friends

Question number: 1360

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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A compulsion by decision makers to maintain each other’s approval, even at the cost of critical thinking and good judgment, is called

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groupthink.

b.

social conformity.

c.

expert power.

d.

the halo effect.

Question number: 1361

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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DSM stands for

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a.

diagnostic schedule of medicine.

b.

doctor of surgical medicine.

c.

depressive scale modalities.

d.

diagnostic and statistical manual.

Question number: 1362

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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Id is to “Just do it” as superego is to

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a.

“Do your own thing. ”

b.

“Don’t do it. ”

c.

“Definitely do it. ”

d.

“Oh, sit on it. ”

Question number: 1363

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The ability to view the world in 3 dimensions and perceive distance is:

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Illusion

b.

Depth perception

c.

Hallucinations

d.

Delusion

Question number: 1364

» Personality » Learning Approach

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Abraham Maslow developed the concept of self-actualization by initially studying

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the maze-learning abilities of rats with sub-cortical lesions.

b.

other patients

c.

people who lived unusually effective lives.

d.

how children reacted to viewing aggressive role models on television.

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