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Question 1745

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MCQ▾

The approach-approach conflict involves:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Projectile approach

b.

A stable equilibrium

c.

An unstable equilibrium

d.

An oscillation of stable and unstable equilibrium

Question 1746

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MCQ▾

Teachers, peers, and adults outside the home become important in shaping attitudes toward oneself in Erikson՚s stage of

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

industry versus inferiority.

b.

initiative versus guilt.

c.

autonomy versus shame.

d.

integrity versus despair.

Question 1747

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MCQ▾

The non-directive approach characterizes:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Client-centered therapy

b.

Hypnosis

c.

Delusions

d.

Psychoanalysis

Question 1748

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MCQ▾

An individual who is identified as having a borderline personality disorder shows:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Exhibitionistic tendencies

b.

Apathy and indifference to the opinions of others

c.

Instability in mood and social relations

d.

Persecutory thoughts

Question 1749

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MCQ▾

In order to summarize or organize a series of observations in some meaningful way, psychologists may develop

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

surveys.

b.

theories.

c.

hypotheses.

d.

experiments.

Question 1750

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MCQ▾

As part of an experiment, two young women stroll down a busy sidewalk with their arms around each other. They get a variety of reactions from passersby, including disapproving looks and comments. These reactions demonstrate the existence of

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

ascribed roles.

b.

norms.

c.

acts.

d.

group structures.

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