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Question number: 2021

» Personality » Characteristics of Personality

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Cohen and Swerdlik defined personality as

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the net effect one individual has on other people.

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an individual’s unique constellation of traits and states.

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whatever it is one chooses to be.

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all that a person was, is, or will become.

Question number: 2022

» Development of Human Behavior » Learning and Maturation

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________ represents advanced moral development. Behavior at this level is directed by self-accepted moral principles.

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Postconventional level

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Conventional level

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Preconventional level

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Question number: 2023

» Personality » Trait Approach

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The person who prefers colorful clothes, likes to work alone, is politically liberal, and is always late, has ________.

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Secondary traits

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Individual traits

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Cardinal traits

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Common traits

Question number: 2024

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

» Research Aptitude » Laboratory Experiment

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A psychologist performs the following experiment: she gives subjects photographs of female faces and asks them to rate the attractiveness of each face. However, some of the subjects have just had to take a very difficult math test, while others have taken a very easy math test. The psychologist would probably be a ________ psychologist.

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industrial

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social

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developmental

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comparative

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