Personality (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 17 - 22 of 371

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Question number: 17

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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In the Freudian view of personality, which system is totally unconscious and dominated by biological instincts?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

ego

b.

conscious

c.

id

d.

libido

e.

superego

Question number: 18

» Personality » Humanistic Approach

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The main criticism of humanistic theory is that

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

it is research rather than experience oriented.

b.

it emphasizes the negative dimensions of personality.

c.

its approach is more empirical than philosophical.

d.

its concepts are imprecise and difficult to study objectively.

e.

its concepts are precise and subjective in nature.

Question number: 19

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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Repression refers to:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Frustration

b.

Secondary defense mechanism

c.

Denial

d.

Primary defense mechanism

e.

Regression

Question number: 20

» Personality » Humanistic Approach

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________ theorists believe humans have free will.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Psychoanalytic

b.

Behavioristic

c.

Humanistic

d.

Individual

e.

Trait

Question number: 21

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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During the first year of life, the child is said to go through the ________ stage.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

anal

b.

oral

c.

phallic

d.

genital

e.

toddler

Question number: 22

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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An overly strict or harsh superego will cause

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

decreasing levels of primary process thinking.

b.

a breakdown of the libido.

c.

inhibition, rigidity, or intolerable guilt.

d.

increasing levels of primary process thinking.

e.

an antisocial personality.

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