Personality-Humanistic Approach (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 1 - 5 of 15

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Question number: 1

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Behavioral theories of personality are often criticized for their

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a.

limited recognition of temperament, emotion, and subjective factors.

b.

emphasis on the conditions under which behaviors occur.

c.

unable to explain the behavior after the fact only.

d.

inability to test or verify concepts.

e.

ability to explain behavior after the fact only.

Question number: 2

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The main criticism of humanistic theory is that

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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: 3

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________ theorists believe humans have free will.

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Psychoanalytic

b.

Behavioristic

c.

Humanistic

d.

Individual

e.

Trait

Question number: 4

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A key element of Carl Rogers’ personality theory is the concept of

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the pleasure principle.

b.

self-reinforcement.

c.

reality principle

d.

the self or self-image.

e.

meta-needs.

Question number: 5

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Behaviorists are to the external environment as humanists are to

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humankind.

b.

stress.

c.

personal growth.

d.

external conflicts

e.

internal conflicts.

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