Personality-Psychoanalytic Approach (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 14 - 18 of 137

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Question number: 14

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According to Freud, the Oedipal and Electra conflicts end when a child takes on the values and behaviors of the same sex parent in a process called

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Choice (5) Response

a.

observation.

b.

fixation.

c.

archetypes

d.

imitation.

e.

identification.

Question number: 15

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According to Freud, the id is governed by the

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Choice (5) Response

a.

creature comfort principle.

b.

pleasure principle.

c.

reality principle.

d.

ego ideal.

e.

Discomfort level analysis

Question number: 16

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According to Freud, a process that distorts reality to prevent the individual from being overwhelmed by anxiety is known as:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

the conscious

b.

the unconscious

c.

defense mechanism

d.

projection

e.

psychic determinism

Question number: 17

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Criticisms of Freud’s developmental theory have centered on

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a.

the unimportance of the first years of life in the formation of personality.

b.

Freud’s treatment of father-daughter relationship.

c.

the over-emphasis on sexuality in personality development.

d.

the need for a stern or threatening mother in the development of conscience.

e.

No emphasis on sexuality on personality development

Question number: 18

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Freud became interested in the study of personality when he realized that

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Choice (5) Response

a.

many of his patients were faking symptoms.

b.

the treatment of psychological disorders was more advanced than those for physical disorders.

c.

his patients lacked physical causes for their problems.

d.

his patients had physical causes for their problems

e.

no comprehensive theories of the mind were widely accepted.

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