QUESTION 1
1.      According to Costa and McCrae, __________ are traits determined primarily by biological processes, and __________ are adjustments to situational demands.
a.
basic tendencies; characteristic adaptations
b.
temperaments; actions
c.
characteristic adaptations; basic tendencies
d.
actions; temperaments
1 points   
QUESTION 2
1.      According to the text, most contemporary personality psychologists focus on which approach to personality?
a.
humanistic
b.
cognitive
c.
trait
d.
psychodynamic
1 points   
QUESTION 3
1.      Akiva tends to worry a lot, even about things that are out of his control. He is very insecure about the decisions that he makes in his life, and when things don't go his way he tends to pity himself instead of looking for ways to improve the situations. According to the five-factor theory of personality, Akiva would be
a.
low in conscientiousness.
b.
high in neuroticism.
c.
low in openness to experience.
d.
high in extraversion.
1 points   
QUESTION 4
1.      Although your friend is much more outgoing and boisterous than you are, at your college graduation you were both somber and quiet. Graduation was probably an example of a __________ situation.
a.
characteristic
b.
strong
c.
weak
d.
basic
1 points   
QUESTION 5
1.      Anika is an Olympic athlete. She is at a loud party where she can hardly hear the person standing next to her, but when someone across the room makes a mention of the Olympics, she hears it and looks to see who might have said it. Anika hears the comment about the Olympics because being an Olympian is part of which of the following?
a.
her self-schema
b.
her self-concept
c.
her self-image
d.
her sense of self-esteem
1 points   
QUESTION 6
1.      Bee was asked to write a paper comparing her personality with her brother's personality using the trait approach. In her paper, Bee might have explained which of the following?
a.
She demonstrates more neuroticism than her brother.
b.
Her brother is less self-actualized than she is.
c.
She is more influenced by her environment than her brother is.
d.
Her brother's personality traits change when he is stressed.
1 points   
QUESTION 7
1.      Brian is an American traveling abroad. He is shocked by the extent to which the people in the country he's visiting seem to follow group norms and emphasize family connection and group cohesiveness. Brian is traveling in a country that has a(n) __________ culture.
a.
individualist
b.
collectivist
c.
introverted
d.
extraverted
1 points   
QUESTION 8
1.      Cari often has temper tantrums, and she pouts when she can't have her way. She often behaves impulsively and becomes extremely impatient if she can't have the things that she wants immediately. According to Freud's view of the personality, Cari's personality appears to be dominated by her
a.
ego.
b.
id.
c.
superego.
d.
instincts.
1 points   
QUESTION 9
1.      Dr. Rickles adheres to the humanistic perspective on personality. Which of the following correctly states what his general view of people might be?
a.
basically bad and generally incapable of growth
b.
basically bad but capable of growth
c.
basically good and capable of growth
d.
basically good but generally incapable of growth
1 points   
QUESTION 10
1.       Even though she earned a failing grade on her 2nd grade spelling test, DeeDee's father gave her a hug and said, "I love you sweetheart. We're going to work hard on that spelling list tonight, okay?" Carl Rogers would call this a demonstration of
a.
internal locus of control.
b.
external locus of control.
c.
unconditional positive regard.
d.
conditions of worth.
1 points   
QUESTION 11
1.      Grace loves to gossip. She spends most of the time talking about people who are having financial, relationship, or health issues and who are generally doing worse than she is. Grace is engaging in __________ and probably has __________.
a.
temporal comparison; low self-esteem
b.
upward social comparison; high self-esteem
c.
downward social comparison; high self-esteem
d.
individualist social comparison; low self-esteem
1 points   
QUESTION 12
1.      Huey is a very sociable and funny person. His sociability, but not his sense of humor, is probably influenced by his
a.
self-concept.
b.
self-esteem.
c.
genes.
d.
personality.
1 points   
QUESTION 13
1.      Judy and Mike have just rated themselves on five-factor theory personality traits. According to research on sex differences in personality, which of the following statements correctly reflects the probable results?
a.
Mike will rate himself as more agreeable and more neurotic than Judy.
b.
Judy will rate herself as more assertive and more neurotic than Mike.
c.
Judy will rate herself as more agreeable and more neurotic than Mike.
d.
Mike will rate himself as more assertive and more neurotic than Judy.
1 points   
QUESTION 14
1.       Karim likes to try new things. Recently he has gone skydiving, tried tango dancing, joined a soccer league, and started learning a new language. Karim may have been born with a gene that caused him to have low levels of which of the following?
a.
self-esteem
b.
dopamine
c.
stimulation
d.
neuroticism
1 points   
QUESTION 15
1.      Kelly was evaluated by a developmental psychologist when she was 3 years old, and was described as being "undercontrolled." Based on research noted in your text, which two conditions is she at a higher risk for developing by the time she is 21 years old?
a.
antisocial personality disorder and alcohol problems
b.
anxiety disorder and drug addiction
c.
major depressive disorder and alcohol problems
d.
impulse control disorder and drug addiction
1 points   
QUESTION 16
1.      Luther is preparing a presentation for his students that addresses the relationship between the reticular activating system in the brain and an individual's level of extroversion or introversion. Whose theory should Luther most likely reference in this talk?
a.
Eysenck
b.
Mischel
c.
Rogers
d.
Allport
1 points   
QUESTION 17
1.      Maurice is taking a personality test in which he is shown an ambiguous picture and asked to tell a story about what is happening in the image. He is taking which of the following tests?
a.
TAT
b.
Rorschach
c.
NEO
d.
EAR
1 points   
QUESTION 18
1.      Mia and Thalia are very similar to each other in the personality trait of openness. Esther and Hannah are less similar to one another in openness. One explanation is that Mia and Thalia are __________, whereas Esther and Hannah are __________.
a.
fraternal twins; identical twins
b.
identical twins; fraternal twins
c.
sisters; fraternal twins
d.
fraternal twins; sisters
1 points   
QUESTION 19
1.      Mr. Craven lacks imagination and is a complete conformist. With respect to the Big Five personality traits, Mr. Craven probably would score low on which of the following?
a.
extraversion
b.
openness to experience
c.
conscientiousness
d.
agreeableness
1 points   
QUESTION 20
1.      Neil appears to think quite highly of himself. He believes the world would be a better place if he were in charge of it, and he does not like to be challenged. He takes insults very seriously and will defend himself readily. According to what we know about the drawbacks of high self-esteem, we should be concerned about which of the following?
a.
He will ultimately suffer a devastating blow to his self-image.
b.
He may commit suicide.
c.
He may become violent if he thinks others are treating him disrespectfully.
d.
He has low self-esteem that he is hiding from others.
1 points   
QUESTION 21
1.      Richard and Kathy have been best friends for years. When it comes to predicting what each other will do in certain situations, which of the following statements is most correct?
a.
Richard will know how Kathy feels about something, but will not be able to predict her response to a given situation.
b.
Richard may be able to predict Kathy's behavior more accurately than she can.
c.
Richard will not be able to predict Kathy's behavior more accurately than an acquaintance can.
d.
Richard will not be able to predict Kathy's behavior more accurately than she can.
1 points   
QUESTION 22
1.       Since Dr. Snodgrass is an interactionist, he likely believes that personality is determined more by __________ than by __________.
a.
genetics; environmental factors
b.
self-schemas; environmental factors
c.
traits; situations
d.
situations; traits
1 points   
QUESTION 23
1.      Tracy goes for an appointment with her therapist, who has a series of cards to show her. On each card is an ambiguous picture, for example one card shows a man and woman in a room together. The therapist asks Tracy to tell a story about what is happening in the picture. Tracy is most likely taking which personality assessment?
a.
NEO
b.
Rorschach Test
c.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)
d.
Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
1 points   
QUESTION 24
1.      Tyler loves socializing and is a thrill seeker, whereas Marco prefers to spend time alone and hates partaking in risky activities. According to Eysenck, how can we explain their different personalities?
a.
Tyler would require less excitement to function at an optimal level.
b.
There is insufficient information to draw a conclusion.
c.
Marco is typically below his optimal level of arousal.
d.
Tyler is generally less aroused than Marco.
1 points   
QUESTION 25
1.      When 3-year-old Matthew does not get his way, he tends to launch right into a tantrum. He does not just get a little upset but experiences intense anger very quickly. Which aspect of temperament does this refer to?
a.
activity level
b.
sociability
c.
anxiety
d.
emotionality
1 points   
QUESTION 26
1.      When Damon filed his 2013 tax return 3 months before it was due, he told his wife, "I just try to be very responsible and get things like this done ahead of time." When he filed his 2014 tax return 3 weeks late, he told her, "There was so much to do that I wasn't able to get to it in time." Damon is demonstrating the __________ bias.
a.
internalizing-externalizing
b.
fundamental attribution
c.
self-serving
d.
actor/observer
1 points   
QUESTION 27
1.      When Marlon is asked to describe himself, he says that he is a son, father, brother, friend, student, teacher, worker, nephew, and churchgoer. All these factors, and many others, make up Marlon's
a.
reflected appraisal.
b.
personality.
c.
self-esteem.
d.
self-schema.
1 points   
QUESTION 28
1.      When researchers assessed several identical twins to assess their similarity on each dimension in the five-factor theory of personality, the lowest similarity was found on which trait?
a.
extraversion
b.
openness
c.
conscientiousness
d.
agreeableness
1 points   
QUESTION 29
1.      Which of the following is likely to contribute to a person's sense of self in a collectivist culture?
a.
feelings of being unique
b.
personal relationships
c.
personal successes
d.
one's sense of self-reliance
1 points   
QUESTION 30
1.      Which term concerns the characteristic thoughts, emotional responses, and behaviors that are relatively stable in an individual across time and circumstances?
a.
self-esteem
b.
personality
c.
self-concept
d.
self-schema


The answer for question 1 is A


basic tendencies; characteristic adaptations
temperaments; actions
characteristic adaptations; basic tendencies
actions; temperaments

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