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- N:a.me:------------ v-- 'ersonality Practice Test Class: Date:---------- - - - - ill: A Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. I. The two major aspects of people that are studied by personality theorists are a. consistency and distinctiveness b. situational shifts and interpersonal similarities c. commonalties and individual differences d. constancy and change 2. Joan is an unfailingly polite person who always considers the feelings of others. This tendency to act in a similar manner across situations is indicative of which of the following qualities of personality? a. consistency b. distinctiveness c. reflexivity d. social desirability 3. A durable disposition to behave in a particular way in a variety of situations is called a. an archetype b. an attribution c. a reaction formation d. a personality trait 4. is a statistical procedure used by researchers to identify closely related clusters of variables. r~ a. Chi-square b. Factor analysis c. Deviation analysis d. Analysis of variance 5. Which of the following is not one of the "big five" personality traits? a. neuroticism b. extraversion c. locus of control d. openness to experience 6. People who score high in are characterized as outgoing, sociable, upbeat, friendly, and assertive. a. neuroticism b. extraversion c. conscientiousness d. openness to experience 7. People who score high in tend to be anxious, hostile, self-conscious, insecure, and vulnerable. a. neuroticism b. extraversion c. conscientiousness d. openness to experience 8. People who score high in tend to be sympathetic, trusting, cooperative, and modest. a. neuroticism b. extraversion c. 'conscientiousness d. agreeableness Name: _ . ' / " " ' 16. 15. 14. 13. 9. People who score low in tend to be suspicious, antagonistic, and aggressive. a. neuroticism b. extraversion c. conscientiousness d. agreeableness People who score high in tend to be diligent, disciplined, well-organized, and punctual.... View Full Document

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