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5.Motivational resource and behavioral blueprint fall under the sixth premise of thePossible Selves theory.TrueFalse
6.These individuals are those who feel their livesare out of their control and that no matter whatthey do, things will not turn out as they plan itto be.
Past-positivePresent-hedonisticFuture-oriented7.This type of individuals base their present choices and actionon long-term consequences.
8.This type of premise is based on the concepts of proximal and distal goals.
10.According to Zimbardo, there are only three types of the Time Perspectivestheory. TrueFalse
11.These are individuals who tend to be risk-takers, driven by sensory, concrete factors,driven by pleasurable sensations, and often disregard negative consequences of their actionssince they are focused on the process rather than the outcome, and are often emotional andvolatile.
Future-oriented
12.Future-oriented individuals are those who feel their lives are out of their control and that nomatter what they do, things will not turn out as they plan it to be.
13.The third premise of the Possible Selves theory explains that our future self is intertwined withour past and present selves.
14.This type of our future selves refers to what you would like to become.Ideal or Hoped-for selvesFeared selvesOught-to selvesFuture selves
15.Human beings are gifted with vision, reasoning and logic and these facilitate ourdecision-making capabilities.
16.This type of premise explains that our future self is intertwined with our past and presentselves.
17.Present-fatalistic individuals tend to be risk-takers, driven by sensory, concrete factors, drivenby pleasurable sensations, and often disregard negative consequences of their actions sincethey are focused on the process rather than the outcome, and are often emotional and volatile.
18.Under the second premise of the Possible Selves theory, the feared selves are what you areafraid of becoming.TrueFalse
19.Present-hedonistic individuals base their present choices and action on long-termconsequences.
20.This type of our future selves refers to what you are afraid of becoming.
21.The fifth premise describes that our future selves is a product of our social
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Summer
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Mrs. Rivera
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Theory of multiple intelligences, emotional states, Digital Security

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