CHAPTER 15 PRACTICE QUESTIONS1. Carolyn was reared in a home where high moral principles dominated. She has attended Sunday school and church since early childhood. In high school, her boyfriend talked her into having sex with him. Which Freudian personality structure ruled Carolyn’s behavior in this scenario?A. superegoB. reality principleC. idD. ego
2. Walter Mischel's view of situationalism means that
3. Cartoons sometimes depict personal conflict by showing an individual with an angel speaking into one ear and a devil speaking into the other ear. The angel represents Freud’s idea of the _____ and the devil represents Freud’s idea of the _____.
4. A prosecutor in a rape trial argues that the defendant has never learned to control his sexual instincts and failed to develop a conscience because of ineffective parental controls. This description is most compatible with