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Practice questions for the first exam Psych 135 --- Spring 2008 1. Nathan works at a homeless shelter. The people who come into the shelter are usually tired and hungry after spending days at a time on the dangerous streets. Most of these people have lost touch with their friends and family members and receive little indication of being loved or needed. According to Maslow’s hierarchy, Nathan should FIRST a) Try to boost their self esteem by treating them as respected and honorable individuals b) Reassure them of the safety and security features of the building c) Express love for and acceptance of them d) Provide them with a hot meal and a warm place to sleep 2. If you have words and a set of rules for using those words, you have everything you need for 3. Leroy, a thirty-five-year-old man, is trying to decide whether to write a book about his life experiences for his children to read, or spend his time working to be top salesman of the year. According to Erik Erikson, Leroy is experiencing the _______________ psychosocial crisis. a) Identity vs. role confusion b) Generativity vs. stagnation c) Ego integrity vs. despair d) Industry vs. inferiority
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