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Sample Final 1. Ego is to id as ________ is to ________. A) unconscious; conscious B) biology; morality C) reality principle; pleasure principle D) regression; repression 2. Freud referred to a lingering focus of pleasure-seeking energies at an earlier psychosexual stage as: A) projection. B) fixation. C) displacement. D) repression. 3. While Professor Gomez was going through a painful divorce, he tended to create unnecessarily difficult tests and gave his students unusually low grades. A psychoanalyst would be most likely to view the professor's treatment of students as an example of: A) reaction formation. B) displacement. C) projection. D) regression. 4. Maslow most clearly interjected his own personal values into his study of self-actualized individuals by: A) selectively studying people with qualities he admired. B) interpreting their flattering self-descriptions as a self-serving bias. C) overemphasizing the value of their loyalty to cultural norms. D) using projective tests to assess their motives. 5. A personality inventory that utilizes only those items that have been shown to differentiate particular groups of people is called a(n) ________ test. A) factor analytic B) self-report C) projective D) empirically derived 6. The stability of personality traits is best illustrated by the consistency of: A) the Barnum effect. B) the self-reference phenomenon. C) expressive styles. D) unconditional positive regard. 7. Learned helplessness is most likely to result from: A) a self-serving bias. B) an external locus of control. C) the false consensus effect. D) the self-reference phenomenon. 8. Overestimating the extent to which others notice and evaluate our appearance and performance is called: A) external locus of control. B) self-serving bias. C) the spotlight effect. D) fixation.
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Sample Final 9. Kelly loves to boast about her accomplishments and becomes very upset when anyone criticizes her. Kelly most clearly demonstrates: A) the spotlight effect. B) the false consensus effect. C) defensive self-esteem. D) learned helplessness. 10. It would be most difficult to use the ________ to explain why anorexia nervosa occurs mostly in Western cultures. A) learning perspective B) medical model C) social-cognitive perspective D) biopsychosocial approach 11. Two years after being brutally beaten and raped, Brianna still experiences jumpy anxiety and has trouble sleeping and vivid flashbacks of her assault. Brianna is most clearly showing signs of: A) panic disorder. B) post-traumatic stress disorder. C) generalized anxiety disorder. D) social phobia. 12. A traumatic experience may trigger a lasting phobia in a child with a sensitive, high-strung temperament. The same experience, however, may have no long-term impact on a child with a more relaxed temperament. This best illustrates the role of ________ in the development of phobias. A)
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2010 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 7A taught by Professor Dr.lofgren during the Fall '10 term at UC Irvine.

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