Study Guide personality

Study Guide personality - Name: _ Date: _ 1. Mrs. Sunstedt...

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Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. Mrs. Sunstedt believes that parents should accept and try to understand their children's feelings and should honestly disclose their own inner feelings to their children. Her approach to parentchild interaction was most explicitly recommended by: A) Bandura. B) Allport. C) Freud. D) Rogers. E) Jung. 2. Forgotten memories that we can easily recall were said by Freud to be: A) displaced. B) projected. C) preconscious. D) fixated. E) unconscious. 3. Isaiah is sober and reserved; Rashid is fun-loving and affectionate. The Eysencks would say that Isaiah ________ and Rashid ________. A) has an internal locus of control; has an external locus of control B) has an external locus of control; has an internal locus of control C) is an extravert; is an introvert D) is an introvert; is an extravert 4. A psychoanalyst would characterize a person who is impulsive and self-indulgent as possessing a strong ________ and a weak ________. A) id and ego; superego B) id; ego and superego C) ego; superego D) id; superego E) superego; ego 5. Projective tests are most closely associated with the ________ perspective. A) socialcognitive B) psychoanalytic C) humanistic D) trait 6. Which of the following is a common criticism of the humanistic perspective? A) Its concepts are vague and subjective. B) The emphasis on the self encourages selfishness in individuals. C) Humanism fails to appreciate the reality of evil in human behavior. D) All of the above are common criticisms. Page 1
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7. According to Freud, ________ is the process by which children incorporate their parents' values into their ________. A) reaction formation; superegos B) reaction formation; egos C) identification; superegos D) identification; egos 8. In high school, Britta and Debbie were best friends. They thought they were a lot alike, as did everyone else who knew them. After high school, they went on to very different colleges, careers, and life courses. Now, at their twenty-fifth reunion, they are shocked at how little they have in common. Bandura would suggest that their differences reflect the interactive effects of environment, personality, and behavior, which he refers to as: A) reciprocal determinism. B) personal control. C) identification. D) the self-serving bias. 9. A major difference between the psychoanalytic and trait perspectives is that: A) trait theory defines personality in terms of behavior; psychoanalytic theory, in terms of its underlying dynamics. B) trait theory describes behavior but does not attempt to explain it. C) psychoanalytic theory emphasizes the origins of personality in childhood sexuality. D) all of the above are differences. 10. Karen Horney, a prominent neo-Freudian, disputed Freud's assumption that women:
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course BME 214614 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Empire State.

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