The existence of universal terms for describing individual differences would be

The existence of universal terms for describing

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10.The existence of universal terms for describing individual differences would be __________ an evolutionary perspective. a)consistent withb)inconsistent withc)simultaneously consistent AND inconsistent withd)irrelevant to
Ans: a 11. Studies on animal personality suggest 12.The best measure of OCEAN is 13.Results from the NEO-PI would be expected to be most similar to those from the 14.The NEO-PI is a a)
projective test.b)questionnaire.c)disguised test.d)instructional test.Ans: b 15.The NEO-PI correlates well with scores from the 16.Costa and McCrae argue that the NEO-PI in relation to the basic dimensions ofpersonality is 17.The NEO-PI provides for
18.Self-ratings on the NEO-PI would be expected to show greatest agreement with a)OT data.b)spouse ratings.c)projective test scores.d)clinical interviews.Ans: b 19.A problem with cross-cultural research on the Big Five is 20.The factor that shows least cross-cultural replicability is
21.The text suggests that cross-cultural trait comparisons may depend on whether 22.Overall, cross-cultural research on the Big Five suggests that a)none of the traits are universalb)all of the Big Five are pretty universal.c)at least three of the Big Five are universal.d)only one of the Big Five is universal.Ans: c 23.Disagreement concerning trait measures is greatest concerning
24.Cattell's factors seem most comparable to the NEO-PI's

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