Rogers concept for the experiencing of a stimulus without bringing it into

Rogers concept for the experiencing of a stimulus

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58.Rogers' concept for the experiencing of a stimulus without bringing it into awareness is a)incongruence.b)subception.c)self-actualization.d)defensiveness.Ans: b 59.Subception is the process through which experiences unavailable to awareness can lead to 60. Two major defensive processes described by Rogers are 14
61.Through the defense mechanism of denial we 62.The basis for the denial of experience is a)imposition of conditions of worth.b)early trauma.c)fixation and regression.d)all of the above.Ans: a 63.According to Rogers, an organism may react to threatening stimuli with 64.Freud's concept of the superego might be related to Rogers' concept of 15
65.For Rogers, defense occurs due to the threat of 66.One way in which people maintain a self-concept is through a)being hostile to others.b)a self-fulfilling prophecy.c)manipulating others through guilt.d)dreams.Ans: b 67.Parents who communicate negative appraisals may be suspected of 68.The development of self-esteem is associated with 69.67. Rogerian theory holds that the dissociation of experiences and the rift between organism and self in children are the results of 16
70.With regard to the interaction of parent and child during the child's development, it has been found that a)there appears to be an inverse relationship between the types of evaluations a parent makes of himself and the types of evaluations he makes of the child.b)the most critical determinant of what a child feels about himself is his perception of his parents' feeling about him.c)children of authoritarian parents tend to have greater intellectual development.d)children of democratic parents tend to be more aggressive in filling their needs.Ans: b

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