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a. punishmentb. reciprocal determinismc. reinforcementd. self-actualizationTo explain why Bailey is aggressive and hostile, what would a psychologist focused on the observational learning perspectiveexamine?a. Bailey's past and present role modelsb. Bailey's history of reinforcement and punishmentc. Bailey's self-concept and interactions with othersd. Bailey's unconsciously repressed feelings of angerWhat is NOT associated with high self-efficacy?a. having been anxious and depressed in childhoodb. having greater success in searching for a jobc. being able to stop using cigarettes and other drugsd. maintaining a regular exercise routineWhich learning theorist proposed the most mechanical view of human personality and paid little attention to internal, unobservableprocesses?a. Albert Bandurab. Walter Mischelc. Alfred Adlerd. B. F. SkinnerAccording to Albert Bandura's theory of behaviour, what produces characteristic patterns of behaviour?a. punishmentb. reinforcementc. imitationd. unconscious motivationWhat term applies to the belief that one has the ability to perform behaviours that should lead to expected outcomes?a. self-efficacyb. self-conceptc. self-relianced. self-justificationHow would a psychologist interested in operant conditioning perspective explain Caleb's outgoing personality?a. in terms of his history of reinforcement and punishmentb. in terms of his self-concept and his interactions with othersc. in terms of his unconsciously repressed feelings of sexual tensiond. in terms of his influential positive and negative role modelsRandall believes that he will never do well in his music class and, thus, he seldom practises. His lack of practice results in poorperformance, which further convinces him that he lacks the ability to do well. According to Albert Bandura,what does this interactionbetween Randall's beliefs, his behaviour, and his environment illustrate?a. higher-order conditioning
b. self-conceptc. reciprocal determinismd. self-actualizationAccording to Carl Rogers, what term applies to the collection of beliefs about one's own nature, unique qualities, and typicalbehaviour?a. self-efficacyb. self-conceptc. state of congruenced. level of self-actualizationAccording to Carl Rogers, what kind of self-concept occurs in people who are plagued by recurrent anxiety?a. highly objective self-conceptb. highly subjective self-conceptc. highly incongruent self-conceptd. highly congruent self-conceptWhat did Abraham Maslow call the need to fulfill one's potential?a. need for affiliationb. need for achievementc. need for self-actualizationd. need for powerIn Maslow's hierarchy of needs, what are considered first priority needs?a. physiological needsb. safety and security needsc. aesthetic and cognitive needsd. self actualization needsHerman wants to be the very best ballet dancer that he can be, even though his family and most of his friends have ridiculed hisgoal. He is not interested in money or fame but in dancing as well as he can and challenging himself in every way he can. Accordingto Maslow, what need is Herman striving to meet?

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