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b) locus of control. c) phenomenology. d) reciprocal determinism. 14. A baseball player's son is quite talented; he has received lots of awards over the years. When he gets up to bat he expects to get a hit, and when he is in the field he expects to make every catch. According to Bandura, what characteristic does this young man seem to have? 15. _____________ theory is called the third force in personality theory.
16. In Carl Rogers's theory, our perception of our abilities, behaviors, and characteristics is known as 17. Which of the following represents an example of unconditional positive regard? a) a mother telling her son that she hopes he becomes an engineer like his father b) a father telling his daughter that he will really only be proud of her if she gets all As like c) an owner only pays attention to her dog when he is well-behaved d) a parent telling his son he loves him even though he just wrecked the family car she did last semester 18. What did Gordon Allport think about traits? 19. How many source traits did Raymond Cattell discover through the process of factor analysis? 20. What psychoanalytic theorist most notably influenced the Big Five theory of personality?
21. The fact that an outgoing extravert might be very talkative at a party but very quiet at a funeral is an example of a) trait-situation interaction. b) cross-cultural similarities. c) source trait reliability. d) neuroticism. 22. What major conclusion about personality traits emerged from the Minnesota twin study? 23. Which of the following countries would not be considered a collectivist country according to the studies by Geert Hofstede? 24. Which of the following terms describes the cultural personality of the United States according to Hofstede's dimensions of cultural personality?