Creativity curiosity open mindedness love of learning

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339.Creativity, curiosity, open-mindedness, love of learning, and perspective describe the human strength, identified by Seligman and Peterson, as77
a.temperance.b.humanity.c.transcendence.d.wisdom and knowledge.ANS: DPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal GrowthOBJ:10.4.3KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)340.According to Seligman and Peterson, the human strength of “courage” is expressed by the positive traits of a.curiosity, open-mindedness, and perspective.b.persistence, integrity, and vitality.c.fairness, leadership, and citizenship.d.forgiveness, humility, prudence, and self-control.ANS: BPTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal GrowthOBJ:10.4.3KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)341.According to Seligman and Peterson, the human strength of “justice” is expressed by the positive traitsof a.love, kindness, social intelligence.b.persistence, integrity, and vitality.c.fairness, leadership, and citizenship.d.forgiveness, humility, prudence, and self-control.ANS: CPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal GrowthOBJ:10.4.3KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)342.Of the positive personality traits listed below, which were found to be the most strongly associated with life satisfaction?a.curiosity and gratitudeb.fairness and self-controlc.humor and integrityd.persistence and the appreciation of excellence ANS: APTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal GrowthOBJ:10.4.3KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)343.Seligman and Peterson found that traits of hope, vitality, gratitude, love, and curiosity are strongly associated witha.incongruence.b.life satisfaction.c.conditions of worth.d.positive fixations.ANS: BPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal Growth78
OBJ:10.4.3KEY:FactMSC:* (New Question)344.According to Rogers, the self isa.unimportant to the understanding of personality.b.an idealized image of oneself.c.a flexible and changing perception of personal identity.d.a permanent, unified conception of identity.ANS: CPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal GrowthOBJ:10.4.4KEY: Fact345.A key element of Carl Rogers’ personality theory is the concept ofa.meta-needs.b.the self-image.c.self-reinforcement.d.the pleasure principle.ANS: BPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Humanistic Theory-Peak Experiences and Personal GrowthOBJ:10.4.4KEY: Fact

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