19. Social cognitive theory attributes psychological differences between men and women to: a) observation and imitation, rewards and punishment of gender-related behavior. b) the degree of success with which one navigates certain discontinuous psychosocial crises. c) the degree of identification with the same-sex parent. d) naturally selected historical roles. 20. Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development considers: Credit assigned for answering either B or D.21. Joanie is unhappy unless she has a boyfriend. She very possessive and demanding with her peer relationships and constantly seeks to make someone her new best friend. What type of attachment is Joanie displaying? 22. Everyone gets a point! What I meant to write was: Sheira, a two-year-old, is told a story about a girl named Brenda. The story explains that Brenda is looking for her favorite doll. Although Brenda thinks the doll is under the bed, it really is in the kitchen cabinet. When Sheira is asked where Brenda will look for her doll, where will Shiela say that Brenda is most likely to look? 23. Freud believed that infants become attached to the person or object that: a) helps them to develop a sense of trust through consistent attention to needs. b)provides oral satisfaction. c) provides contact comfort, through physical warmth and heartbeat tones. d) they see and hear immediately after birth. This study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
Psychology 7 – Fall 2014 – Unit 3 Exam – VERSION B24. Which of the following statements about identity development is true? 25. The Big Five factors theory of personality is the view that personality is made up of: EXTRA CREDIT 26. Erik Erikson's concept of trust is similar to Mary Ainsworth’s notion of: This study resource wasshared via CourseHero.comPowered by TCPDF ()
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