Cross cultural research on age trends suggests a the

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34.Cross-cultural research on age trends suggestsa)the same pattern of personality trait change.b)varying patterns of personality trait change.c)
western vs. nonwestern differences in personality trait change.d)developing countries vs. developed countries differences in personality trait change.Ans: a
35.McCrae and Costa suggest that
36.Relative to personality structure in adulthood, that in childhood is
37.The text suggests support for the following
38.The text suggests that the data support the view thata)personality is more stable over short than long periods of time.b)personality is more stable in adulthood than childhood.c)there are individual differences in trait stability.d)all of the above.Ans: d
39.According to the Five-Factor Model, personality disorders are best understood as
40.At an extreme end of a trait dimension, personality can be
41.The Five-Factor Model appears to be useful in
42.Which of the following is nota likely contribution to trait stability?a)genes.b)people select their environments.c)others respond in stable ways.d)all of these contribute to stability.Ans: d
43.The trait position suggests
44.Trait psychologists favor questionnaires because they
45.Laboratory situations are problematic for the study of traits because
46.The evidence is best that people behave consistentlya)within domains of situations.b)across domains of situations.c)both (a) and (b).d)neither (a) nor (b).Ans: a

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