21.Our memories, beliefs, and generalizations aboutthe self are integrated to make up oura.sociometerb.self-esteemc.self-schemad.working self-concept22.Frank believes that he is more valuable and specialthan anyone else. As a result, he feels he is entitledto special treatment, focuses mainly on his ownneeds, and gets angry when anyone challenges him.Frank most likely23.A psychologist is studying changes in levels ofcortisol (a stress hormone) in response to stressfulsituations, and how cortisol correlates withpersonality. In an experiment, she first measurestheir cortisol, then asks people to give a 5 minutepresentation to a group of strangers, then measurestheir cortisol again. Which of the followingcorrelations seems MOST likely?24.In psychology, the cultural level of analysisemphasizes the study of25.Which person is most likely to have a sense of selflargely defined by social roles and grouprelationships?a.Pierre, who was raised in Franceb.Mike, who was raised in New Yorkc.Landon, who was raised in Canadad.Kaito, who was raised in Japan26.Trait theories of personality differ frompsychodynamic and humanistic approaches becausethey27.Malia’s parents want her to become a doctor, butshe would like to be an artist. Which approach topersonality would suggest that Malia’s personalgrowth is associated with following her dream ofbecoming an artist?28.Imagine that Lex believes in trait theories ofpersonality, Tomas believes in social cognitivetheories of personality, and Cody believes inhumanistic theories of personality. Which person isMOST likely to commit the fundamental attributionerror?29.Phoebe is an inventor who is creative and good atusing everyday items in unusual ways. According tothe Big Five model of personality, Phoebe mostlikely would be high ina.neuroticismb.openness to experiencec.conscientiousnessd.agreeablenesse.extraversion
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