Concerning developmental aspects of traits research

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56.Concerning developmental aspects of traits, research suggestsa relationship betweenb.a)early temperament and later traits.c.b)childhood and greater trait complexity.d.c)both (a) and (b).e.d)neither (a) nor (b).Ans: a
a.57.Trait data on Jim brought out his
a.58.NEO-PI data on Jim suggested that he and his wife disagreed on the trait(s) of
a.59.Recent research on the five-factor model indicates that
a.60.Research by Twenge indicates that, in the past few decades, scores on the personality trait of anxiety have ___________ in the population at large.b.a)increasedc.b)decreasedd.c)remain unchangedAns: a
a.61.Research by Twenge on historical changes in personality traits scores _____ five-factor theory.
a.62.According to Ashton and colleagues’ analyses, what sixth factor did proponents of the Big Five miss?
Psychoticism.
True/Falsea.1.The fundamental lexical hypothesis suggests that people basically are language oriented.
a.5.If research suggests that some traits are universal, whereas others are unique to specific cultures, then the fundamental lexical hypothesis is completely invalid.
a.2.The discovery of the basic structure of personality through the factor analysis of ratings is comparable to the methods used in physics and chemistry.
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3.According to the Big Five, intelligence is a major component of personality.
a.4.The NEO-PI was specifically designed to measure the basic fivefactors.
a.5.Proponents of the NEO-PI also advocate the use of projective tests in the study of personality.
6.A problem with the five-factor model is that it shows no links with other personality concepts.
a.7.The Big Five factor showing the least cross-instrument agreement is Openness.
a.

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