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According to Eysenck, the basis for individual differences in introversion-extraversion is differences inA) physiological functioning. B) intelligence. C) neither (a) nor (b). D) both (a) and (b).
The dimension listed below that is not one of the dimensions emphasized by Eysenck is
According to Allport, traits are defined by
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According to Allport, to account for behavior one had to consider
Which of the following is not a basis for support for the five factor model?A) results from questionnaires. B) results from projective tests. C) results from ratings. D) all of the above provide support.
Recent research on the five-factor model indicates that
The NEO-PI correlates well with scores from
Trait psychologists favor questionnaires because they
The term Big 5 comes fromA) Goldberg. B) Costa. C) McCrae. D) Buss.
Differences between self- and observer-ratings of the Big Five have been observed for traits that are not highly:
The Five-factor model is most similar to
At this point in time, evidence in support of trait stability
At an extreme end of a trait dimension, personality can beA) adaptive. B) pathological. C) both (a) and (b). D) neither (a) nor (b).

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