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dogmatism. perfectionism. organismic valuing. Add Question Here Question 172 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Marian is a college freshman who is so self-critical of herself that she feels like she is a failure when she makes a B on an assignment rather than her usual A. She is so terrified of making mistakes that she kept rewriting an essay during class so many times that she did not finish it. Marian is now worried "sick" that she will make a "bad" grade on this essay. According to your textbook, Marian would best be described having Answer a low score on neuroticism. severe test anxiety. maladaptive perfectionism. the "freshman college jitters." Add Question Here Question 173 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A student that has _____ sets unattainable high standards for themselves, is self-critical, terrified of making mistakes, and often seriously depressed. Answer a high score on integrity maladaptive perfectionism severe test anxiety low score on extroversion Add Question Here Question 174 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding maladaptive perfectionism, which of the following statements is FALSE? Answer Being overly perfectionistic tends to lower one's performance at school and elsewhere. For many students, maladaptive perfectionism begins with harsh, perfectionistic parenting, who are demanding and highly critical. Perfectionists tend to be arrogant and have an inflated sense of self. Perfectionistic students are often seriously depressed. Add Question Here Question 175 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding perfectionism and success, which of the following statements is FALSE? Answer Being overly perfectionistic tends to increase one's overall success at school and elsewhere. To learn form your experiences, you must feel free to make mistakes. Success is more often based on seeking "excellence" rather than "perfection."
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Navajo weavers intentionally make a "mistake" in each of their rugs as a reminder that humans are not perfect. Add Question Here Question 176 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding the influence of traits and situations on people’s behaviors, which of the following statements is/are TRUE? Answer Personality traits are quite consistent and can predict such things as job performance, dangerous driving, or successful marriage. Situations greatly influence our behavior as illustrated by the fact that it would be unusual for a person to dance at movie or read a book at a football game. Many personality psychologists now place equal weight on traits and situations as ways to explain behavior. All of these statements are true. Add Question Here Question 177 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question With respect to the influence of traits and situations on behavior, it is most accurate to say that the two Answer interact.
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