Ans True 20 According to Rogers distortion protects the self structure from

Ans true 20 according to rogers distortion protects

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Ans: True20.According to Rogers, distortion protects the self structure from threat by allowing experiences into awareness in an acceptable form. Ans: True23
21.According to Rogers, distortion and denial are defenses against incongruence. Ans: True22.The ultimate goal for Rogers is a state of congruence between experience and self. Ans: True23.Denial allows experience into awareness in a form consistent with the self. Ans: False24.Subception is the experiencing of the effects of a stimulus without being aware of it. Ans: False25.In Rogerian theory, a stimulus experienced without being brought into awareness is described under the concept of subception. Ans: True26.People with low self-esteem are more likely to cheat than are those with high self-esteem.Ans: True27.Research on self-esteem change during adolescence suggests an increase for males and decrease for females. Ans: True28.According to Rogers, states of incongruence generate defensive processes. 24
c.Ans: True29.Congruence involves consistency between self and feeling. Ans: True30.Research suggests that variability in self in different situations is expressive of positive mental health. Ans: False25
Essay Questions 1. Compare the views of Freud and Rogers on the nature of the person and science.2.Discuss Rogers' views of the self, self processes, and their measurement. 3. How is Rogers’s theory about the nature of self-concept linked to his use of the Q-sort technique as a method of personality assessment?

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