In Freud's view, personality forms as the result of the struggle between
primal needs and social or moral restraints.
Maslow believed that we can learn the most about the human condition by
studying normal people.
A person who follows rules, is d
A woman who is participating in a march to draw attention to an issue that is important to her is demonstrating the _ component of attitudes.
We are most likely to persuade someone to help us with a time-consuming, unappealing task if we
1. A major disturbance of intellectual and social functioning in which there is a loss of contact with reality is called: (Points : 2)
2. Both depressed and manic symptoms appear i
1. The sympathetic nervous system is to _ as the parasympathetic nervous system is to _. (Points : 2)
striated muscles; smooth muscles
2. Individuals with pu
1. Attitudes are best understood as (Points : 2)
being either entirely positive or entirely negative.
being initially positive, but increasingly negative as new information arises.
varying in strength along both positive and negative dimensions.