Chapter 20, Summary and Future Directions
1. The goal of personality psychology is to understand
A.differences between people.
B.how people behave across different cultures.
C.how people are similar to one another.
D.the whole of personali
Chapter 16, Sex, Gender, and Personality
1. Differences between men and women in terms of personality or behavior without regard to
the causes of those differences are called
Chapter 1, Introduction to Personality Psychology
1. Features of personality that differentiate one person from another usually take the form of
_ in language.
Chapter 2, Personality Assessment, Measurement, and Research Design
1. What a person tells you about his or her attitudes would be considered
2. What a person's friend tells you a
Chapter 3, Traits and Trait Taxonomies
1. Which of the following is NOT a major question addressed by the dispositional domain?
How many traits exist?
How do traits interact with situations to produce behavior?
How can we best mea
Chapter 4, Theoretical and Measurement Issues in Trait Psychology
1. Trait psychologists are most interested in
how people are different from each other.
how human nature works.
understanding the uniqueness of each individual.
Chapter 5, Personality Dispositions Over Time: Stability, Change, and Coherence
1. _ is defined as both the consistencies in people and the ways people change over
Rank order stability
Mean level stab
Chapter 6, Genetics of Personality
1. The Jim twins
prove that personality traits are heritable.
prove the effects of nonshared family environments.
are very similar despite having been separated at birth.
are identical in all
Chapter 11, Motives and Personality
1.Which term below best describes a state of tension within a person usually caused by a lack of
2.From a theoretical point of view,
Chapter 8, Evolutionary Perspectives on Personality
1.We are all the products of a long line of ancestors that successfully _ and _.
A.evolved to near perfection; were physically fit
B.survived to old age; were strong
C.left a long of ance
Chapter 10, Psychoanalytic Approaches: Contemporary Issues
1. Holly Ramonas memories of being abused as a child were
most likely implanted in her memory by her therapist.
considered accurate by memory researchers.
were thought to
Chapter 7, Physiological Approaches to Personality
1.After Elliot's brain tumor was removed his _ changed.
2.A small bit of Elliots brain that transmitted _ informa
Chapter 9, Psychoanalytic Approaches to Personality
1.The person most associated with the intrapsychic approach to personality is
2.A fundamental assumption of psychologists working
Chapter 17, Culture and Personality
1. Among lowland Yanomam men, one of the LEAST desirable personality characteristics is
2. Which of the following is NOT
Chapter 14, Approaches to the Self
The way you see and define your self is known as your
The extent to which you value yourself is know
Chapter 12, Cognitive Topic in Personality
Which of the following is NOT an important topic in the cognitive/experiential domain?
Identifying the major traits of personality.
Peoples subjective experience of self.
Chapter 13, Emotion and Personality
Which of the following is NOT considered a component of emotions?
_ is the component of emotions th
Chapter 19, Disorders of Personality
1. Kody Scott, a gang member nicknamed Monster, is a violent person who craves
excitement, fears nothing, and has no guilt or remorse. Scott most likely has _
Chapter 18, Stress, Coping, Adjustment, and Health
Which of the following is important in fighting the spread of AIDS?
Research on a vaccine.
Research on the HIV virus.
Research on behavior.
All of these.
Chapter 15, Interpersonal Aspects of Personality
1. The social and cultural domain of knowledge emphasizes the effects of _ on an
individuals behavior more than other approaches emphasize those factors.
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