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Which of the following terms is not part of Freudian theory? a.
T F 1. There is general agreement regarding a definition for the term personality. F
T F 2. The personality mediates the adjustment of the individual. T F 3. The ego contains the basic drives for pleasure and aggression in their pure form. T F 4. The holistic approach to personality permits the use of factor analysis for predictive purposes. T F 5. Self-actualized persons possess a democratic, egalitarian attitude. T F 6. A typical managerial decision maker tends to be ego centered. T F 7. The study by Brim and his associates showed that the relation of personality to decision processes doesn't vary for different social groups. T F 8. The link between personality and decision making is a straightforward one-to-one relationship. T F 9. Decision makers who recognize and acknowledge the influence of personality in arriving at and implementing a choice tend toward satisficing outcomes. T F 10. Individual decision makers vary considerably in their propensity for risk acceptance. 5.
With specific reference to the conceptual model of risk acceptance/avoidance presented in this chapter, which one of the following partial statements is most nearly correct1?
Risk accepters desire certainty.
Risk avoiders dislike certainty.
Risk accepters desire a "sure thing."
Risk avoiders desire certainty.
e. Risk accepters have no preference...
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