Personality Psychology and Reciprocal Determinism.

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1. Freud thought that the dream we remember is a censored version of a. unconditional positive regard.
b. the spotlight effect.
c. unconscious wishes.
d. self-serving bias.

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2. Alex has frequently been caught stealing money and other valuables from friends as well as strangers. However, he does not feel guilty or remorseful about robbing these people. Alex most clearly demonstrates a(n) a. spotlight effect.

b. reciprocal determinism.
c. weak superego.
d. oral fixation.

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3. According to psychoanalytic theory, boys' fear of castration is most closely associated with a. an oral fixation.
b. free association.
c. the spotlight effect.
d. the Oedipus complex.

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4. Bonnie is afraid to express anger at her overbearing and irritating supervisor at work, so she is critical of her children instead. A psychoanalyst would suggest that Bonnie's reaction to her children illustrates a. identification.

b. reaction formation.
c. displacement.
d. projection.

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5. The Rorschach inkblot test has ________ reliability and ________ validity. a. high; high
b. high; low
c. low; high
d. low; low

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6. Children who have witnessed a parent's murder report memories that most clearly challenge Freud's concept of a. erogenous zones.
b. self-serving bias.
c. fixed association.
d. repression.

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7. According to Maslow, the desire for identity, meaning, and purpose beyond the self refers to the motive for a. reciprocal determinism.
b. the reality principle.
c. self-transcendence.
d. unconditional positive regard.

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8. Who emphasized the importance of unconditional positive regard in healthy personality development? a. Sigmund Freud
b. Albert Bandura
c. Carl Rogers
d. Alfred Adler

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9. The stability of personality over time best illustrates the value of a. individualism.
b. the humanistic perspective.
c. self-transcendence.
d. the trait perspective.

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10. The MMPI was originally developed to identify
a. a hierarchy of needs.
b. psychosexual stages.
c. unconditional positive regard.
d. emotional disorders.

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11. Around the world, people describe others' personality traits in terms that are consistent with a set of factors called a. defense mechanisms.
b. psychosexual stages.
c. the hierarchy of needs.
d. the Big Five.

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12. We can better predict drivers' behavior at traffic lights from knowing the color of the lights than from knowing the drivers' personalities. This best illustrates the importance of a. collectivism.

b. the spotlight effect.
c. self-transcendence.
d. situational influences.

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13. The social-cognitive perspective highlights the interaction of personal traits with our environment, a process that Albert Bandura called a. free association.
b. self-actualization.
c. reciprocal determinism.
d. reaction formation.

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14. Card players who attribute their wins to their own skill and their losses to bad luck best illustrate a. the false consensus effect.
b. reciprocal determinism.
c. the spotlight effect.
d. self-serving bias.

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15. Defining our identity in terms of our extended family or work group is most closely associated with a. unconditional positive regard.
b. individualism.
c. self-actualization.
d. collectivism.

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Myers PEL 2e Chapter 11 Quiz 1 completed
Total score: 14 out of 15, 93%

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1. The role of repressed childhood conflicts in personality disorders is most clearly emphasized by the ________ perspective. a. trait
b. social-cognitive
c. psychoanalytic
d. humanistic

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