26 Which of the following psychological test is derived from Jung’s theories of personality? a Catte

26 Which of the following psychological test is derived from Jung’s theories of personality? a Cattell 16 Factor c Myers – Briggs Type indicator b Keirsey Temparament Sorter d Rotter Locus of Control

_____ 27 Which of Jung’s belief differed from Freud’s theories? a Everyone has a collective unconscious b The unconscious is important in shaping personality c The main motivation for behavior is a striving for superiority d Behavior depends on the consequences that follow it

_____ 28 Jung divided the unconscious psyche into two parts: the personal and the ______________ c Preconscious c Collective d Social d Universal

_____ 29 Nathan may know that he is attracted to a woman but may not fully understand all the reasons for the attraction, some of which may even seem irrational This example best described ______________ a Unconscious c Conscious b Preconscious d Collective

_____ 30 A young girl may permanently repress her hostility for a younger sister because her hateful feelings create too much anxiety Best described what kind of defense mechanism? a Projection c Repression b Regression d Reaction Formation

_____ 31 Josephine deeply resents and hates her mother Because she knows that society demands affection toward parents, such conscious hatred for her mother would produce too much anxiety To avoid painful anxiety, the young woman concentrates on the opposite impulse love Her “love” for her mother, however, is not genuine It is showy, exaggerated, and overdone This example best described ______________ a Projection c Repression b Regression d Reaction Formation

_____ 32 Ana, is a completely weaned child may regress to demanding a bottle or nipple when a baby brother or sister is born The attention given to the new baby poses a threat to Ana as the older child This example best described a Projection c Repression b Regression d Reaction Formation c

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_____ 33 A man may consistently interpret the actions of older women as attempted seductions Consciously, the thought of sexual intercourse with older women may be intensely repugnant to him, but buried in his unconscious is a strong erotic attraction to these women This best described ______________ a Projection c Repression b Regression d Reaction Formation

_____ 34 Chad has a great admiration for his teacher He attempts to imitate this teacher’s lifestyle and mannerisms This is an example of ______________ a Displacement c Projection b Sublimation d Introjection

_____ 35 Which is not one of the four levels of hierarchy behavior organization recognized by Eysenck? a Spontaneous c Habitual acts b Specific acts d Types

_____ 36 Which one of the following is not one of Eysenck’s superfactors ? a Extraversion c Introversion b Neuroticism d Psychotism

_____ 37 A college student practices his literary piece to earn a medal What kind of motive is this? a affiliation motive c achievement motive b incentive motive d altruistic motive

_____ 38 According to Abraham Maslow only when the basic needs are met can one think of fulfilling the higher order needs are met can one think of fulfilling the higher order needs Which needs should be fully satisfied before going to higher level? a self-actualization c safety needs b physiological needs d love and belonging _____ 39 A good example of the instinct of self-preservation is ______________ a running away from an approaching fierce barking dog b getting out of trouble c turning away from an impending danger d avoiding getting near a cage with poisonous snake

_____ 40 Which of the following are in correct grouping? a food, air temperature, hunger c affiliation, altruism, thirst, pain b air temperature, food, oxygen d drive, need motive, warmth _____ 41 Which of these is in instinctive behavior? a smiling at a friend c helping an old woman cross the street b running away at the sight of a snake d hugging a cute baby _____ 42 A young man helps an old woman cross the street because doing a good deed makes him feel good What type of motivation is at work? a intrinsic c homeostasis b extrinsic d love and belonging _____ 43 A person who experiences a lowering of glucose level in the blood may suffer a thirst c hunger b pain d anorexia

_____ 44 According to Erickson, which of these is the most important aspect of the ego? a self-concious ego c ego identity b perceived ego d realistic ego

_____ 45 Erickson believed that ______________ is the basic strength of infancy a hope c will b faith d love

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_____ 46 The psychosocial crisis of the school age is______________ a autonomy verses c identity versus identity confusion b trust versus mistrust d industry versus inferiority _____ 47 Will is the basic strength of ______________ a infancy c the play age b early childhood d adolescence

_____ 48 To Erickson, the ego develops ______________ a within a social structure c most rapidly during adulthood b independent of historical factors d only after the id stops developing

_____ 49 To In contrast to Freud, Erickson ______________ a placed more emphasis on unconscious motivation b placed more emphasis on the ego c de-emphasized social and historical influences on personality d all of these

_____ 50 To During childhood, Erickson said, the ego ______________ a develops from the superego c is dormant b is weak and flexible d does not exist