psy 380 Unit Unit.1 ( Q.15,21,22,23 AND 25 ), 15) Most experts agree that recovered memories of sexual abuse are A) accurate for female victims but not for male victims. B) inaccurate in many cases. C) accurate for male victims but not for female victims. almost always accurate. 21) In his explanation of the concept of organ inferiority, Adler emphasized A) determinism. B) the subjective experience of the child. e) the inheritance of personality. 0) the impact of physical limitations on the development of intelligence. 22) The unknown part of a person's fictionally final goal is A) irrelevant to psychological functioning. B) the unconscious. e) likely to cause emotional problems. D) repressed because of painful childhood experiences. 23) According to Adler, the most important determinant of personality is A) parental behavior. B) birth order. e) biological factors. 0) a person's own choices. 24) What do Adlerians offer parents? A) the threat of lawsuits B) legal options e) sympathy 0) training programs 25) Adler's major criterion for psychological health is A) high achievement in school. B) the absence of anxiety. C) social interest. D) creativity. Unit.2 ( Q.6,16,18,and 23 ),And 6) Individual rituals that are defensive, such as obsessive hand-washing, are called by Erikson. A) ritualisms B) ideal prototypes C) compulsions 0) moratoria 16) Which way of describing George best illustrates Allport's concept of central traits? A) George is not like anyone else I know. B) George is a typical Englishman. C) George is like a lamb; he is very meek. 0) George is intelligent, ambitious, deceptive, good-looking, friendly, athletic, and selfish. 18) According to psychoanalysis, people are motivated by experiences in their past. Which concept from Allport contrasts with this view? A) central traits B) habits C) extrinsic orientation D) functional autonomy 23) The best way to raise a child who has an inhibited temperament, in order to produce a well-adapted personality, is to A) encourage the child to explore the environment and give warnings when appropriate. B) provide strict discipline. C) continue setting high standards for the child to achieve. D) do not interfere with the child's innate tendencies. Unit.3 (Q.3,16,20 ) Thank you. 3) Punishment A) influences only the behavior that is punished. B) reduces the frequency of behavior. C) was recommended by Skinner as a means of controlling behavior. all of the above 16) Despite numerous physical difficulties, artist Frida Kahlo believed she could be successful in her work. This is called A) cognitive bias B) self-efficacy C) collective efficacy D) id inflation 20) A person high in self-efficacy A) is high in overall intelligence. B) believes he or she can act effectively in a situation. C) is healthy. is popular.
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