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HOW TO USE THIS TEST Don’t do this test until you have studied a bit for the exam and are familiar with the material in all chapters covered. This test does not include all the topics on the exam or even close to all the topics, this test is so you can examine how well your studying is working, not so you can memorize the answers and think you are ‘good’ for the final. For each answer write below WHY it is you think that is the correct answer. Cross out answers you think are incorrect. Then open the answer key and check your answers. If you made an incorrect response examine why… was it because you didn’t study the material? Because you misunderstood the material? Or because the answer choices confused you? Depending on the reason you may want to change your approach to preparing for the exam. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) A(n) ________ is framed in terms of showing how good you are. 1) _______ A) mastery goal B) avoidance goal C) performance goal D) approach goal 2) A person with a(n) ________ attachment style will be uncomfortable getting close to others and find it difficult to trust or depend on others. 2) _______ A) anxious B) avoidant C) secure D) ambivalent 3) ________ is a substance that helps to regulate appetite. 3) _______ A) Metabolin B) Endorphin C) Ephedra D) Leptin 4) Which of the following is an example of intrinsic motivation? 4) _______ A) going out for football to please your father B) accepting a new job because it will be more fulfilling C) accepting a new job because it pays more D) reading an extra book to get bonus points 5) The most common result of ________ during pregnancy is deafness. 5) _______ A) German measles B) cigarette smoking C) cocaine use D) alcohol use 6) The research by Margaret and Harry Harlow demonstrated a need for ________ in young rhesus monkeys. 6) _______ A) adequate nutrition B) contact comfort C) maternal sensitivity D) a peer group 7) Object permanence develops during the ________ stage. 7) _______ A) formal operations B) concrete operations C) preoperational D) sensorimotor 8) In what age group does the challenge of generativity vs. stagnation occur? 8) _______ A) Adolescence B) Late adulthood C) Young adulthood D) Middle adulthood 9) When children live or attend school near noisy airports, they are likely to: 9) _______ A) engage in more aggressive behaviour. B) experience frequent upset stomachs and possibly even get ulcers. C) have high blood pressure, be more distractible, and have more learning and attention difficulties. D) get more frequent colds and other minor illnesses. 10) In the nun study, how did nuns who expressed the most positive emotions in their autobiographies differ from those who expressed the least positive emotions? 10) ______ A) They were more intelligent. B) They lived longer. C) They were healthier. D) They had higher self-esteem. 11) Which of the following is NOT a factor that increases the risk of illness? 11) ______ A) Internal locus of control B) Uncontrollable noise C) Bereavement D) Emotional inhibition 12) ________ are rod-shaped paired structures made of DNA that are located in the nucleus of the cell. 12) ______ A) Chromosomes
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