PSY 1012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anal Stage, Anal Retentiveness, Psychodynamics

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1. Personality is:
a. The broadest construct in all of psychology
2. The definition of personality is:
a. Personality is defined as a person’s typical manner of thinking, feeling and acting
3. Personality was first examined as an issue at about the:
a. Late 1800’s
4. Which of the following terms do NOT come from early 20th century personality theories?
a. Stimulus control
5. Which of the following terms do NOT come from early 20th century personality theories?
a. Self-esteem
6. Which of the following terms do NOT come from early 20th century personality theories?
a. Observational learning
7. Which of the following is NOT a theoretical approach to personality?
a. Individualized assessment approach
8. Which of the following is NOT a theoretical approach to personality?
a. Biopsychodynamic approach
9. Which of the following is NOT a theoretical approach to personality?
a. None of the above (Trait approach, Biopsychosocial approach, Psychodynamic
approach, Social learning approach)
10. Some models of personality are designed in such a way that they apply to human beings only
and not to animals.
a. FALSE
11. Which of the following reflects the contemporary personality theories most used today?
a. Biopsychosocial approach
12. Which of the following is the definition of personality?
a. A person’s typically manner of acting
13. This theory suggests there is a common core of personality structures that create who we are.
a. Psychodynamic approach
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14. This theory suggests people choose their experiences and have happy lives if they choose things
that are in accordance with their basic self.
a. Phenomenological approach
15. This theory suggests personality develops due to environmental stimulation.
a. Social learning approach
16. This theory suggests personality develops due to basic biological factors.
a. Trait approach
17. Which personality theory is the following scenario based upon: Joe currently smokes two packs
of cigarettes per day because he unconsciously believes that his mother never loved him?
a. Psychodynamic approach
18. Which personality theory is the following scenario based upon: Tasha has always dated older
men because unconsciously she feels her father never loved her and she is symbolically trying to
obtain her father’s love?
a. Psychodynamic approach
19. Which personality theory is the following scenario based upon: Jose is miserable because he
sells old used cars while, otherwise, trying to live a very eco-friendly lifestyle?
a. Phenomenological approach
20. Which personality theory is the following scenario based upon: Mrs. Huang is very patient
because she has learned to sit quiet and attentive during long boring speeches her grandfather
gives at family get-togethers?
a. Social learning approach
21. Which personality theory is the following scenario based upon: Sharon has always had a talent
for understanding people and she eventually became a highly sought after clinical psychologist
working with couples in divorce?
a. Trait approach
22. The idiographic approach to personality means that you are studying:
a. Personal characteristics of people
23. The nomothetic approach to personality means that you are studying:
a. Group averages of people
24. The difference between the idiographic and nomothetic approaches is analogous to:
a. Person vs. group
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25. Which of the following personality theorists found about 18.000 English words to describe
various human behaviors?
a. Allport
26. Almost anything a person does is assumed to be tied to the following trait.
a. Cardinal trait
27. This trait is highly characteristic of the person.
a. Central trait
28. These traits only show up in specific contexts.
a. Secondary trait
29. The basic traits that are in everyone’s personality
a. Source trait
30. Factor analysis tests are most closely associated with which of the following tests?
a. Correlation
31. Which of the following theorists developed the Three-Factor Solution to personality?
a. Eysenck
32. Which of the following scales is NOT part of the Three-Factor Solution to personality?
a. Conscientiousness-neurosis
33. The three most popular contemporary personality models contain how many factors in each?
a. 3, 5, 16
34. Which of the following is NOT part of the Big-Five personality traits?
a. None of the above (Openness, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Neuroticism)
35. Which of the following is NOT part of the Big-Five personality traits?
a. Obstructiveness
36. Which of the following is NOT part of the Big-Five personality traits?
a. Meticulousness
37. Statistically, an adopted child is more likely similar to which of the following individuals:
a. Their biological parents
38. Statistically, identical twins raised aprt are as similar as identical twins raised together.
a. TRUE
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