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PSYB10H3 Study Guide - Stopwatch, Beforu (Album), Motivation


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB10H3
Professor
Elizabeth Page- Gould

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Social Psychology, 4Ce (Aronson/Wilson/Akert/Fehr)
Chapter 5 Self-Knowledge and the Need to Maintain Self-Esteem
Ch. 5-01 The two aspects of the self that combine to create a coherent sense of identity are:
A)Self-concept and introspection.
B)Self-awareness and social comparison.
C)Self-awareness and introspection.
D)Self-concept and self-awareness.
E)Self-concept and social comparison.
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-02 According to the research by Jennifer Campbell and her colleagues, people low in self-concept clarity:
A)carefully consider the variables that may be impacting how they feel.
B)are less likely to engage in positive forms of self-focus such as reflection.
C)attempt to make internal attributions to explain their behaviour.
D) frequently engage in introspection.
E)often ask their close friends about what to do.
Answer: B
Type: MC Page Ref: 127
Skill: Factual
Ch. 5-03 William James (1842-1910) distinguished between "self as known" and "self as knower." Self as known
reflects _______, whereas self as knower reflects _______.
A)self-awareness or consciousness.....thoughts and beliefs about ourselves
B)self-awareness or consciousness.....the self-concept
C) thoughts and beliefs about ourselves.....the active processing of information
D) the active processing of information.....thoughts and beliefs about ourselves
E) the self concept.....self-awareness or consciousness
Answer: C
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Factual
Ch. 5-04 The "me" of William James is to _______ as the "I" is to _______.
A)self-esteem....self-awareness
B)self-awareness.....self-concept
C)self-esteem.....self-concept
D)self-concept.....self-awareness
E)self-concept.....self-esteem
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-05 Barbara replies to her therapist, "How do I see myself? Well, I'm socially anxious, insecure, relatively
intelligent, and terribly shy." Barbara's response reflects her
A)self-concept.
B)executive function.
C)stream of consciousness.
D) looking glass self.
E) feelings of low self-worth.
Answer: A
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Applied
Ch. 5-06 Assume that when exposed to a mirror, chimpanzees will use the mirror to aid in grooming (e.g., to pick
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food from their teeth) and to entertain themselves by making faces. The chimps' behaviour before the
mirror would suggest that
A)great apes have a sense of "self."
B)mammals have a sense of self.
C)some animals engage in introspection.
D) like humans, mammals are self-aware.
E)many animals are curious and social.
Answer: A
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-07 Gordon Gallup (1977) briefly anesthetized chimpanzees and painted an odorless red dye on their heads.
When they awoke and looked in the mirror, the chimps immediately reached to touch their brows and
ears where the dye was. These findings suggest that chimps
A)are capable of developing a sense of self-esteem.
B)have a complex, multifaceted sense of self.
C)possess a self-concept much like a human's.
D)develop a sense of self-recognition comparable to that of two-year-old humans.
E)are capable of complex thought.
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-08 Which of the following would be most likely to reach to touch a spot of red dye when seeing his or her
reflection in a mirror?
A)An adult rhesus monkey.
B)An adult chimpanzee.
C)A six-month-old human infant.
D)A one-year-old human infant.
E)An infant gorilla.
Answer: B
Type: MC Page Ref: 126
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-09 Psychologists who have studied the development of self-concept over the lifespan have found that the
self-concept starts out _______ and gradually becomes _______ with increasing age.
A)extremely negative.....more positive
B)concrete.....more abstract and complex
C)extremely positive.....more realistic
D)socially focused.....individually focused
E) individually focused....socially focused
Answer: B
Type: MC Page Ref: 126-127
Skill: Factual
Ch. 5-10 Consider the following self-description: "I have blue eyes and brown hair. I have two sisters. I hate
vegetables, but I love ice cream." Such a self-description was most likely provided by the typical
A)eight-year old child.
B)adult.
C)high school student.
D) two-year old child.
E)college student.
Answer: A
Type: MC Page Ref: 126-127
Skill: Conceptual
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Ch. 5-11 According to information presented in the text, people who are low in self-concept clarity are
A)more self-confident and aware of their internal states.
B)more likely to experience both positive and negative emotions.
C)more likely to be neurotic and have low self-esteem.
D)more likely to engage in self-analysis.
E)often narcissistic and self-centered.
Answer: C
Type: MC Page Ref: 127
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-12 The development of our sense of self is partly influenced by the culture in which we grow up. For
example, in Western cultures people tend to have an _______ view of the self, whereas in non-Western
cultures people tend to have an _______ view of the self.
A) intrinsic.....extrinsic
B)extrinsic.....intrinsic
C) interdependent.....independent
D) independent.....interdependent
E)clear.....poorly defined
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 129-131
Skill: Factual
Ch. 5-13 Whereas Americans have a proverb, "The squeaky wheel gets the grease," Japanese have a proverb that
states "The nail that stands out gets pounded down." These two different proverbs mirror social-
psychological research that has demonstrated that people in Asian cultures
A)do not consider social interaction important.
B)do not hold differentiated self-concepts.
C)are more likely to defer to authority than are Americans.
D)have a more interdependent concept of self than do Americans.
E)are more authoritarian than Americans.
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 129-131
Skill: Conceptual
Ch. 5-14 When asked to finish a sentence beginning "I am...," respondents from Asian countries are more likely
to mention _______, because they grew up in a(n) _______ culture.
A)actual self.....authoritarian
B) the ideal self.....authoritarian
C) the ideal self.....less oppressive
D)group membership.....interdependent
E) the ought self.....interdependent
Answer: D
Type: MC Page Ref: 129-131
Skill: Factual
Ch. 5-15 Consider the following self-description: "It's important to me to make others happy. I work hard to
cooperate with others, and seldom get into arguments. My friends are more important to me than my
professional success." A(n) _______ is most likely to have provided such a self-description.
A) teacher living in Berlin, Germany
B)professor living in Regina, Saskatchewan
C)writer living in Paris, France
D)manager living in Cleveland, Ohio
E)executive living in Tokyo
Answer: E
Type: MC Page Ref: 129-131
Skill: Applied
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