Psychology 2035A/B Lecture 14: 34

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76. Positive reinterpretation uses
a. a commonsense strategy.
b. a positive comparison strategy.
c. imagining yourself in a similar situation with a worse outcome.
d. all of these.
77. Problem-solving has been linked to
a. better psychological adjustment.
b. lower levels of depression.
c. fewer health complaints.
d. all of these.
78. Marge was not being asked for a follow-up interview to her job applications. She asked
her friend Homer to help her solve the problem. Homer asked her if she was sure what the
problem was. Homer was helping Marge
a. generate an alternative course of action.
b. evaluate her alternatives.
c. clarify the problem.
d. take action, but be flexible.
79. Efforts to remedy or conquer the stress-producing problem itself are called -
focused coping.
a. problem
b. thought
c. emotion
d. situation
80. Which of the following is NOT a step in systematic problem-solving?
a. Clarify the problem.
b. Think of alternative courses of action.
c. Try several different alternatives simultaneously.
d. Act, while remaining flexible.
81. The first step in systematic problem-solving is
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