PSYB30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Quiz: Common Rule, Random Assignment, Psychoticism

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Chapter 1
Who Am I? Understanding the Building Blocks of
Personality
Total Assessment Guide (T.A.G.)
Topic Question
Type Factual Conceptual Applied
Overview
pp. 2-3
Multiple
Choice
1,2
Short
Answer
Essay
What is
Personality
Psychology?
pp. 3-6
Multiple
Choice
3,5,6,7,11 4,8,9,10 19
Short
Answer
28,31,33 29,30,32 34
Essay 46
How do
Psychologists
Study
Personality?
pp. 7-17
Multiple
Choice
12,13,16 17,24,26,27 18,21,25 14,15,20,23
Short
Answer
39,42,43,44 35,37,41 38,40.45
Essay 48 47 49
Science or
Science Fiction?
A Brief
Introduction to
Current
Research
Findings in
Personality
Psychology
pp. 17-17
Multiple
Choice
Short
Answer
Essay
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Chapter 1: Who Am I? Understanding the Building Blocks
of Personality
Multiple Choice
1.1.1. It is suggested in Chapter 1 that one human universal is the desire for __________(i.e. to develop
and express our individual identity).
a. enlightenment
b. humanization
c. personality
d. actualization
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 1.1.1
Page Reference: 2
Topic: Overview
Skill: Factual
Answer: d. actualization
1.1.2. In terms of levels of personality, the textbook suggests that genes are on the ______-level.
a. micro
b. macro
c. meta
d. subconscious
Difficulty: 2
Question ID: 1.1.2
Page Reference: 3
Topic: Overview
Skill: Factual
Answer: a. micro
1.1.3. Personality psychology uses the scientific method to study all of the following EXCEPT
a. identifying ways in which people are similar and different.
b. explaining how people become the way they are psychologically.
c. predicting how individuals will behave in the future.
d. studying individual differences.
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 1.1.3
Page Reference: 3
Topic: What is Personality Psychology?
Skill: Factual
Answer: c Predicting how individuals will behave in the future.
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1.1.4. Most psychologists agree that to understand personality we need to understand all of the
following EXCEPT
a. traits.
b. genetics.
c. superego traits.
d. regulation and motivation.
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 1.1.4
Page Reference: 3
Topic: What is Personality Psychology?
Skill: Conceptual
Answer: c. superego traits.
1.1.5. A person’s typical way of thinking, feeling, and acting, in various situations, at different times
are known as her/his _______.
a. fixed patterns
b. genetic makeup
c. unconscious motivations
d. traits
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 1.1.5
Page Reference: 4
Topic: What is Personality Psychology?
Skill: Factual
Answer: d. traits
1.1.6. The textbook states that many personality variables have a genetic component. It also suggests
that _____________ have (has) an environmental component.
a. very few of them
b. some of them
c. most of them
d. every one of them
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 1.1.6
Page Reference: 4
Topic: What is Personality Psychology?
Skill: Factual
Answer: d. every one of them
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