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Chapter 5

Chapter 05 Test Bank

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Connie Boudens

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Chapter 5
Self and Identity
Total Assessment Guide (T.A.G.)
Topic Question
Type Factual Conceptual Applied
Overview
pp. 106
Multiple
Choice
1
Short
Answer
56
Essay
Self-Concept
pp. 106-122
Multiple
Choice
2, 4, 7, 10, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, 25, 28, 30, 31, 33,
35
3, 5, 6, 8, 9,
11, 14, 17, 24,
27, 32
12, 26
Short
Answer
57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64
Essay 73, 74, 75, 76,
77
Self-Esteem
pp. 123-133
Multiple
Choice
36, 39, 40, 43, 45, 48 37, 38, 41, 42,
46, 47, 49
44
Short
Answer
65, 66, 68 67
Essay 78, 79, 80
Social Identity
pp. 133-137
Multiple
Choice
50, 51, 52, 53, 54
Short
Answer
70, 71, 72 69
Essay 81, 82
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Chapter 5: Self and Identity
Multiple Choice
5.1.1. One classic study of self concept is the ___________ Statements Test.
a. Five
b. Ten
c. Twenty
d. Fifty
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 5.1.1
Page Reference: 106
Topic: Overview
Skill: Factual
Answer: c: Twenty
5.1.2. The set of ideas and inferences that you hold about yourself, including your traits, social roles,
schemas, and relationships, is what psychologists call your ______________.
a. ego identity
b. self-concept
c. identity
d. mask
Difficulty: 2
Question ID: 5.1.2
Page Reference: 106
Topic: Self-Concept
Skill: Factual
Answer: b: self-concept
5.1.3. A psychologist conducted a series of experiments on chimpanzees involving a mirror to
investigate the biological limits of
a. chimpanzee eye sight.
b. self-recognition.
c. primate memory.
d. human-chimp social interaction.
Difficulty: 1
Question ID: 5.1.3
Page Reference: 106
Topic: Self-Concept
Skill: Conceptual
Answer: b: self-recognition
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5.1.4. In Gallup’s study of chimpanzee behavior, how did the chimps’ behavior change from day 1 to
day 3 when a mirror was placed in their line of sight?
a. On both days they showed no interest in the mirror at all.
b. From the start they treated the mirror much as a human would by occasionally grooming
themselves.
c. At first they behaved as if they were looking at a different chimp (bobbing, threatening, etc.), and
then started to respond with self-directed responses such as grooming.
d. At first they behaved with self-directed behaviors such as grooming, but gradually started to
behave as if a second chimp was present and became aggressive.
Difficulty: 2
Question ID: 5.1.4
Page Reference: 107
Topic: Self-Concept
Skill: Factual
Answer: c: At first they behaved as if they were looking at a different chimp (bobbing,
threatening, etc.), and then started to respond with self-directed responses such as grooming.
5.1.5. When Gallup painted a red dot on chimps’ foreheads and then had them view themselves in a
mirror, what percentage recognized that they were looking at themselves and touched in the region of the
dot?
a. 0
b. 10
c. 25
d. 70
Difficulty: 2
Question ID: 5.1.5
Page Reference: 107
Topic: Self-Concept
Skill: Conceptual
Answer: c: 25
5.1.6. One key factor in Gallup’s study that seems to be necessary for a chimp to demonstrate self-
awareness in his experiment is
a. intelligence.
b. being raised by humans.
c. prior experience with mirrors.
d. having seen an adult chimp go through the procedure.
Difficulty: 2
Question ID: 5.1.6
Page Reference: 107
Topic: Self-Concept
Skill: Conceptual
Answer: c: prior experience with mirrors.
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Chapter 5Self and IdentityTotal Assessment Guide TAGQuestionTopicFactualConceptualAppliedTypeOverviewMultiple 1pp 106ChoiceShort 56AnswerEssaySelfConceptMultiple 2 4 7 10 13 15 16 19 20 3 5 6 8 9 12 26pp 106122Choice21 22 23 25 28 30 31 33 11 14 17 24 3527 32Short57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64AnswerEssay73 74 75 76 77SelfEsteemMultiple 36 39 40 43 45 4837 38 41 42 44pp 123133Choice46 47 49Short 65 66 6867AnswerEssay78 79 80Social IdentityMultiple 50 51 52 53 54pp 133137ChoiceShort 70 71 7269AnswerEssay81 82Copyright2012 by Pearson Education Inc All rights reserved99Chapter 5 Self and Identity Multiple Choice511 One classic study of self concept is theStatements Test a Fiveb Tenc Twentyd FiftyDifficulty 1Question ID 511Page Reference 106TopicOverviewSkill FactualAnswer c Twenty 512 The set of ideas and inferences that you hold about yourself including your traits social roles schemas and relationships is what psychologists call your a ego identityb selfconceptc identityd maskDifficulty 2Question ID 512Page Reference 106TopicSelfConceptSkillFactualAnswer b selfconcept513 A psychologist conducted a series of experiments on chimpanzees involving a mirror to investigate the biological limits of a chimpanzee eye sight b selfrecognition c primate memoryd humanchimp social interactionDifficulty 1Question ID 513Page Reference 106TopicSelfConceptSkillConceptualAnswer b selfrecognitionCopyright2012 by Pearson Education Inc All rights reserved100
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