Review Test Submission Test 1 – Fall 2014

ReviewTest Submission: Test 1 – Fall 2014

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Yiqun Wan

Personality: Normal and Abnorm

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Test 1 – Fall 2014

Started

9/30/14 4:19 AM

Submitted

9/30/14 6:19 AM

Due Date

9/30/14 11:59 PM

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  • Question 1

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The modern study of personality is the study of .

  • Question 2

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Jung divided personality development into four eras, the most important of which is .

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To Jung, chance events .

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Freud understood that Breuer’s big mistake with Anna O. involved anxiety over

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The id has two mechanisms by which it seeks the immediate discharge of tension.&nbsp They are .

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The fictional creations of a novel and scientific theory share several attributes.&nbsp One of the following does not belong among them.&nbsp It is .

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Jung believed that unconscious complexes could be discovered by the use of .

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There is a relation between psychic energy and physical energy in Jung’s theory.&nbsp It .

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Some contemporary psychologists have pointed to well-established phenomena that support Jung’s concept of a collective unconscious, among them .

  • Question 10

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Wilberforce is a scoffer.&nbsp He has always been a scoffer, and he scoffs at anything he doesn’t agree with or understand.&nbsp He is taking a course in theories of personality theories this term and scoffs to his fellow students about the weird theories they’re studying and their ridiculous claims about human behaviour.&nbsp He is convinced that most of what people do can never be explained scientifically and is full of examples to prove his point.&nbsp Even if Wilberforce were basically right, he fails to take account of the scientific assumption of .

  • Question 11

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Which of the following is NOT an attribute of the clinical method?

  • Question 12

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Melissa is designing her master’s thesis research.&nbsp She proposes to collect classroom observations of troublemaking behaviour and observations of aggression on the school playground.&nbsp The observational ratings will be made by the children’s teacher, who will also observe playground aggression.&nbsp Melissa should be concerned about .

  • Question 13

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Stevie Barker talks incessantly from morn ‘til night.&nbsp He also weighs 350 pounds and is a heavy drinker.&nbsp When Stevie’s colleague in the House of Commons, Petie McLover, tells his analyst about Stevie, Petie’s analyst says, .

  • Question 14

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The clinical method originated .

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As a boy, Jung believed that his personality was powerfully influenced by&nbsp the personality of a town elder, old Dr Stückelberger, an eighteenth-century wise man.&nbsp Jung would conclude that this idea was an example of .

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Caspi, Elder, and Bem got reports of the frequency of temper tantrums in young boys and used these data to predict poor work records, marital disharmony, and lower ranks in military service in adulthood.&nbsp The data of this research were .

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Jung regarded mythical ideas, primordial images, or behaviour patterns as .

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Sam holds extreme hatred for his parents, who he sees as depriving him of his independence, but he is unable to recognize it or think about it.&nbsp This intense feeling resides in Sam’s .

  • Question 19

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The essential procedure in the Glucksberg and King experiment on repression involved .

  • Question 20

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In popular usage, personality refers to our impressions of someone.&nbsp This is .

  • Question 21

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The shadow .

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Terms such as anxiety, repression, psychological conflict, the unconscious, and catharsis .

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Freud’s teacher and mentor, Ernst Brücke, was a firm proponent of .

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The earliest treatments used by Freud were .

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Jung agreed with Freud .

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Freud abandoned the traumatic sexual seduction theory of neurosis because .

  • Question 27

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One of Freud’s critical discoveries about the child origins of neurosis was that .

  • Question 28

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‘My boyfriend is a beast, a total animal,’ says Myrtle.&nbsp Since she has been taking Personality Theory, she has another insult for him to bear.&nbsp ‘It’s his lousy, aggressive coming out.’

  • Question 29

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The persona is .

  • Question 30

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The eight personality types in Analytic Psychology result from the combination of .

  • Question 31

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One of the things about hysteria that struck Freud and other students of the neurosis was .

  • Question 32

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Can subtleties of commercial advertising, propaganda, or political claims affect the choices you make even though you have no conscious memory of having paid any attention to previous exposures?

  • Question 33

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The American movement in psychology known as behaviourism .

  • Question 34

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Jung believed that religion .

  • Question 35

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There is a major concern about L-data that researchers should be aware of.&nbsp It is that .

  • Question 36

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Psychoanalysis asserts that defence mechanisms are processes employed by .

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Myrtle dreamed that she was dancing a slow waltz with a short, fat man when suddenly the music became loud rap and the short, fat man disappeared.&nbsp In the psychoanalytic view, this scenario is the dream’s content.

  • Question 38

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The modern version of Freud’s seduction theory is weakened by .

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Personality theories are fundamentally concerned with .

  • Question 40

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Henry believes that normal people like himself are definitely different—qualitatively different—from disturbed people who are neurotic or worse.&nbsp Henry hasn’t absorbed the message in the text about the .

  • Question 41

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Psychoanalysis grew out of nineteenth-century Jung’s Analytic Psychology emphasized .

  • Question 42

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When Fräulein Elisabeth R. could no longer deny her awful wish to have her dead sister’s husband for herself, two things happened:

  • Question 43

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Freud’s revised theory of neurosis recognized .

  • Question 44

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The interviewing psychiatrist finds that Minerva shows a tendency to&nbsp dramatize, she is naïve and gullible, and she seems indifferent to her&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp crippling physical symptoms.&nbsp She diagnoses Minerva as a clear&nbsp&nbsp example of .

  • Question 45

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Which of the following illustrates transference?

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Individual squabbles, wars, and great human achievements .

  • Question 47

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In Object Relations, objects are .

  • Question 48

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At 20, Abigail is extremely gullible and will accept as perfectly true almost anything she is told.&nbsp Abigail’s analyst entertains the hypothesis that Abigail is likely fixated at the stage.

  • Question 49

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Free association was hardly ‘free’ because .

  • Question 50

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The content of the unconscious .

  • Question 51

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Only one of the following statements is true.&nbsp Which one?

  • Question 52

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The very first of the personality theory paradigms was .

  • Question 53

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In the 19th century, positivism in biological science .

  • Question 54

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Freud’s theory of psychosexual development is a stage theory because&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp .

  • Question 55

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Internalized control of behaviour and a tyrannical moral master are ways to describe .

  • Question 56

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Freud’s new theory of neurosis implied that .

  • Question 57

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Theories should be able to pass a major test.&nbsp This test is .

  • Question 58

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Four archetypes have become so significant for personality that they are themselves personality structures representing timeless experiences and human attributes. They are .

  • Question 59

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At 7 years of age, Little Marigold still sucks her thumb.&nbsp A child psychoanalyst would likely propose that she is .

  • Question 60

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Gabriella has now come late to the last six therapy sessions.&nbsp Her psychoanalyst will probably interpret her lateness as .

  • Question 61

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The phenomenon of resistance became one of the outstanding signs of .

  • Question 62

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The horrific and life-long memories of experiences in Nazi concentration camps by Holocaust survivors are offered by critics of Freud’s concept of as evidence that it is invalid.

  • Question 63

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The ‘free’ in free association means that .

  • Question 64

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Little Arbuthnot doesn’t like to sleep in his own bed and often goes to his parents’ room to get in bed and snuggle with Mummy.&nbsp Last week, he had a temper tantrum when Mummy refused to let him take a shower with her.&nbsp He has also been showing some signs of fear of his father.&nbsp A good psychoanalytic guess would be that Arbuthnot is well into the stage.

  • Question 65

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If we have two activities in which we’re interested—a weak one (writing an essay for a personality theory course) and a strong one (going to the pub for a beer), .

  • Question 66

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The id .

  • Question 67

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Freud’s first theory of neurosis laid the cause of neurosis in .

  • Question 68

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To show her thanks to Gilligan for putting her hut back together after the fierce storm, Mary Ann bakes him two of his favourite chocolate cream pies.&nbsp As she is handing Gilligan the pies, his eyes roam over the very short shorts she’s wearing.&nbsp ‘Wow, Mary Ann,’ he says, ‘nice thighs—I mean nice pies.’&nbsp Gilligan is revealing .

  • Question 69

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In Analytic Psychology, there are both an ego and a self.&nbsp The ego is the self is .

  • Question 70

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To Jung, attitudes .

  • Question 71

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Psychologically, according to the principle of equivalence, libido withdrawn from the conscious activities of the ego .

  • Question 72

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Not long after Freud had begun his clinical practice, he discovered that hypnosis was not applicable to every patient.&nbsp We now know that of patients are capable of hypnosis to the degree that would make it clinically useful.

  • Question 73

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Jung saw the functions of the ego and the personal unconscious as determined by four functions.&nbsp They are .

  • Question 74

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When you awaken on Tuesday morning, you have a vivid recollection of a dream in which you and a companion journeyed by train through the western Rockies.&nbsp The dream suddenly ends as the train enters a dark tunnel.&nbsp Your roommates don’t think your dream is anything special, but when you mention it in your personality theory class the instructor is keenly interested and asks specifically about your feelings for the dream companion.&nbsp He is clearly curious about .

  • Question 75

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Paranoid delusion entails the defence of .

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Old Mr. Woffle likes to kick up his heels and shout about his free will to do anything he wishes at any moment. ‘I just thought of it,’ he says.&nbsp ‘It’s got nuthin’ t’ do with how I was raised or what’s in my genes, or what’s happenin’ right now. I just thought of it, and I’m a’goin’ t’do it.’&nbsp As scientists, we disagree with him because his insistence on absolute free will violates the assumption of .

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Personality theories differ from philosophy in .

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Jung’s comes perilously close to Lamarck’s idea of the inheritance of acquired characteristics.

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Among the emphases of object relations theorists is the view that .

  • Question 80

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Freud’s early theory of neurosis – the seduction theory – proposed that childhood sexual trauma leads to anxiety, repression (denial), and ultimately neurotic symptoms.&nbsp This theory was later modified to .

  • Question 81

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List and describe 3 different defense mechanisms (according to Freud) and give an example of each.

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  • Question 82

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Explain Freud`s Seduction theory. What was his evidence for the theory? What was the evidence against it?

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  • Question 83

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Explain the assumption of &quotfalsifiability&quot as it pertains to personality theory. Is psychoanalysis falsifiable? Explain why or why not.

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  • Question 84

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Explain Jung`s archetypes of the Animus and Anima. Do you think these concepts are relevant in today`s society? Why or why not?

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