← psy ch 11 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
- SELF-REPORT TEST
- MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY (MMPI)
- BIG FIVE FACTORS OF PERSONALITY
- a The Freudian structure of personality harshly judges the morality of our behavior.
- b core traits of personality; openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism (emotional stability), supertraits
- c The most widely used and researched empirically keyed self-report personality test.
- d Also called an objective test or inventory, a type of test that directly asks people whether specific items (usually true/false or agree/disagree) describe their personality traits.
- e Carl Jung's concept of a shared, inherited reservoir of memory traces from our species' history
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A central theme in Rogers's and other humanists' views; self-concept refers to individuals' overall perceptions and assessments of their abilities, behavior, and personalities.
- Approaches to personality emphasizing that the way to understand the person is to focus on his or her life history and life story—aspects that distinguish that individual from all others.
- A cluster of characteristics—such as being excessively competitive, hard-driven, impatient, and hostile—related to the incidence of heart disease.
- The Freudian structure of personality that deals with the demands of reality.
- Rogers's term for accepting, valuing, and being positive toward another person regardless of the person's behavior.
5 True/False Questions
HUMANISTIC PERSPECTIVES → Views of personality as primarily unconscious (that is, beyond awareness) and as developing in stages. Most psychoanalytic perspectives emphasize that early experiences with parents play a role in sculpting personality.
DEFENSE MECHANISMS → A pattern of enduring, distinctive thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that characterize the way an individual adapts to the world.
THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST (TAT) → Views of personality that stress the person's capacity for personal growth, freedom to choose a destiny, and positive qualities.
ARCHETYPES → An enduring personality characteristic that tends to lead to certain behaviors.
PSYCHODYNAMIC PERSPECTIVES → Views of personality as primarily unconscious (that is, beyond awareness) and as developing in stages. Most psychoanalytic perspectives emphasize that early experiences with parents play a role in sculpting personality.