← Chapter 13 B&B Test
6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- a statment that implies that the partner has some global deficit that is an enduring feature of personality: "You always... ; You never..."
- A statement that serves to defend against the criticism and that implies denying any responsibility for the problem: "who me?... I do not!"
- Late adulthood: ego strenght: wisdom
ego integrity: being able to pull together who you truly are and accepting that you are going through changes
- A statement or nonverbal behavior that serves to put down the partner while elevating the speaker to a higher level (such as insulting, using hostile humor, or mocking the partner)
- Tense, touchy, moody, anxious, self-conscious
- Organized, well-planned, efficient, self-controlled, reliable
5 True/False Questions
Intimacy vs. Isolation → Middle adulthood: ego strength: care
Extraversion → Outgoing, active, talkative, assertive, energetic
Adaptive Process → Growth: adding new characteristics, understandings & skills
Maintenance or Resilience: finding ways to continue functioning at the same level in the face of challenges or restoring our fuctioning after suffering some loss
Regulation of Loss: Reorganizing the way we behave by adjusting our expectations and accepting a lower level of functioning
Generativity vs. Stagnation → young adulthood: ego strength: love
Agreeableness → A statement that serves to defend against the criticism and that implies denying any responsibility for the problem: "who me?... I do not!"