Psychology of Personality Exam 2
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Your body, cloths, and possessions are part of your_________ self.
Johanna acts acts in a very formal manner when at the ladies' luncheon because she observes the other women behaving in a similar way. Johanna is engaging in______________.
Anthony yelled at his dog when he came home from work and realizes he did that because he was feeling stressed from his day.
Anthony is an authentic individual. Which statement is probably true?
The Impostor Phenomenon
Even though Sarah has finished her degree and training to be a radiographer, she feels like a fraud when she goes into the emergency room at the hospital where she works. Sarah is experiencing____________.
Their grades do not improve, but their self-esteem increases.
What happens when you boost the self esteem of students who are performing poorly?
"I failed my test because the teacher didn't give us enough time to study"
Karen has self-serving bias. What might she say about her test performance?
Self-Compassion consists of self-kindness, common humanity and _______________.
Chris likes to tell his teenage sons that "making mistakes makes the man" what aspect of self compassion is he articulating?
What is the term for the belief that you can be effective and successful at working toward a goal?
George gas a very high view of himself. He is bold and assertive and most people think of him as conceited. What type of narcissism does George have?
Jennifer experienced ego depletion
Jennifer resisted eating donuts from the work break room for breakfast and passed by the chips and dip at the luncheon for her retiring colleague. She did well sticking to her diet, Later, at home, her kids ask for dessert and she starts eating cookies, unable to resist the urge anymore. What happened?
_________________ are psychological processes that keep us from consciously experiencing things that could cause us suffering
More likely to protect self-esteem than to defend against unconscious drives
Baumeister and colleagues concluded that defense mechanisms were______________.
Extraversion versus introversion
Getting energy from social situations versus being alone is known in Jungian theory as_____________.
Moving______________ is an example of trying to find peace by avoiding other and escaping conflict.
Breathing, food, water, shelter, clothing, and sleep
Basic physiological needs include_____________.
Safety and Security
Joan is reasonably healthy. she has a job that allows her to pay her rent and lives in a place without much violence or war. Her need of ______________ is being met.
Which motives are unconscious and are usually measured with projective tests
Joey values his relationships with others. he wants to be around people, especially when he will be accepted and happy. This is an example of the __________ motive.
Mac likes a challenge. He enjoys working on complex projects and usually wants to do things on his own. This is an example of the _____________ motive.
_____________ means feeling connected to others, both personally and in your community.
Personal growth, affiliation, and community feeling
_____________ are example of intrinsic goals.
People who focus on money, fame, and image are ____________ likely to suffer from anxiety and depression and _____________ likely to be happy.
Billy receives all A's on his report card. His parents buy him the video ha,e that he has been asking for. This is an example of a _______________.
A gradual training that rewards behavior progressively closer to the desired one is known as ______________.
Kara is so thankful that her husband cooked dinner and did the laundry that she tells hum that he does not have to go with her to her parents house. He does not like going there, so he is really happy about this. This is an example of a _____________.
The partial reinforcement schedule that involves giving out a reward after certain amount of time has passed is known as ___________ reinforcement.
Observation learning that occurs when someone watches other get rewarded or punished for behavior is known as ____________.
Hailey's second-grade teacher rewards the kids in the class by giving them green cards every time they are caught "doing something good" Hailey needs just three more cards before she can go to the treasure box to choose a prize. Hailey's teacher is using what kind of system in her class?
The therapy in which depressed people are encouraged to do specific things that will lead to rewards based on values that are important to them is known as ______________.
Patty has failed her personality psychology test, again! when her mom asks her why, Patty says that the teacher(Dr. Adams) is out to get them and writes questions for the test that are unfair. Based on what you know about locus of control, Patty is demonstrating an ________________ locus of control
The baby in Watson and Rayner's experiment showed fear when a white rabbit, white dog, and white fur coat were presented to him. This is an example of _____________.
Jess has been engaged for two weeks. when she first started wearing her diamond ring , her hand almost felt heavy with the new jewelry. Today, she barely feels the ring on her finger. Hess is experiencing_________________.
A treatment for phobias that attempts to reduce fear in many small steps by associating the feared thing with calmness is called_______________.
PJ is a professional video gamer. When he plays his multi-player- first person shooter game, he is totally focused. Pj is probably in a state of___________.
____________ is the unconscious meaning of a dream
Susan is the only person in her workgroup who has who hasn't graduated from college; yet she anticipates that within the next couple of months she will receive a promotion. She feels as though her hard work on a recent project will pay off. Susan anticipates a reward for success. A person with what type of orientation focuses on rewards?
_____________ is the branch of psychology focused on the "whole person" including free will, creativity, and human potential.
Which humanistic psychologist believed that people can get closer to self-actualization when they experience unconditional positive regard, or acceptance of love of their whole selves without conditions attached
The self-determination theory(SDT) argues that three needs can explain much of human behavior. these need include autonomy, competence, and ______________.
Johnny refuses to eat his vegetables. His parents send him to bed without any dinner. What type of behavior modification is being used in this scenario?
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