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Psychology Quiz

1. According to Erik Erikson, generativity-versus-stagnation is the typical challenge of A. old age. B. adolescence. C. middle adulthood. D. early adulthood. 2. The original purpose in constructing the MMPI-2 was A. screening job applicants. B. identifying psychological disorders. C. screening college applicants. D. identifying a client’s optimal choices among occupations. 3. During middle adulthood, the most clearly marked biological change is related to A. memory loss. B. weight loss. C. reproductive capabilities. D. the so-called midlife transition. 4. In Piaget’s model of cognitive development, a child’s tendency to view the world entirely from his or her own perspective is referred to as A. the sensorimotor stage. B. egocentric thought. C. the concrete operational stage. D. metacognition. 5. Having been attacked and bitten by a German shepherd, Sam reacts with fear on spotting any large dog. According to recent developments in brain research the linking role of the _________ is paramount in the recall of this sort of fear-evoking stimulus. A. amygdala B. hippocampus C. visual cortex D. left temporal lobe 6. Which of the following statements regarding human sexuality is most accurate? A. Regarding premarital sex, the double standard applies to both men and women. B. Masturbation is an infrequent but not uncommon cause of sexual dysfunctions. C. In females, estrogen production is a direct result of ovulation. D. Only a minority of people engage in sex fantasies during actual intercourse. 7. According to Bandura, the extent to which we feel we’re able to meet a challenge or pursue a task to a favorable outcome is our level of A. extraversion. B. openness to experience. C. self-esteem. D. self-efficacy. 8. I show you a picture of an adult figure hovering over a sleeping child. I ask you to tell me a story about what you think is happening. Which kind of projective test am I using? A. Thematic Apperception Test B. Rorschach test C. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 D. Behavioral assessment test 9. If you agree with B.F. Skinner as to the nature of personality, you would also agree that A. traits like sociability arise from unconscious wishes to be liked by others. B. humans are infinitely changeable because they can learn new behavior patterns. C. personality is shaped by people’s thoughts, feelings, expectations, and values. D. human personality is largely shaped through observational learning. 10. In the context of intellectual disability, the great majority of people so challenged are classified as being _______ retarded. A. variably B. moderately C. mildly D. severely 11. Carol is most likely to reject the _______ theory of aging because she believes that adults need to reflect and decrease their emotional investments in others as death is inevitable. A. wear-and-tear B. disengagement C. activity D. genetic preprogramming 12. People with a _______ can eat just about anything they want and not gain weight. A. low metabolic rate B. fixed proportion of fat cells C. high metabolic rate D. fixed weight set point 13. In late adulthood, changes in memory may not be inevitable; however, any decline in memory tends to involve _______ memory. A. intrinsic B. semantic C. implicit D. episodic 14. If you support the idea that physiological arousal and the experience of an associated emotion will occur simultaneously, you’ll agree with the A. biological emotion-activation theory. B. James-Lange theory of emotion. C. Schachter-Singer theory of emotion. D. Cannon-Bard theory of emotion. 15. In the research conducted by Hans Eysenck, factor analysis was used to identify ________ basic personality dimensions. Of these, the tendency to distort reality was labeled: A. three; extraversion B. five; neuroticism. C. five; conscientiousness D. three; psychoticism 16. According to Maslow¡¯s hierarchy of needs, eating a hamburger would satisfy what need? A. Physiological B. Self-Actualization C. Esteem D. Safety 17. In the Binet IQ test, an IQ score is equal to MA divided by CA times 100. In this formula, “MA” is to mental age as “CA” is to A. chronological age. B. cognitive age. C. calculated ability. D. common age. 18. In Maslow’s needs hierarchy, people whose need for _______ has been fulfilled are poised to ascend to the level of self-actualization. A. safety B. love and belongingness C. achievement D. esteem 19. Which theory of emotion claims that physical changes in the body lead to the feeling of emotions? A. The Schachter-Singer Theory B. The James-Lange Theory C. The Cannon-Bard Theory D. The Kohlberg-Strauss Theory 20. According to Rogers, we can overcome the discrepancy between our self-concept and our experience through A. balancing conditional positive and conditional negative self-regard. B. unconditional cognitive regard. C. unconditional positive regard. D. conditional positive regard.

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