Project #34542 - Psychology of Personality

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The dispositional domain focuses on traits that:
A. are enduring over time.
B. change over time.
C. change when situations change.
D. are similar in all people.
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If a trait-descriptive word is found in only one or two languages, the word:
A. will probably be imported by other languages.
B. will probably be important to a universal personality taxonomy.
C. will probably not be included in a universal personality taxonomy.
D. is probably known only to personality psychologists.
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Fu is an excessive worrier who always seems tense and has trouble sleeping. His friends report that Fu has very low self-esteem and is moody much of the time. Fu is demonstrating behaviors related to Eysenck’s dimension of:
A. introversion.
B. quarrelsomeness.
C. psychoticism.
D. neuroticism.
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Cattell believed that the true factors of personality were:
A. based primarily in human biology.
B. found across different sources of data.
C. arranged in a circumplex.
D. found only in the natural language.
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Wiggins’ circumplex model of personality is limited to traits that:
A. have a biological basis in the nervous system.
B. pertain to what people do to and with each other.
C. show how people interact with the environment.
D. were found in the LSD experiences of subjects.
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Trait psychologists are most interested in:
A. how people are different from each other.
B. how human nature works.
C. understanding the uniqueness of each individual.
D. general laws of human behavior.
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Most personality and social psychologists agree that actual behavior is based on:
A. constant interaction between the individual’s personality and the situation.
B. the consistent behavior across a multitude of situations.
C. extremely strong situations that constantly change behavior.
D. the need to disagree.
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The main difference between evocation and manipulation is that:
A. evocation is the result of personality, but manipulation is not.
B. manipulation is the result of personality, but evocation is not.
C. evocation is not intentional, but manipulation is.
D. manipulation is not intentional, but evocation is.
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The key issue in measuring traits is determining:
A. what causes traits.
B. how much of a trait a person has.
C. how many traits exist.
D. how traits change over time.
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A person who tends to agree with all items on a questionnaire is probably displaying the response set of:
A. extreme responding.
B. acquiescence.
C. social desirability.
D. faking.
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The history of integrity testing has included all of the following EXCEPT:
A. questionnaires.
B. polygraphs.
C. rice powder.
D. interrogation.
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Individuals scoring high on the self-deceptive enhancement scale of Paulhus’ Balanced Inventory of Desirable Responding present:
A. an overconfidence and positive illusions about themselves.
B. an intentionally distorted view of themselves.
C. a capacity to “fake good” about themselves.
D. a tendency to always make positive responses.
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Federal guidelines require that personality tests used in selecting employees:
A. will be lower than the correlation using the full range of scores.
B. must predict job performance.
C. must not measure psychiatric symptoms.
D. must be free from Barnum effects.
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When people maintain their position in a group over time, they display:
A. mean level stability.
B. rank order stability.
C. personality coherence.
D. possible selves.
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Which level of analysis would consider the question, “Can we predict healthy aging from personality traits?”
A. Population
B. Group differences
C. Individual differences
D. Cultural differences
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Correlations between the same measure taken at different points in time are called:
A. validity coefficients.
B. stability coefficients.
C. mean level stability.
D. rank order stability.
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The traits of extraversion, neuroticism, and openness tend to:
A. increase substantially in a person’s thirties.
B. decline gradually with age until a person is about fifty years old.
C. fluctuate greatly in mean level stability during adolescence.
D. decrease markedly after a person reaches his or her sixties.
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If you measure self-esteem every day for two weeks, you are probably most interested in:
A. self-esteem variability.
B. self-esteem level.
C. possible selves.
D. feared selves.
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The trait of competence tends to __________ women.
A. decrease with age among
B. increase with age among
C. remain unchanged with age among
D. increase among married, but decrease among unmarried
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Which of the following personality traits is one of the strongest predictors of divorce in the Kelly and Conley longitudinal study of married couples?
A. High extraversion
B. Low agreeableness
C. High neuroticism
D. Low conscientiousness
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