PSY 420 Module 3 Quiz Rogers, Allport, and Cattell

PSY 420 Module 3 Quiz Rogers, Allport, and Cattell


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PSY 420 Module 3 Quiz Rogers, Allport, and Cattell

Question 1

Which theorist emphasized that personal growth is promoted by interactions with others who are genuine, accepting, and empathic?

Select one:

a. Alfred Adler

b. Rollo May

c. Carl Rogers

d. Albert Bandura

Question 2

Carl Rogers emphasized the importance of:

Select one:

a. the collective unconscious.

b. reciprocal determinism.

c. unconditional positive regard.

d. personality inventories.

Question 3

Rogers suggested all living beings (including humans) are born with:

Select one:

a. an inferiority complex.

b. a feeling that they are perfect.

c. an actualizing tendency.

d. a psychotic mind.

Question 4

According to Rogers, the fully functioning person:

Select one:

a. represses negative feelings.

b. is open to all experiences and feelings.

c. replies on stereotypes to judge people.

d. develops defenses against threats to the self.

Question 5

Rogers believed that the self is:

Select one:

a. our image of what we should be.

b. a consistent pattern.

c. an organized whole.

d. all of the above.

Question 6

Gordon Allport viewed personality as:

Select one:

a. randomly changing and growing.

b. controlled entirely by instincts.

c. an interaction of mind and body.

d. a purely mental process.

Question 7

Allport's view of personality emphasized:

Select one:

a. the conscious mind.

b. both heredity and environment.

c. the present and future.

d. All of the above.

Question 8

Allport chose the term proprium for the:

Select one:

a. unconscious forces that motivate behavior.

b. ego or self.

c. master trait that guides life.

d. superego or conscience.

Question 9

Allport emphasized the importance of:

Select one:

a. the present and future.

b. feminine psychology.

c. social interest.

d. past childhood experiences (like Freud).

Question 10

Allport believed that the emotionally healthy adult is:

Select one:

a. completely independent of childhood motives.

b. guided primarily by unconscious, aggressive forces.

c. locked into personality traits shaped by experiences during ages 3 through 5.

d. completely controlled by sexual impulses.

Question 11

Raymond Cattell's goal in studying personality is to:

Select one:

a. predict behavior.

b. cure emotionally disturbed persons.

c. change behavior.

d. explore the unconscious.

Question 12

Cattell's approach to personality is based on:

Select one:

a. Neo-Freudian psychoanalysis.

b. cognitive-behavioral therapy.

c. the human tendency to avoid inferiority.

d. observations of behavior and data.

Question 13

In Cattell's system, the mental elements of personality are called:

Select one:

a. traits.

b. attitudes.

c. the subconscious mind.

d. disturbances.

Question 14

For researcher Cattell, traits are:

Select one:

a. relatively permanent reaction tendencies.

b. basic units of personality.

c. derived by factor analysis.

d. all of the above.

Question 15

Cattell's 16 PF Test measures:

Select one:

a. 37 factors.

b. several factors, depending on the person.

c. no significant factors of any kind.

d. 16 factors.

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