PSY 420 Module 3 Quiz Rogers, Allport, and Cattell
Which theorist emphasized that personal growth is promoted by interactions with others who are genuine, accepting, and empathic?
a. Alfred Adler
b. Rollo May
c. Carl Rogers
d. Albert Bandura
Carl Rogers emphasized the importance of:
a. the collective unconscious.
b. reciprocal determinism.
c. unconditional positive regard.
d. personality inventories.
Rogers suggested all living beings (including humans) are born with:
a. an inferiority complex.
b. a feeling that they are perfect.
c. an actualizing tendency.
d. a psychotic mind.
According to Rogers, the fully functioning person:
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.
Rogers believed that the self is:
a. our image of what we should be.
b. a consistent pattern.
c. an organized whole.
d. all of the above.
Gordon Allport viewed personality as:
a. randomly changing and growing.
b. controlled entirely by instincts.
c. an interaction of mind and body.
d. a purely mental process.
Allport's view of personality emphasized:
a. the conscious mind.
b. both heredity and environment.
c. the present and future.
d. All of the above.
Allport chose the term proprium for the:
a. unconscious forces that motivate behavior.
b. ego or self.
c. master trait that guides life.
d. superego or conscience.
Allport emphasized the importance of:
a. the present and future.
b. feminine psychology.
c. social interest.
d. past childhood experiences (like Freud).
Allport believed that the emotionally healthy adult is:
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.
Raymond Cattell's goal in studying personality is to:
a. predict behavior.
b. cure emotionally disturbed persons.
c. change behavior.
d. explore the unconscious.
Cattell's approach to personality is based on:
a. Neo-Freudian psychoanalysis.
b. cognitive-behavioral therapy.
c. the human tendency to avoid inferiority.
d. observations of behavior and data.
In Cattell's system, the mental elements of personality are called:
c. the subconscious mind.
For researcher Cattell, traits are:
a. relatively permanent reaction tendencies.
b. basic units of personality.
c. derived by factor analysis.
d. all of the above.
Cattell's 16 PF Test measures:
a. 37 factors.
b. several factors, depending on the person.
c. no significant factors of any kind.
d. 16 factors.
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