Psychology Applied to Modern Life, Adjustment in the 21st Century 11th Edition by Wayne Weiten – Test Bank

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Psychology Applied to Modern Life, Adjustment in the 21st Century 11th Edition by Wayne Weiten – Test Bank

Chapter_02__Theories_of_Personality

1. Which of the following ideas lies at the core of the concept of personality?
a. Being true to oneself
b. Traits shared with others
c. Consistency across situations
d. Being able to adjust to different situations
ANSWER: c
DIFFICULTY: Easy
REFERENCES: The Nature of Personality
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.02.01 – Clarify the meaning of personality and personality traits.
KEYWORDS: Factual
2. Which of the following ideas is NOT central to the concept of personality?
a. Consistency across situations
b. Traits that are shared with others
c. Distinctiveness of an individual
d. A unique collection of traits possessed by an individual
ANSWER: b
DIFFICULTY: Easy
REFERENCES: The Nature of Personality
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.02.01 – Clarify the meaning of personality and personality traits.
KEYWORDS: Factual
3. _____ refers to an individual’s unique constellation of consistent behavioral traits.
a. Cognition b. Personality
c. Consistency d. Distinctiveness
ANSWER: b
DIFFICULTY: Moderate
REFERENCES: The Nature of Personality
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.02.01 – Clarify the meaning of personality and personality traits.
KEYWORDS: Conceptual
4. “Shrewd,” “timid,” and “selfassured”
are all adjectives that can be used to represent
a. personality theories. b. personality traits.
c. personality tests. d. social situations.
ANSWER: b
DIFFICULTY: Easy
REFERENCES: The Nature of Personality
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.02.01 – Clarify the meaning of personality and personality traits.
KEYWORDS: Conceptual
NOTES: New

 

Chapter_16__Positive_Psychology

1. _____ is a social and intellectual movement within the discipline of psychology that focuses on human strengths
and how people can flourish and be successful.
a. Behaviorism b. Cognitive psychology
c. Psychoanalysis d. Positive psychology
ANSWER: d
DIFFICULTY: Easy
REFERENCES: The Scope of Positive Psychology
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.16.01 – Define positive psychology, and explain why it is a
counterweight to the historic and dominant negative focus in the discipline.
KEYWORDS: Factual
2. Positive psychology requires a shift in perspective toward
a. blind optimism.
b. the equivalent of putting on rose-colored glasses.
c. helping people harness their strengths, virtues, and other good qualities to enhance their lives.
d. denying that psychological suffering exists.
ANSWER: c
DIFFICULTY: Easy
REFERENCES: The Scope of Positive Psychology
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.16.01 – Define positive psychology, and explain why it is a
counterweight to the historic and dominant negative focus in the discipline.
KEYWORDS: Factual
3. Lianne argued that much of psychology focuses on negative aspects. She is looking for an approach that accepts
the reality of negative states, but includes experiences such as awe. Lianne should investigate _____ psychology.
a. cognitive b. happiology
c. positive d. Seligism
ANSWER: c
DIFFICULTY: Easy
REFERENCES: The Scope of Positive Psychology
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.16.01 – Define positive psychology, and explain why it is a
counterweight to the historic and dominant negative focus in the discipline.
KEYWORDS: Factual
NOTES: New

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