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Question 1.
Which of the following is MOST likely to be true about Jaylene Smith?


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Question 2.
According to Freud, which element of personality expresses the unconscious urges?


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Question 3.
Freud calls the energy generated by the sexual instinct the


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Question 4.
If someone is stingy, stubborn, and excessively neat, Freud would probably have viewed them as fixated in which stage?


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Question 5.
Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as their public self. What is this mask called?


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Question 6.
Ruth is 80 years old. According to Erikson, what will it be her main task to develop?


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Question 7.
According to Carl Rogers, when people are brought up with unconditional positive regard, what happens?


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Question 8.
When does it appear that people tend to learn to perceive events in their lives optimistically or pessimistically?


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Question 9.
The most widely used objective personality test is the


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Question 10.
Why do some psychodynamic theorists believe that objective tests are of little use?


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