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PSY405 (PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY)


QUIZZES MEGA FILE
PREPARED BY
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MISBAH SHAUKAT

MID TERM QUIZ


Psy405 Quize No.01
Karen Horney wrote a book entitled:
The Psychopathology of Everyday Life
The Psychological Types
Interpretation of Dreams
The Neurotic Personality of our Time
According to __________________, when you dream of an event and the event
takes place, this is called synchronicity.
Abraham Maslow
Albert Bandura
Cattell Carl Jung
Evaluate which is the second law of thermo-dynamics, states that there is tendency
towards equalization of energy within a system.
Principle of Equivalence
Principles of Opposites
Principle of Entropy
Principle of proximity
Maslow belongs to which of the following approach?
Psychodynamic
Dispositional

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Behavioral
Humanistic
Who are usually labeled as self-centered or book worms and preferring indoor
activities?

Extroverts
Social animal
Introverts
Cynicism
Which specialists are most likely to prescribe a drug for the treatment of a
psychological disorder?
Developmental psychologists
Personality psychologists
Clinical psychologists
Psychiatrists
Which of the following concept was given by Adler, stands for guiding self
ideal?
Social interest
Fictional finalism
Superiority complex
Archetypes
According to Horney, when child is abused or rejected by his/her parents,
which one of the followings develops?
Psychotic behavior
Neurotic behavior
Depression
Autism
According to Freud, which principle governs the ego?
Pleasure
Reality
Primary
Oedipal

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Which part of the mind is below the conscious mind that contains information
that we have learned but are not thinking about right now?
Conscious
Preconscious
Unconscious
Archetype
PSY405 Quize.01
Tiny branches connected to the cell body are called what?
Dendrites
Synapse
Terminal buttons
Neural branches
Two solid neurons are connected with each other by a “fluid bridge” known
as which of the following?
Axon
ganglia
synapse
Neurotransmitters*
Which of following help us to understand that where an object ends and other
starts. Delay detectors
Media detectors
Edge detectors
Threshold detector
The heart of the Cognitive Psychology lies in its __________.
Experimentation
Books
New terminologies
Unique concepts
Who devised the term “iconic memory” for short term visual memory?
Barnet
Sperling
Neisser

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Triesman

Attention is a perfect example of a cognitive psychology area.

According to Alfred Adler, if someone thinks that he/she can write a


good book and will be famous, it refers to which of the followings?
Social interest
Mistaken styles of life
Fictional finalism
Creative self
During which stage of development, the Oedipal
and Electra complex takes place?
The Latency Period
The Anal Stage
The Oral Stage
The Phallic Stage
Identify which of the following research has forced a reevaluation of the
generalizability of psychology finding from one culture or/and
subculture to another.
Naturalistic research
Experimental research
Case study
Cross cultural research

Any form of research that examines unconscious mental processes or


self-defensive thought, refers to which of the followings?
 Humanistic
 Cognitive
 Behavioral
 Psychoanalytic

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In psychological assessment, which activity provides an opportunity to
ask people for their own description of their problems or personality?
 Rating scales
 Interview
 Behavioral coding system
 Observational method
According to Freud, which principle governs the ego?
 Pleasure
 Reality
 Primary
 Oedipal
Which of the following type of person focus over here is to dominate
and rule people and to suppress them?
 The ruling dominant type
 The getting leaning type
 The avoiding type
 Social useful type

According to Alfred Adler, if a person concentrates on fulfilling his
personal needs and ignores the needs of others, and the society then he
suffers from _________________.
 Organ inferiority
 Cynicism
 Externalization
 Superiority complex
Which of the following is the psychological theme of the oral stage?
 Betrayal
 Dependency
 Obedience
 Self-control
Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as
their public self. What is this mask called?
 Anima
 Ego

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 Shadow
 Persona
According to Adler, which one of the followings is an innate need of all
human to live in harmony, peace and friendship with others and to make
a perfect society?
 Causality
 Mistaken life style
 Social interest
 Elusiveness
According to Carl Jung, when you dream of an event and the event takes
place, this is called meaningful coincidence, named as
________________.
 Synchronicity
 Mistaken life style
 Arbitrary rightness
 Causality
According to Freud, when child feels that his/her ego wouldn’t able to
control the sexual impulses or aggressive desires, which kind of anxiety
child faces?
 Realistic
 Neurotic
 Moral
 Social
Someone who believes that genes, physiology, and brain anatomy are
greatly related to one's personality, believes in which psychological
perspective?
 Biological
 Humanitarian
 Psychoanalytical
 Behavioral
Identify which of the following research has forced a reevaluation of the
generalizability of psychology finding from one culture or/and
subculture to another.
 Naturalistic research

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 Experimental research
 Case study
 Cross cultural research
Identify which of the following statement truly describes the concept of
Counter transference?
 Is the therapist's emotional reaction to the patient
 Can give useful information about the emotional state of the patient
 Should be explained to the patient
 Is a reason why therapist should have his own analysis
Who are usually labeled as self-centered or book worms and preferring
indoor activities?
Extroverts
 Social animal
 Introverts
 Cynicism
Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as
their public self. What is this mask called?
Anima
 Ego
 Shadow
 Persona
Which of the following procedure involves systematic observation of an
individual's behavior which tells us how people think, feel and how
these actions might contribute to explain their problems?
 Interview
 Mental State Examination
 Rating ScalePersonality Inventorie
 Personality Inventorie
According to Adler, which of the following type of person keeps away
failure by never attempting anything at all?
 The ruling dominant type
 The getting leaning type
 The avoiding type
 Social useful type

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PSY405 - Personality Psychology


Quize No. 02
Q.01 Who focused on the ways in which internal cognitive and motivational
processes influence and cause behavior
 Gordon Allport
 Sigmund Freud
 Carl Rogers
 J. B. Watson
Q.02 Kelly’s theory is phenomenological it focuses on which of the following
frame of references of the individual?
 External
 internal
 Environmental
 social
Q.03 Which of the followings was Gordon Allport’s first book?
 Cognitions: A Psychological Explanation
 Personality: A Psychological Interpretation
 Memory: The Physiological Influences
 Prejudice: Some Social Reasons
Q.04 Which of the followings is not a trait of trait?
 A trait is dynamic or at least determinative in behavior
 A trait is rigid and possessive
 A trait has more than nominal existence
 A trait is more generalized than a habit
Q.05 A trait is more generalized than a habit
 Social learning theory
 A trait theory of personality
 Sullivan’s interpersonal theory
 Phenomenological theory
Q.06 Kelly’s theory is phenomenological it focuses on which of the following
frame of references of the individual?
 External
 Internal

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 Environmental
 Social
Q.07 Who focused on the ways in which internal cognitive and motivational
processes influence and cause behavior?
 Gordon Allport
 Sigmund Freud
 Carl Rogers
 J. B. Watson
Q.08 Which of the following states that constructs are formed on the basis of
common themes in our experiences?
 The organization corollary
 The construction corollary
 The dichotomy corollary
 The choice corollary

Q.09 Which theory uses the Q-Sort method to measure personality?


 Social cognitive
 Humanistic
 Psychodynamic
 Biological
Q.10 Which of the following conditions is not necessary in Rogers' view for
therapy?

childhood expercience
Q.11 Kelly developed which of the following test to identify the important
constructs a person uses to construe significant people in his or her life?
 Edward Personnel Preference Scale
 Thematic Apperception Test
 Study of Values
 Role Construct Repertory Test
Q.12 In client centered therapy, therapist actively tried to understand the client’s
phenomenological field or the internal frame of reference of the client. It was
labeled as what?
 experimaental

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Q.13 For Kelley a person’s processes i.e. behavior and thinking are channelized
by ways that he anticipates________________.
 Imagination
 Expectations
 Reality
 Experiences

MIX QUIZES

The tendency to avoid a negative stimulus becomes stronger; the nearer


the individual is to the stimulus. This is referred to as what?
 The gradient of avoidance
 The gradient of punishment
 The gradient of resistance
 The gradient of aggression
The tendency to approach a goal becomes stronger when the individual is
nearer to the goal. This is referred to as what?
 The gradient of approach
 The gradient of success
 The gradient of need
 The gradient of motivation
According to Albert Ellis extreme beliefs that taken us to an extreme level
known as what?
 Irrational belief
 Consequences
 Rationality
 Activating event
Who among the following was of the view that irrational beliefs are basis of
all of our maladjustments?
 Albert Bandura
 Abraham Maslow
 George Kelly
 Albert Ellis
Dispositional domain tries to explore all of the followings EXCEPT:
 How individuals differ in their emotions
 How individuals differ in their self concepts
When individual behaves in desirable manner, gets a reward but failure to
perform results in the form of withdrawal. This behavioral technique is
known as what?
Token economy

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The physiology of brain or peripheral nervous system leads to what; in
personalities of individuals?
 Differences
 Similarities
 Resemblance
 Similitude
 Which of the following focuses on the idea that all behavior is learned?
 Behavioral school of thought
 Psychoanalysis school of thought
 Humanistic school of thought
 Gestalt school of thought
 Which of the following is a behavioral technique to teach an individual to
say no in a polite manner?
 Assertion training
Modeling
 Aversive training
 Flooding
All the theories of _______________ are quite different, or that they belong to
a different perspective but they try to answer questions related to the areas
like stages of development, motivation, learning, perception and disorders
& therapies.
 personality :p
A good theory of personality is one that fulfills all purposes in science
EXCEPT:
 Provides a guideline to researchers
 Creates ambiguities
 Makes predictions
 Organizes the known available findings
Which of the following will happen where we stop the reinforcement and
the behavior will be extinguished?
 Generalization
 Extinction
 Spontaneous recovery
 Shaping
What refers to the fact that personality plays a key role in how we cope,
adapt and adjust to events in our every day live?
 Companionship
 Solitude
 Adjustment
 Friendship
 Who formulated the Law of Effect?
 Pavlov
Kurt Lewin:/
 Kohler
 Thorndike

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The tendency to avoid a negative stimulus becomes stronger; the nearer
the individual is to the stimulus. This is referred to as what?
The gradient of avoidance
 Which of the following increases the likelihood of occurrence of a behavior?
 Reinforcement
 Punishment
 Insight
Extinction
All the theories of _______________ are quite different, or that they belong to
a different perspective but they try to answer questions related to the areas
like stages of development, motivation, learning, perception and disorders
& therapies.
 Personality
 Bio psychology
 Intelligence
 Physiology
 A reinforcer that adds something directly rewarding is:
 Positive reinforcement
 Secondary reinforcer
 Negative reinforcer
 Triary reinforcer
Which of the following domains deals centrally with the ways in which
individuals differ from one another?
 Dispositional
 Biological
 Intra-psychic
 Cognitive
According to Alfred Adler, if someone thinks that he/she can write a good
book and will be famous, it refers to which of the followings?
 Social interest
 Mistaken styles of life
 Fictional finalism
 Creative self
During which stage of development, the Oedipal and Electra complex takes
place?
 The Latency Period
 The Anal Stage
 The Oral Stage
 The Phallic Stage
Identify which of the following research has forced a reevaluation of the
generalizability of psychology finding from one culture or/and subculture to
another.
 Naturalistic research
 Experimental research

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 Case study
 Cross cultural research
Any form of research that examines unconscious mental processes or self-
defensive thought, refers to which of the followings?
 Humanistic
 Cognitive
 Behavioral
 Psychoanalytic
 In psychological assessment, which activity provides an opportunity to ask
people for their own description of their problems or personality?
 Rating scales
 Interview
 Behavioral coding system
 Observational method
According to Freud, which principle governs the ego?
 Pleasure
 Reality
 Primary
 Oedipal
sWhich of the following type of person focus over here is to dominate and
rule people and to suppress them?
 The ruling dominant type
 The getting leaning type
 The avoiding type
 Social useful type

According to Alfred Adler, if a person concentrates on fulfilling his personal
needs and ignores the needs of others, and the society then he suffers from
_________________.
 Organ inferiority
 Cynicism
 Externalization
 Superiority complex
Which of the following is the psychological theme of the oral stage?
 Betrayal
 Dependency
 Obedience
 Self-control
Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as
their public self. What is this mask called?
 Anima
 Ego

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 Shadow
 Persona
According to Adler, which one of the followings is an innate need of all
human to live in harmony, peace and friendship with others and to make a
perfect society?
 Causality
 Mistaken life style
 Social interest
 Elusiveness
According to Carl Jung, when you dream of an event and the event takes
place, this is called meaningful coincidence, named as ________________.
 Synchronicity
 Mistaken life style
 Arbitrary rightness
 Causality
According to Freud, when child feels that his/her ego wouldn’t able to
control the sexual impulses or aggressive desires, which kind of anxiety
child faces?
 Realistic
 Neurotic
 Moral
 Social
 Someone who believes that genes, physiology, and brain anatomy are
greatly related to one's personality, believes in which psychological
perspective?
 Biological
 Humanitarian
 Psychoanalytical
 Behavioral
Identify which of the following research has forced a reevaluation of the
generalizability of psychology finding from one culture or/and subculture to
another.
 Naturalistic research
 Experimental research
 Case study
 Cross cultural research
Identify which of the following statement truly describes the concept of
Counter transference?
 Is the therapist's emotional reaction to the patient
 Can give useful information about the emotional state of the patient
 Should be explained to the patient
 Is a reason why therapist should have his own analysis

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Who are usually labeled as self-centered or book worms and preferring
indoor activities?
Extroverts
 Social animal
 Introverts
 Cynicism
Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as
their public self. What is this mask called?
Anima
 Ego
 Shadow
 Persona
Which of the following procedure involves systematic observation of an
individual's behavior which tells us how people think, feel and how these
actions might contribute to explain their problems?
 Interview
 Mental State Examination
 Rating ScalePersonality Inventorie
 Personality Inventorie
According to Adler, which of the following type of person keeps away failure
by never attempting anything at all?
 The ruling dominant type
 The getting leaning type
 The avoiding type
 Social useful type

Q.01 According to Cattell; in which type of learning, behavior simultaneously


satisfies more than one goal?
 Confluence learning
 Instrumental learning
 Structured learning
 Unstructured learning
Q.02 Which of the following is the accurate equation that Cattle gave for the
understanding of personality?
 R = f (P, S)
 P = F (S, R)
 S = R (F, P)
 F = p(S, R)
Q.03 Identify the person who is primarily concerned with the discovery of
truth, in Study of Value Test.
 The Theoretical
 The Aesthetic

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 The Political
 The Religious
Q.04 Murray identified that the satisfaction of the need, involves reduction of
the what?
 Aggression
 Harmony
 Contentment
 Tension
Q.05 What a person need to be, according to Murray?
 Expressive and sensitive
 Intellectual and theoretical
 Imaginative and creative
 Social and aesthetic
Q.06 Who proposed the Social-Learning Theory?
 Albert Ellis
 William H Sheldon
 Dollard and Miller
 Albert Bandura
Q.07 Who developed a method for Heredity-Environment Analysis purpose,
which he calls Multiple Abstract Variance Analysis, or MAVA?
 William H. Sheldon
 Gordon Allport
 Raymond Cattle
 George Alexander Kelly
Q.08 Bandura suggested that most human behavior is learned by which
process?
 Reinforcement
 Intention
 Observation
 Insight
Q.09 According to the Raymond Cattell, which of the followings are those that
set the person in motion toward a goal; in other words, they determine a
person’s motivational make-up?
 Unique traits
 Dynamic traits
 Source traits
 Constitutional traits
Q.10 For a ___________ to be established the cue-stimulus and response
should occur close together not only in space and in time but the response
should be rewarded.
 Generalization

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 Habit
 Extinction
 Inhibition

Quize No. 03

Q.01 According to Cattell; in which type of learning, behavior simultaneously


satisfies more than one goal?
 Confluence learning

Q.02 Which of the following process is suggested by Bandura that helps


human behavior to learn?
 Intention
 Observation
 Insight
 Reinforcement
Q.03 According to Bandura, which of the following occurs when an individual
compares his or her own behavior to internal standard?
 Self-reinforcement
 Self-protection
 Self-harm
 Self-judgment
Q.04 According to Murray, an essential element in achieving the goals of
socialization is the development of which of the following?
 An adequate id
 An adequate ego
 An adequate superego
 A strong libido
Q.05 Which of the followings, Cattell’s theory is based on?
 Observation
 Factor analysis
 Operant conditioning
 Childhood experiences
Q.06 Who produced a three factor trait theory?
 Hans Eysenck
 Raymond Cattell
 Carl Rogers
 Ivan Pavlov
Q.07 According to Murray, which of the following need operates in the service
of another?
 A covert need

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 A subsidiary need
 A modal need
 A reactive need
Q.08 According to Murray, which of the following activated as a result of some
environmental event?
 Reactive needs
 Modal needs
 Secondary need
 Covert needs
Q.09 Identify the person who places highest value on form and harmony, in
Study of Value test.
 The Economic
 The Social
 The Political
 The Aesthetic
Q.10 Accurate hypotheses produce successful performance, and inaccurate
hypotheses lead to what?
 Ineffective behavior
 Successful behavior
 Negative attitude
 Positive responses
Q.01 According to Bandura, which of the following occurs when an individual
compares his or her own behavior to internal standard?
 Self-reinforcement

Q.02 According to Dollard and Miller's stimulus response theory, learning is


the study of the circumstances under which _________.
 A response and a stimulus become strong
 A response and a stimulus become learned
 A response and a stimulus become connected
 A response and a stimulus become parted

Q.03 Cattell defined two types of traits. What are those?


 Genetic and social
 Constitutional and environmental
 Biological and environmental
 Evolutionary and adaptive
Q.04 In Cattle’s specification equation, which of the following, stands for
temporary body states fatigue, illness and anxiety?
 Pj
 T

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 M
 R
Q.05 Which of the following is the accurate equation that Cattle gave for the
understanding of personality?
 R = f (P, S)
Q.06 According to Murray which of the following method used by
investigator or clinicians is the basics of all personality assessment?
 Imitation
 Observation
 Projection
 Identification
Q.07 According to Murray, which of the following need operates in the
service of another?
 A covert need
 A subsidiary need
 A modal need
 A reactive need

Q.08 Whose theory of personality is based on factor analysis?


 Maslow’s
 Cattell’s
 Kelly’s
Henry Murray’s
Q.09 Identify the person who is primarily concerned with the discovery of
truth, in Study of Value Test.
 The Theoretical
 The Aesthetic
 The Political
 The Religious
Q.10 According to Murray, an essential element in achieving the goals of
socialization is the development of which of the following?
 An adequate id
 An adequate ego
 An adequate superego
 A strong libido

Q.01 Who focused on the ways in which internal cognitive and motivational
processes influence and cause behavior
Gordon Allport
 Sigmund Freud
 Carl Rogers

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 J. B. Watson
Q.02 Kelly’s theory is phenomenological it focuses on which of the following
frame of references of the individual?
 External
 internal
 Environmental
 social
Q.03 Which of the followings was Gordon Allport’s first book?
 Cognitions: A Psychological Explanation
 Personality: A Psychological Interpretation
 Memory: The Physiological Influences
 Prejudice: Some Social Reasons
Q.04 Which of the followings is not a trait of trait?
 A trait is dynamic or at least determinative in behavior
 A trait is rigid and possessive
 A trait has more than nominal existence
 A trait is more generalized than a habit
Q.05 A trait is more generalized than a habit
 Social learning theory
 A trait theory of personality
 Sullivan’s interpersonal theory
 Phenomenological theory
Q.06 Kelly’s theory is phenomenological it focuses on which of the following
frame of references of the individual?
 External
 Internal
 Environmental
 Social
Q.07 Who focused on the ways in which internal cognitive and motivational
processes influence and cause behavior?
 Gordon Allport
 Sigmund Freud
 Carl Rogers
 J. B. Watson
Q.08 Which of the following states that constructs are formed on the basis of
common themes in our experiences?
 The organization corollary
 The construction corollary
 The dichotomy corollary
 The choice corollary

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Q.09 Which theory uses the Q-Sort method to measure personality?
 Social cognitive
 Humanistic
 Psychodynamic
 Biological
Q.10 Which of the following conditions is not necessary in Rogers' view for
therapy?

childhood expercience
Q.11 Kelly developed which of the following test to identify the important
constructs a person uses to construe significant people in his or her life?
 Edward Personnel Preference Scale
 Thematic Apperception Test
 Study of Values
 Role Construct Repertory Test
Q.12 In client centered therapy, therapist actively tried to understand the
client’s phenomenological field or the internal frame of reference of the client. It
was labeled as what?
 experimaental
 ha na ?
Q.13 For Kelley a person’s processes i.e. behavior and thinking are
channelized by ways that he anticipates________________.
 Imagination
 Expectations
 Reality
 Experiences

1. According to Alfred Adler, if someone thinks that he/she can write a good book and will
be famous, it refers to which of the followings?
 Social interest
 Mistaken styles of life
 Fictional finalism
 Creative self
2. During which stage of development, the Oedipal and Electra complex takes place?
 The Latency Period
 The Anal Stage
 The Oral Stage
 The Phallic Stage
3. Identify which of the following research has forced a reevaluation of the generalizability
of psychology finding from one culture or/and subculture to another.

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 Naturalistic research
 Experimental research
 Case study
 Cross cultural research
4. Any form of research that examines unconscious mental processes or self-defensive
thought, refers to which of the followings?
 Humanistic
 Cognitive
 Behavioural
 Psychoanalytic
5. In psychological assessment, which activity provides an opportunity to ask people for
their own description of their problems or personality?
 Rating scales
 Interview
 Behavioural coding system
 Observational method
6. According to Freud, which principle governs the ego?
 Pleasure
 Reality
 Primary
 Oedipal
7. Which of the following type of person focus over here is to dominate and rule people
and to suppress them?
 The ruling dominant type
 The getting leaning type
 The avoiding type
 Social useful type

8. According to Alfred Adler, if a person concentrates on fulfilling his personal needs and
ignores the needs of others, and the society then he suffers from _________________.
 Organ inferiority
 Cynicism
 Externalization
 Superiority complex
9. Which of the following is the psychological theme of the oral stage?
 Betrayal
 Dependency
 Obedience
 Self-control

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10. Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as their public self.
What is this mask called?
 Anima
 Ego
 Shadow
 Persona
11. According to Adler, which one of the followings is an innate need of all human to live in
harmony, peace and friendship with others and to make a perfect society?
 Causality
 Mistaken life style
 Social interest
 Elusiveness
12. According to Carl Jung, when you dream of an event and the event takes place, this is
called meaningful coincidence, named as ________________.
 Synchronicity
 Mistaken life style
 Arbitrary rightness
 Causality
13. According to Freud, when child feels that his/her ego wouldn’t able to control the sexual
impulses or aggressive desires, which kind of anxiety child faces?
 Realistic
 Neurotic
 Moral
 Social
14. Someone who believes that genes, physiology, and brain anatomy are greatly related to
one's personality, believes in which psychological perspective?
 Biological
 Humanitarian
 Psychoanalytical
 Behavioural
15. Identify which of the following research has forced a revaluation of the generalizability
of psychology finding from one culture or/and subculture to another.
 Naturalistic research
 Experimental research
 Case study
 Cross cultural research
16. Identify which of the following statement truly describes the concept of Counter
transference?
 Is the therapist's emotional reaction to the patient
 Can give useful information about the emotional state of the patient

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 Should be explained to the patient
 Is a reason why therapist should have his own analysis
17. Who are usually labeled as self-centered or book worms and preferring
indoor activities?
Extroverts
 Social animal
 Introverts
 Cynicism
18. Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as their public self.
What is this mask called?
Anima
 Ego
 Shadow
 Persona
19. Which of the following procedure involves systematic observation of an individual's
behaviour which tells us how people think, feel and how these actions might contribute to
explain their problems?
 Interview
 Mental State Examination
 Rating Scale Personality inventory
 Personality Inventory
20. According to Adler, which of the following type of person keeps away failure by never
attempting anything at all?
 The ruling dominant type
 The getting leaning type
 The avoiding type
 Social useful type

Quiz
1. The _________________ test consists of a series of cards which depict human figures in various
ambiguous situations.
 House Tree and Person
 Rotter’s Incomplete Sentence Blank
 Thematic Apperception
 Rorschach Ink Blot
2. The _________ is the mental agency containing everything inherited, present at birth, and
fixed in the individual's constitution- especially sexual and aggressive instincts.

 Emotions
 Ego

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 Id
 Super Ego

3. During __________________ stage of development, the Oedipal complex and Electra complex
takes place.
 The Latency Period
 The Anal Stage
 The Oral Stage
 The Phallic Stage
4. _______________ is the second law of thermo-dynamics, which states that there is
tendency towards equalization of energy within a system.
 Equivalence
 Principles of Opposites
 Entropy
 All of the above
5. According to Jung _______________ is the female component of the male psyche, It comes into
existence because of the experiences that women have had with men over centuries.

 The Persona
 Self
 Anima
 Animus
6. When you dream of a person and shortly in the near future, the person appears in front of
you. This is called __________________, we call it meaningful coincidence.

 Causality
 Synchronicity
 Archetypes
 None of above
7. An emotional response to the threat that id impulses will become conscious is called

______________anxiety.

 Realistic
 Neurotic
 Moral
 None of the above
8. When the individuals do not believe in the value of any thing rather they try to make
every individual realize the meaninglessness of their goals and objectives. This kind of
person is called ______________________.
 Elusiveness
 Projection
 Rejection
 Cynicism

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9. According to Erikson, every individual passes through _____________ stages of development


and sequence of these stages is genetically determined.
 Seven
 Eight
 Nine
 Ten

10. Sometimes the ego can control or defend against the expression of a forbidden impulse
by consciously expressing its opposite. This is known as __________________.

 Displacement:
 Projection
 Rationalization
 Reaction Formation

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Final Term Data


My last 2 quizzes

1. According to Murray, which of the following need operates in the service of another?

Select correct option:

A covert need

A subsidiary need

A modal need

A reactive need

2. Kelly developed which of the following test to identify the important constructs a person
uses to construe significant people in his or her life?

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Edward Personnel Preference Scale

Thematic Apperception Test

Study of Values

Role Construct Repertory Test

3. Who developed a method for Heredity-Environment Analysis purpose, which he calls


Multiple Abstract Variance Analysis, or MAVA?

Select correct option:

William H. Sheldon

Gordon Allport

Raymond Cattle

George Alexander Kelly

4. According to Murray which of the following method used by investigator or clinicians is the
basics of all personality assessment?

Select correct option:

Imitation

Observation

Projection

Identification

5. Within humanistic psychology the self-concept may be measured by using which of the
following method?

Select correct option:

Q-sort

Semantic differential

Adjective checklists

Free association

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6. According to Rogers, which role teacher should play while giving knowledge that helps to
create an atmosphere favorable to learning?

Select correct option:

Authoritative

Facilitator

Commanding

Authoritarian

7. Which of the following theories states that a person’s behavior is obtained through
observation of his internal frame of reference?

Select correct option:

Sullivan’s interpersonal theory

A trait theory of personality

Kelly’s cognitive theory

Phenomenological theory

8. According to Personology theory, which of the following refer to a single unit of behavior
taking place over a longer period of time?

Select correct option:

Serial

Proceeding

Schedules

Shifts

9. Which of the following is associated with Carl Rogers?

Select correct option:

Conditions of worth

Personal experience

Self-concept

Ideal self

10. Whose theory of personality is based on factor analysis?

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Select correct option:

Maslow’s

Cattell’s

Kelly’s

Henry Murray’s

11. ___________ is a mental structure that is observed to account for regularity or consistency in
individual’s behavior.

Select correct option:

A trait

A habit

An emotion

A value

12. Who formulated the Law of Effect?

Select correct option:

Thorndike

Pavlov

Kurt Lewin

Kohler

13. For a ___________ to be established the cue-stimulus and response should occur close together
not only in space and in time but the response should be rewarded.

Select correct option:

Generalization

Habit

Extinction

Inhibition

14. Who suggested that most human behavior is learned by Observation?

Select correct option:

Albert Bandura

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Gordon Allport

George Alexander Kelly

William H. Sheldon

15. Which of the following system, humans have first and foremost collections of?

Select correct option:

Social and cultural

Cognitive/Experiential

Intra-psychic

Biological

16. According to Murray, what is a compromise between individual's own impulses and the
demands and interests of other people?

Select correct option:

Human personality

Human intelligence

Human emotions

Human wisdom

17. Which of the following approach assumes that a human personality is formed out of
conflicts between basic needs and demands of the society?

Select correct option:

Behavioral

Cognitive

Intra-psychic

Biological

18. Dispositional domain tries to explore all of the followings EXCEPT:

Select correct option:

How individuals differ in their emotions

How individuals differ in their self concepts

How individuals differ in their in physiological characteristics

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How individuals are similar in their recreational activities

19. According to Dollard and Miller, learned drives are acquired on the basis of what?

Select correct option:

Primary drives

Tertiary drives

External environment

Prenatal environment

20. While talking about motives, first the biological motives are needed. Which of the followings
is not among those?

Select correct option:

Need for water

Need for self esteem

Need for air

Need for heat/ cold avoidance

21. Among academic psychologists, who was one of the first to accept the pervasive role of
unconscious determinants of behavior?

Select correct option:

Murray

Jung

Rogers

Watson

22. Which of the following will happen where we stop the reinforcement and the behavior will
be extinguished?

Select correct option:

Generalization

Extinction

Spontaneous recovery

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Shaping

23. Which process of observed behavior depends mainly upon mental images and verbal
representations?

Select correct option:

Attention

Retention

Production

Motivation

24. Which of the following is a technique used with drug addicts?

Select correct option:

Stepping out of character

Modeling

Aversive conditioning

Free association

25. Question # 15 of 15 ( Start time: 03:30:44 PM ) Total Marks: 1

Who proposed the Social-Learning Theory?

Select correct option:

Albert Ellis

William H Sheldon

Dollard and Miller

Albert Bandura

Question # 2 of 10 ( Start time: 01:05:03 PM ) Total Marks: 1


According to the Freud, which portion of the psychic apparatus is acquired through the
process of socialization and represents society’s norms and standards of behavior.
Select correct option:

Ego
Id
Superego
Libido

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Question # 3 of 10 ( Start time: 01:06:03 PM ) Total Marks: 1
According to the birth order given by Adler, who involves in a rat race from the first day
of his life, he is extremely ambitious and achieves every task?
Select correct option:

First born
Second born
Last born
Only born

Question # 4 of 10 ( Start time: 01:06:51 PM ) Total Marks: 1


Which of the following is the psychological theme of the oral stage?
Select correct option:

Betrayal
Dependency
Obedience
Self-control

Question # 5 of 10
When individuals do not believe in the value of any thing rather they try to make every
individual realize the meaninglessness of their goals and objectives, this is known as
what?
Select correct option:

Elusiveness
Cynicism
Rejection
Projection

Question # 6 of 10
According to Adler, which of the following type of person keeps away failure by never
attempting anything at all?
Select correct option:

The ruling dominant type


The getting leaning type
The avoiding type
Social useful type

Question # 7 of 10
According to Freud, which principle governs the ego?
Select correct option:

Pleasure
Reality
Primary
Oedipal

Question # 8 of 10 ( Start time: 01:10:45 PM ) Total Marks: 1

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Which of the following personality theory was given by Alfred Adler?
Select correct option:

Analytical Psychology
Stimulus Response Theory
Individual Psychology
Trait Theory

Question # 9 of 10
Who described three categories or style with which neurotic people interact with
others?
Select correct option:

Alfred Adler
Bandura
Karen Horney
Abraham Maslow

Question # 10 of 10 ( Start time: 01:12:19 PM ) Total Marks: 1


When a person divides his/her actions in different sections or he/she fixates his/her
deeds in those parts, the technique is known as what?
Select correct option:

Arbitrary rightness
Compartmentalization
Elusiveness
Rationalization

PSY405 Full Book MCQs

Erik Erikson developed the theory based upon ________________ rather than
sexual relationships.
Select correct option:

Social
Biological
Childhood
Sentiments

According to Sheldon the relation of physique to behavior/personality includes all


of the followings EXCEPT:
Select correct option:

Factors mediating the physique

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Biological and genetic orientation
Unconscious processes
Conscious processes

Which of the followings refers to devices for reducing conflict among competing
needs and if one is efficient in constructing?
Select correct option:

The schedules
The serial
The proceedings
The events

Which of the following type of person expects every thing to be done from others
and gets every thing from others either politely or rudely?
Select correct option:

The ruling dominant type


The getting leaning type
The avoiding type
Social useful type

In which of the following we observe the behavior of others and use the
information as a guide for our own behavior?
Select correct option:

Modeling
Reinforcement
Punishment
Extinction

Which of the following will happen where we stop the reinforcement and the
behavior will be extinguished?
Select correct option:

Generalization
Extinction
Spontaneous recovery

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Shaping

A personality psychologist that is concerned primarily with people's unconscious


mind and internal conflict follows which of the following approach?
Select correct option:

Trait approach
Biological approach
Social approach
Psychoanalytic approach

From which name Jung called the feminine side of the male personality?
Select correct option:

Shadow
Ego
Anima
Persona

Which of the following model invented by Albert Ellis?


Select correct option:

Co-efficient
A-P-A
A-B-C
Co-variation

Identify among the followings, who gave importance to biological or genetics


influences but he strongly proposed that culture plays dominant role in personality
development.
Select correct option:

William H. Sheldon
B. F. Skinner
Erik Erikson
Alfred Adler

Basic concepts of humanistic psychology do NOT include which of the


followings?

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The individual as an integrated whole


Irrelevance of animal research
Man’s inner nature
Psycho sexual energy

Which test consists of 550 items, ten clinical scales and has got 4 validity scales
and consists of series of straightforward statements?
Select correct option:

EPPS
MMPI
Study of Values
DAT

Identify the person who is primarily concerned with the discovery of truth, in
Study of Value Test.
Select correct option:

The Theoretical
The Aesthetic
The Political
The Religious

For a ___________ to be established the cue-stimulus and response should occur


close together not only in space and in time but the response should be rewarded.
Select correct option:

Generalization
Habit
Extinction
Inhibition

Karen Horney listed how many neurotic needs or abnormal trends in people?
Select correct option:

Four
Six

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Eight
Ten

Dispositional domain tries to explore all of the followings EXCEPT:


Select correct option:

How individuals differ in their emotions


How individuals differ in their self concepts
How individuals differ in their in physiological characteristics
How individuals are similar in their recreational activities

Who suggested that most human behavior is learned by Observation?


Select correct option:

Albert Bandura
Gordon Allport
George Alexander Kelly
William H. Sheldon

_____________ is the one who loves to be socialized and visit other’s rather than
staying alone.

Extroverts
Social animal
Introverts
Cynicism
According to Erikson, what young people must develop before they can commit to
an intimate relationship?

Compassion
A sense of identity
Sexual maturity
Formal operational thought

Which of the following is a term used by Rogers to designate individuals who are
using their capacities, talents, realizing their potentials, and their full range of
experiences?

Self centered

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Fully functioning
Cynics person
Introverts

According to Gordon Allport, what is a predisposition to respond in a manner to


various kinds of stimuli?

Trait
Habit
Phenomenological field
Social interest

According to Rogers, which role teacher should play while giving knowledge that
helps to create an atmosphere favorable to learning?

Authoritative
Facilitator
Commanding
Authoritarian

Basic concepts of humanistic psychology do NOT include which of the


followings?

The individual as an integrated whole


Irrelevance of animal research
Man’s inner nature
Psycho sexual energy

All Self-Actualizing individuals have the following characteristics EXCEPT:


Select correct option:

Acceptance of self, others and nature


Hesitation of expression of feelings and ideas
Discrimination between means and ends
Peak or nystic experiences

Which of the following refers to the fact that individuals are unique, they are
characterized by inner harmony and a striving force to cooperate with fellow
humans?

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Personality psychology
Forensic psychology
Individual psychology
Cognitive psychology

Which of the following test was created by Gordon Allport to measure the basic
value dimensions?
Select correct option:

Thematic Apperception Test


Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory
The Study of Values
Differentiate Aptitude Test

Identify which approach is based on the assumption that personality is determined


by the unique ways in which each individual views the world?
Select correct option:

The dispositional approach


The behavioral approach
The humanistic approach
The psychodynamics approach

According to Carl Rogers, when people are brought up with unconditional positive
regard, what happens?
Select correct option:

They are unlikely to be fully functioning


They will tend to be vain and narcissistic
They will feel valued
They will live lives directed toward what others want and value

In which of the following we observe the behavior of others and use the
information as a guide for our own behavior?
Select correct option:

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Modeling
Reinforcement
Punishment
Extinction

All of the following are examples of primary drives EXCEPT:


Select correct option:

Thirst
Hunger
Money
Sex

Empathy was a highly developed trait in Sullivan’s personality, and he used it to


excellent advantage in studying and treating the victims of which of the
followings?
Select correct option:

Schizophrenia
Anxiety disorders
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Personality disorders

According to Murray, which of the following activated as a result of some


environmental event?
Select correct option:

Reactive needs
Modal needs
Secondary need
Covert needs

Rogers used which of the following techniques to study person’s view about
him/her and his/her relationships with others?
Select correct option:

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L-sort technique
Q-sort technique
F-sort technique
P-sort technique

Personality psychology does NOT use information from which of the following
field?
Select correct option:

Clinical psychology
Biological psychology
Cognitive psychology
Industrial Psychology

Dysplasia and female somatotyping are included in which of the followings?

The primary components


The secondary components
The essential components
The fundamental components

A reinforcer that adds something directly rewarding is:

Positive reinforcement
Secondary reinforcer
Negative reinforcer
Triary reinforcer

Who discussed that a child has two basic needs, safety and satisfaction?

Carl Jung
Albert Ellis
Karen Horney
Dollard and Muller

According to Jung, which one of the followings tends to be sociable, outgoing, and
interested in parties and group activities?

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Moving against people
Moving away people
Extroverts
Introverts

According to Jung, the earth mother, the hero, the devil and the Supreme Being are
all examples of what?

The id's most energizing, compulsive drives


Archetypes that exist in the collective unconscious
Symbols residing with an individual's anima and animus
The id's persona drives

_____________ is the one who loves to be socialized and visit other’s rather than
staying alone.

Extroverts
Social animal
Introverts
Cynicism

What do personality psychologists study?

Statistical trends in collected data


The reliability of manipulation of independent variables
Any kind of human experience that is interesting and relatively stable over time
and across situations
Effect of injuries on brain

According to Murray, an essential element in achieving the goals of socialization is


the development of which of the following?

An adequate id
An adequate ego
An adequate superego
A strong libido

Maslow's theory states that individuals who are well adjusted, attempt to which of
the following process?

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Convince others that they have no faults
Actualize themselves
Win others to their way of thinking
Remain aloof from the rest of society

Which of the following is a technique used with drug addicts?

Stepping out of character


Modeling
Aversive conditioning
Free association

In client centered therapy, therapist actively tried to understand the client’s


phenomenological field or the internal frame of reference of the client. It was
labeled as what?

Q-sort technique
Self understanding phase
Experiential phase
Practical application phase

Which of the following is the sexual aggressive force for Freud, while for Jung it is
the life energy essential for biological, psychological and spiritual development?

Anima
The persona
Thanatos
Libido

According to Rogers, which role teacher should play while giving knowledge that
helps to create an atmosphere favorable to learning?

Authoritative
Facilitator
Commanding
Authoritarian

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Which of the following is an effective therapy that focuses on changing
individual’s irrational and dogmatic cognitions?

Behavioral Therapy
Psychoanalysis
Rational Emotive behavior Therapy
Psychodrama

Evaluate which law of thermo dynamic states that the amount of energy in a
system is fixed?

Equivalence
Entropy
Principle of opposites
Law of proximity

Jung argued that in addition to an individual's personal unconscious, there is also a


______________ unconscious shared by all humankind.

Separated
Personal
Collective
Egoistic

Identify which of the following statement truly describes the concept of Counter
transference?

Is the therapist's emotional reaction to the patient?


Can give useful information about the emotional state of the patient
Should be explained to the patient
Is a reason why therapist should have his own analysis?

The collective unconscious consists of universal human experience repeated over


centuries. With which name Jung called these universal ideas?

Archetypes
Synchronicity
Causality
Fictional finalism

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Which of the followings best explains transference?

Is a form of ego strengthening?


Prevents patients from gaining insight
Is the patient’s emotional response to the therapist?
Only seen in psychiatric setting

Jung's theory of personality describes a "mask" which people project as their


public self. What is this mask called?

Anima
Ego
Shadow
Persona

Which of the following research method was used by Freud?

Case study method


Survey research
Co-relational method
Naturalistic observation

The key assumption of the psychoanalytic approach is that the psychological


apparatus of the mind needs energy to make it go. This kind of energy is known as
what?
Select correct option:

Biological energy
Kinetic energy
Unconscious energy
Conscious energy

According to Jung, the earth mother, the hero, the devil and the Supreme Being are
all examples of what?

The id's most energizing, compulsive drives


Archetypes that exist in the collective unconscious
Symbols residing with an individual's anima and animus

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The id's persona drives

The word “personality” is derived from which language?

German
Latin
French
Greek

Any form of research that examines unconscious mental processes or self-


defensive thought, refers to which of the followings?

Humanistic
Cognitive
Behavioral
Psychoanalytic

Jung's theory was criticized for being all of the following EXCEPT:

Mystical
Over-emphasizing sex
Incomprehensible
Unscientific

Adler believed that all humans start their lives with:


Select correct option:

Weak organs
Primordial guilt
Collective unconscious
Feelings of inferiority

Which of the following, present an elaborate picture of an individual’s overall


personality including the traits, characteristics, tendencies and styles that are
thought to underlie behavior?

Personality inventories
Projective methods

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Behavioral coding systems

Identify which of the following statement truly describes the concept of Counter
transference?

Is the therapist's emotional reaction to the patient


Can give useful information about the emotional state of the patient
Should be explained to the patient
Is a reason why therapist should have his own analysis

What do personality psychologists study?

Statistical trends in collected data


The reliability of manipulation of independent variables
Any kind of human experience that is interesting and relatively stable over time
and across situations
Effect of injuries on brain

Which theorist has the most optimistic view of the content and dynamics of the
unconscious?

Karen Horney
Sigmund Freud
Clark Hull
Abraham Maslow

Defense mechanisms include all of the followings EXCEPT:

Denial
Splitting
Sublimation
Humor

If someone is stingy, stubborn, and excessively neat, Freud would probably have
viewed him/her as fixated in which stage?
Select correct option:

Anal

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Phallic
Genital
Oral

Who discussed that a child has two basic needs, safety and satisfaction?
Select correct option:

Carl Jung
Albert Ellis
Karen Horney
Dollard and Muller

According to Freud, the death instinct that motivates aggressive urges to destroy is
known as which of the followings?
Select correct option:

Eros
Frustration
Arbitrary rightness
Thanatos

According to Erikson ego is in the service of the what?

Emotions
Sentiments
Id
Superego

The _________________ test consists of a series of cards which depict human


figures in various ambiguous situations.

House Tree and Person


Rotter’s Incomplete Sentence Blank
Thematic Apperception
Rorschach Ink Blot

The _________ is the mental agency containing everything inherited, present


at birth, and fixed in the individual's constitution- especially sexual and
aggressive instincts.

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Emotions
Ego
Id
Super Ego

During __________________ stage of development, the Oedipal complex and


Electra complex takes place.

The Latency Period


The Anal Stage
The Oral Stage
The Phallic Stage

._______________ is the second law of thermo-dynamics, which states that


there is tendency towards equalization of energy within a system

Equivalence
Principles of Opposites
Entropy
All of the above

According to Jung _______________ is the female component of the male


psyche, It comes into existence because of the experiences that women have
had with men over centuries

The Persona
Self
Anima
Animus

When you dream of a person and shortly in the near future, the person
appears in front of you. This is called __________________, we call it
meaningful coincidence.

Causality
Synchronicity
Archetypes
None of above

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An emotional response to the threat that id impulses will become conscious is
called ______________anxiety

Realistic
Neurotic
Moral
None of the above

When the individuals do not believe in the value of any thing rather they try
to make every individual realize the meaninglessness of their goals and
objectives. This kind of person is called ______________________.

Elusiveness
Projection
Rejection
Cynicism

According to Erikson, every individual passes through _____________ stages


of development and sequence of these stages is genetically determined

Seven
Eight
Nine
ten

Sometimes the ego can control or defend against the expression of a forbidden
impulse by consciously expressing its opposite. This is known as
__________________.
Displacement:
Projection
Rationalization
Reaction Formation

__________________ was a personologist who regards the explanation of an


individual's uniqueness as the paramount goal of psychology.

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Carl Jung
Karen Horney
Gordon Allport
William H. Sheldon

According to the Raymond Cattell, ___________________ are those that set


the person in motion toward a goal; in other words, they determine a person’s
motivational make-up.

Source Traits
Unique Traits
Dynamic Traits
Constitutional Traits

In Study of Value test, __________________ person places highest value on


form and harmony.

The Economic
The Social
The Political
The Aesthetic

________________ theory is phenomenological, as it focuses on the internal


frame of reference of the individual
Sullivan
Gordon Allport
Kelly
Raymand Cattell

In Allport's system, If a trait is extremely pervasive, that almost all the


activities of a person can be traced to its influence, it is called
_____________________.

Primary Traits
A Cardinal Traits
Central Traits
Secondary Traits
In Cattell’s view, there are ______________ major sources of data about
personality.

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Three
five
seven
nine

_____________________ is a term used by Rogers to designate individuals


who are using their capacities and talents, realizing their potentials.

Positive Regard
Fully Functioning Person
Sense of Philosophical Humor
Social Interest

_________________ has developed a method for Heredity-Environment


Analysis purpose, which he calls Multiple Abstract Variance Analysis, or
MAVA.

Gordon Allport
George Alexander Kelly
William H. Sheldon
Raymond Cattle

According to Gordon Allport, between 6 and 12 years of age, the child begins
to fully realize that he or she has the rational capacity to find solutions to life's
problems and thereby cope effectively with reality demands. This aspect of
“selfhood” is termed as _____________________________.

Propriate Striving
The Self-Image
The Sense of Self as a Rational Coper
The Sense of Self-Identity

_______________ theory of personality is based on factor analysis


Maslow’s
Cattell’s
Kelly’s
Henry Murray’s
The extremely pervasive trait in Allport’s theory is called __________ trait

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Super
Cardinal
Influential
Central

Allport’s orientation is __________.

Behavioristic
Psychoanalytic
Humanistic
None of the given options

The extremely pervasive trait in Allport’s theory is called __________ trait.


Super
Cardinal
Influential
Central

Allport’s orientation is __________ .

Behaviorist
Psychoanalytic
Humanistic
None of the given options

Allport has __________ approach while talking about motives

Behaviorist
Psychoanalytic
Humanistic
None of the given options

__________’s theory of personality is based on factor analysis.

Adler
Fred
Horney
None of the given

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_________ also distinguishes among ability, temperament, and dynamic traits.

Cattell
Allport
Adler
Horney

__________ presented a cognitive theory of personality.

Allport
Kelly
Skinner
Watson

For __________ childhood events and unconscious forces are determinants of


behavior.

Skinner
Watson
Thorndike
None of the given options

The concept of proactive needs and reactive needs was given by __________,

Murray
Kelly
Cattell
Allport

According to __________ the therapist must give unconditional positive


regard to the client.

Rogers
Murray
Freud
Adler

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__________ used the term personology

Watson
Wundt
Guthrie
None of the given options

MCQ’s FILE FOR PSY 405


PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY
Lec 1-45
1)personality measurement and assessment procedure are useful in understanding the
person . they include :

a) Interview .

b)Rating scale.

c)personality test .

d) All of the above ( pg :8)

2)The __________ is the most commonly used procedure in psychological assessment .

a) Interview . (pg:8)

b) Observation .

c)Projective test .

d)Rating scale .

3)Appearance and behavior ,thought process ,Mood and effects ,Intellectual function and
perception of person , place and time can be structure and detailed by .

a) Structure Interview .

b) Observational procedure .

c) The mental status examination . (pg:8)

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d) Beavioural coding system .

4) A ------------- is a procedure in which the observer is asked to make judgments that place
the person somewhere along a dimension .

a) Behavioral coding system .

b)Personality inventories .

c)Lie scale .

d) Rating scale . (pg:9)

5) Some adult clients are able to make record and keep track of their own behavior a
procedure known as :

a) Lie scale .

b) K scale .

c) behavioral coding system .

d) personality inventories .

6) ----------------- present an elaborate picture of an individual ‘s overall personality including


the traits , characteristics , the tendency and the style that are thought to underlie behavior .

a) personality inventory .

b)MMPI.

c) The defensive scale .

d) none of the above .

7) MMPI Stands for .

Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory ,.

8)The test MMPI was develop in ---------- and puplished in ------------------:

a) 1890,1892.

b)1919,1920.

c)1940,1943(pg:9).

d) none of the above .

9)MMPI consist of ---------- items :

a) 520.

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b)450.

c)500.

d) 550.(pg:9)

10) MMPI has got validity scale :

a) 4.(pg:9)

b) 5.

c)7.

d)9.

11) four validity scales include , except.

a) Lie scale .

b) The f scale

c) K scale .

d) P scale . ( pg :9)

12) the MMPI -2 is based on:

a)550.

b)560.

c)562.

d)567. (pg:10)

13)the normal scale score is a T-score of 50 any score above 50 is a sign of :

a) psychotic:

b) neurosis :

c)psychosis:

d)pathology: (pg:10)

14) The ----------------- scale is sensitive to unsophisticated attempts to avoid anserwing in a


frank and honest manners .

a) The lie scale . ( pg :10)

b) The K scale .

c) The f scale .

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d) the cannot say scale .

15) Example of items of MMPI-2:

a) I like automobile magazines .

b) I wake up with lots of energy most mornings .

c) I am startled by loud noise .

d) all of the above : ( pg : 10)

16) Example statements of MMPI :

a) I cry easily :

b) I am happy most of the time.

c)I believe , I am being follow .

d) all of the following . (pg:9)

17)The known projective test , is based on the use of inkblots introduced in 1921 by :

a) Herman Rorschach, a Swiss psychiatrist .(pg:10)

b)Alferd Adler :

c) Carl Jung :

d)Sigmund Frued

18)personality can be used approached or studied using the four perspectives :

a) Psychodynamic,dispositional,Behavioral,Humanistic. (pg:12)

b)Observation, Interview , Objective test , Projective test.

c)TAT,RISB,WAT,HTP.

d)none of the above .

19) Before the advent of -------------- it was not possible to measure the aspects of human
psychological functioning , intelligence , interest , motives , and personality traits .

a) Psychometrics. ( pg: 12)

b) Psychonalytics.

c)Personality test ..

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d) projective test .

20) rather then making judjment about where the person fall on a particullar dimension ,----
-------------------------- focus on the frequency of specific behavioral events .

a) behavioral coding system .( pg: 13)

b) projective personality test .

c) observational procedure .

d) none of the above.

21)Morgan and Murray at the Harvard psychological clinic develop the :

a) TAT . (pg:15)

b)HTP.

c)RISB.

d) Inkplot.

22) There have been several variation of TAT for different groups .

a) CAT , SAT . (pg:15)

CAT( Children Apperception test ),SAT ( Senior apperception test )

23) Level of Consciousness is introduced by :

a) Jung.

b)Adler.

c) Karen Horney.

d)Sigmund Freud.

24)The ----------------- includes all the sensations and experiences of which we aware at any
given moment .

a) Conscious level . (pg:18)

b) Preconscious .

c) Sub conscious.

d) |Consciousness .

25) The -------------------------- sometimes called “available memory “.

a) conscious .

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b) preconscious .(pg 18)

c) sub conscious .

d) Consciousness.

26) Preconscious ---------------- the unconscious and conscious region of the mind .

a) bridges (pg:18)

b) canal.

c) Main road .

c) none of the above .

27) energy may be converted from one stage to another ,butt it all the --------------- energy .

a) high.

b) low .

c) same . (pg 21)

d) different .

28) Frued postulate that each individual has a------------- amount of energy available for
mental activities

. a) limited . (pg 21)

B) high .

c) low .

d) same .

29) Freud as the most silent life instinct for the development of personality the sexual
instinct is called -----------------:

a) Libido. (pg:21)

b) Humor .

c) Thandos.

d) all of the above .

30) an emotional response to the threat that impulses will become conscious is called --------
-----------:

a) Realistic anxiety .

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b Neurotic anxiety .() pg:22)

c) moral anxiety .

d)overwhelming anxiety.

31)When the ego is threatened by punishment from the superego , the ensuing emotional
response is called .------------------:

a) Moral anxiety .(pg:22)

b) Neurotic anxiety.

c) realistic anxiety .

d) none of the above .

32)The emotional response to threat and/ or perception of real danger in the external
environment (e.g: poisonous snackes , wild animals , earthquakes, final examinations )is
called :

a) Realistic anxiety.(pg:22)

b) moral anxiety .

c) over whelming anxiety .

d) none of the above .

33) --------------------- help to carry out these functions as well as to protect the person from
over whelming anxiety .

a)Ego defense mechanism .(pg:22)

B) Sublimation .

c)Repression

d)rationalization.

34)Which is an essential part of psyche :

a) Humar.(pg:24)

b) Relationship.

c)regression.

d) all of the above :

35)-------------- is an ego defense that enable the individual adaptively to divert impulses so
that theyu may be expressed via socially approved thoughts or actions .

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a) sublimation.(pg:23)

b)repression:

c) regression.

d) reaction formation.

36) this technique brings to the conscious level emotionally loaded material that at times
can be pain full threatening to be discussed at conscious level.

a) Free association: ( pg:23)

b) projective test .

c) rationalization.

d)Displacement .

37) The relationship between ----------------- and---------------------- is very important . for dream
analysis .

a) Mother and doughter .

b) teacher and student.

c) Teacher and therapist .

d) patient and therapist .(pg:23)

38) the patient may relates with therapist positively as with an important person in his life
like parents , teacher and friends we labwel as .

a) positive transference phenomenon.(pg:23)

b)Negative transference phenomenon.

c)none of the above .

39)The patient may relate negatively with the therapist with anger resentment or dislike
.We label as

a) Positive transefernse phenomenon.

b)Negative transference has accour .(pg:24)

c) none of the above .

40)Freud in his book ,The PSYCHOPATHOLOGY of everyday life he talks about the .

a) Slip of Tongue and pen .(pg:24)

b)slip of tongue and hand .

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c)slip of tongue and book .

d) none of the above .

41) Freud use this mental “map” of the mind to describe the degree to which mental events ,
toughts and fantasis vary in accessibility to awareness by three level . known as .

a) Id ,Ego ,Superego .

b)the conscious ,preconscious ,unconscious . (pg:25)

c)none of the above .

42) Libido which drived from Latin word meaning :

a) wish or desire . (pg:26)

b)Eros or Thanatos .

c) love or like .

d) all of the above .

43) how many kinds of instincts :

a) 4.

b)2.(pg:26).

c)6.

d) none of the above .

44) name of instincts .

a)Eros,Thanatos .

b) Primary process or pleasure principal .

c) Repressiobn or regression .

d) none of the above .

45) the ego has the role to mediate conflicts between the Id and superego according to
realities of the world,if it mediate successfully we seen .

a) an intelligent and creative individual. ( pg:26)

b) Boring or dull individual

c) shy and dimed individual.

d) all of the above .

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46) the Id wants it and the Id wants it now refers to .

a) primary principal.

b) Libido .

c) pleasure principal. (pg:26)

d) none of the above .

47) types of anxiety .

a) 3.(pg:27)

b) 9.

c)4.

d) none of the above .

48) Which is an driving force:

a)Libido . (pg:30)

b) eros .

c)Thanatos.

d) none of the above .

49)different concept about Libido between Freud and jung ?

ANs: for freud ,libido is the main sexual aggressive force or energy , while for jung the libidinal
energy is the life energy , not just required for sex and aggression .

50) The first law of thermodynamic is :

a)Libido .

b)Equivalence. (pg:30)

c) Entropy.

d)Anima.

Thermo means heat and dynamics means movement which refers to flow of heat .

52)The collective unconscious refers to our ancestral experience and Jung label these
experiences as .

a) Archetypes. ( pg:31)

b)life goal .

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c)Synchronicity.

d) none of the above .

53) ------------------- is a greek word which means mask or cover which the actors use to wear
on the stage .

a)Anima.

b) Animus .

c)Persona.(pg:31)

d) Shadow .

54)In extroverts There are some four functions of our thinking process as well such as ,
sensing , thinking , felling , intuiting . so we get ----------- types of peoples .

a)6.

b)4.

c)5.

d)8. (pg:32)

55)The ------------- are usually labeld as self centered or book worms and preffering indoor
activities .

a)Extroverts.

b)Animus .

c) Introverts .(pg:32)

d) all of the above .

56) Social interest is an innate need of all human beings . . All human have three major
problems which refers to :

a) Id , ego , superego .

b) Levels of consciousness .

c)Occupational task , Societal task , love and marriage task . (pg:36)

d) none of the above .

57)Anxiety created when a child born into the bigger or more powerful world of old
childrens and adults .

a) neurotic anxiety .

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b) basic anxiety .(pg:39)

c) moral anxiety.

d) all of the above

58) the --------------- is create a realistixc relationship between the real self and ideal self .

a) self analysis .

b)goal of psychotherapy .(pg :40)

(c) blind spot

d) Cynicism.

59)In 1945 Karen Horney in her book “our inner Conflicts “ classified ten neurotic needs in
how many categories :

a) 4.

b) 8.

c). 7

d)3.(pg:41)

60)For freud Ego is the---------------------- and its tries to establish a balance between id and
super ego .

a) humar .

b) pleasure .

c) master control .(pg:45)

d) none of the above .

61) If crisis is successfully resolved,fidelity emerges and if unsuccessfully resolved


uncertainity emerges .

a) basic trust versus basic mistrust .

b) industry versus inferiority .

c) identity versus role confusion(pg 51)

d) ego integrity versus despair .

62 )Who is the creater of a new viewpoint that is known as interpersonal theory of


psychiatry .

a) Harry Stack Sullivan .(pg:53)

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b) Sagmunt freud.
c) Carl Junk.
d) None of the above .

63)Sullivan’s unique contribution regarding the place of cognitions in the affairs of


personality is his three fold classifications of experiences : these are

a) Cognitive , behavioral , biological.

b) level of consciousness .

c) prototaxic , parataxic , syntaxic .(pg:55)

d) none of the above .

64) primary component of physique:

a) entomorophy ,mesomorophy , ectomorophy .(pg59)

b)parataxic , protaxic , syntaxic .

c)none of the above .

65) the ------------------ body is strong , touch ,resistant to injury and generally equipped
for strenuous and exacting physical demands .

a) entomorophy.

b)ectomorophy.

c) mesomorphy.(pg:62)

d) none of the above .

66) the person’s behavior is obtained through observation of his internal frame of
refrence by which of the theory of personality .

a) behavioural .

b) cognitional .

c) physiological .

d)phenomenological theory of personality .(pg:78)

67)-------------- view puts the emphasis on the positive aspects of life , free choices and
personal

b) psychological growth experiences .

a) humanistic .(pg:78)

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c) emotional .

d) behavioral .

68)An innate need to survive ,grow and enhance one’s self . refers to

a) phenomenological theory of personality.

b) Humanistic view .

c)Actualizing tendency ( pg:78)

d)none of the above .

69)for Kelley an individual’s behavior and thoughts are guided by a set of -------------------
that are used in predicting future events .

a)Templets for reality .

b) constructs alternativism.

c) personal constructs .(pg:93)

d) all of the above .

70) when individual are confronted with anovel situation , they apply the ----------------
role conflict therapy .

b) fixed role therapy

c) C.P.C cycle . (pg:100)

none of the above .

71)A --------------- is a predisposition or way to respond in a manner to various kind of


stimuli.

A) social .

b) economical.

c. personality .

d) traits (pg:104)

72)Who determines ? Personality is some thing and do something ?

a) Gordon Allport .(pg:106)

b) Henry murray’s.

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c)Skinner’s

b)none of the above

73) These are the study of values except

a)Regression.(pg:112)

b)Political.

c)Economics.

d)Asethetic

74)The overall construct that unifies traits and provides directions for the persons life is
term the Proprium . This concept essentially refers to the :

a) Self as unknown.

b) self as very well known .

c)self as known(pg:112)

d) none of the above .

75)Attitudes, Ergs, Sentiments-self are the important dynamic traits in ------------ system .

a)Roggers.

b) Cattle’s( pg:114)

c)Allport .

d) none of the above .

76)According to cattle’s personality is that which permits a prediction of what a person


will do in a given situation:

a)R=f(P,S) (pg:114)

b)16 Pf.

c) sjr R .

d) none of the above .

77) most important Daynamic of trait is :

a)Attitute .

b)Ergs.

c)Sentiments-self .

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c)all of the above .(pg:114)s

78)The L-Data refers to .

a)The life record.(pg:114)

b)the sel rating questionnaire.

c)The objective test .

d)projective test .

79)---------------------- is of course widely used as an everyday empirical tool by


contemporary investigator .

a)nature of personality .

b) surface traits .

c) sentiments .

d)factor analysis .(pg:115)

80)When two things vary together , they are said to be ------------------ e.g there is a
relationship between height weight because one increase ,the other will also tend to
increase .

a) Single .

b)double.

c) correlation.(pg:115)

d) all of the above .

81)An ----------------------- is a response of an individual to a situation or object .Thus the


attitude of a young man”I want very much to marry a women “

a) Self .

b) L data.

c)attitude.(pg:115)

d)Features .

82)------------------ may involve actual records of the person’s behavior in society, such as
school records , court record although in practice .

a)L-Data.

b) Q- data

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c)T-Data

d) none of the above .

83) ------------------------is based on a third possibility , the creation of special situation in


which the person’s behavior may be objectively scored .

a) Q data.

b)L data .

c)Projective test .

d) Objective test T-Data.(pg:117)

84) personality development is the result of

a) Classical.

b) Instrumental

c) Both a and b

d) Motivation and learning .(pg:120)

85) This test has been widely used in predicting vocationally and academic success and
failure .

a) projective.

b)objective

c) R technique and P technique .

d) 16 Pf (pg:121)

86) the most important ability traits is intelligence of which cattell describes two kinds .

a)fluid intelligence .

b) Crystallized intelligence .

c) both a and b . (pg:121)

d) none of the above .

87) ----------------- refers to subject-object or subject-subject interactions of sufficient duration to


include the significant element of any given behavioral sequence .

a) uniqueness.

b) need integrate .

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c)proceedings(pg:124).

d)serials.

88)The ----------------- refer to a single unit or formulation of behavior taking place over a longer
period of time such as marriage, friendship or a career in business .

a) uniqueness.

b) proceeding.

c) both a and b

d)serial .(pg:124)

89)A --------------- is a construct .Which stands for a force…in the brain region, a force which
organizesperception, appereception, interjection ,conationand action in such a way as a
transform in a certain direction an unsatisfying situation .

a) needs . (pg:125)

b) perception.

c) Imagery.

d)hypnosis.

90)type of needs include .

a) primary and secondary.

b)proactive and reactive .

c)process model and effect.

d) all of the above .(pg:126)

91) ---------------------- vary from simply formulation of a single subject-object interaction to


more general and of longer transaction.

a) Tension reduction.

b)Need integrate .

c)Thema (pg:128)

d) vector –value scheme

92) -------------------- consist of discovering what generates pleasure and what generateas
distress for the individual.

a)genetic –measurement determinants.

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b) uniqueness.

c) learning .(pg:28)

d) none of the above

93) ------------------- explain behavior in terms of interaction between cognitive , behavioral and
environmental determinants.

a)Behavioral learning theory .

b)Cognitive theory .

c) both a and b.

d) social learning theory (pg:133)

94) ---------------------- consider learning principles to be sufficient to explain and predict


behavior and behavior change .

a) Roger.

b) Murray.

c) Albert Bandura.(pg:133)

d) none of the above

95)In ------------- we observe the behavior of other and use the information as a guide for our
own behavior .

a)learning.

b) counseling.

c) conditioning .

d) modeling(pg:133)

96)Accurate hypothesis produce successful performance , and inaccurate hypothesis lead to --


----------- behavior.

a)effective .

b)powerful.

c) consequence.

d) ineffective (pg:134)

97) Bandura gave us how many types of reinforcement .

a) 5.

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b) 4.

c) 2.(pg:134)

d) none of the above .

98) when an individual witnesses someone else experience reinforcing or punishing


consequences for a behavior and that individual anticipates similar consequences if she or he
produce the same behavior . which reinforcement accour ?

a) direct reinforcement.

b)Self reinforcement .

c)victarios reinforcement . (pg:135)

d) reinforcement .

99)when an individual compares his or her behavior to internal standard.

a)self reinforcement (pg:134)

b) victarios reinforcement

c) both a and b .

d) none of the above .

100) attentional process include .

a) retention process.

b) Production process.

c)Motivational process .

d)all of the above (pg:135)

101) ------------------ is the key concept in the theory of Dollard and Miller .

a) need .

b) Imagery .

c)reinforcement .

d) habit .(pg:143)

102) ------------------- discovered a type of learning that became known as classical conditioning .

a) Watson.

b) Thorndike.

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c) Dollar .

e) Pavlov.(pg:144)
103)----------------------- is a school of thought that focuses on the idea that all behavior is
learned .
a) cognition.
b) classical.
c) behaviorism (pg:155)
d)none of the above .
104) A teacher might send the disruptive child out of the class into the hall for descipline is an
example of :
a) undesired behavior.
b)Punishment.
c)Extinction.(pg:156)
d)Generalization.

105) if reinforcement is presented on each occasion this is referred to as which schedule of


reinforcement .
a) interval reinforcement.
b)variable ratio reinforcement schedule.
c) continuous reinforcement schedule.(pg:157)
d)fixed ratio schedule.
106) -------------- Is an effective therapy that focus on changing individual’s irrational and
dogmatic cognitions by using technique .
a)cognitive therapy .
b) behavioral therapy .
c)REBT. (pg:164)
d)Emotional therapy.

Final Term Subjective


1- Horneys concept of Neuristic Personality and Basic Anxiety (3)

2- Roger's concept of threat and defence mechanism (3)

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3- Star Plus Show (Are u smarter than 5 yr old child) shows which kind of defence mechanism of
the parents. Who was the one to introduce the concept. Explain the mechanism briefly with
examples.(5)

4- Name and explain the death and life instincts mentioned in Frued's theory.(5)

Final term paper:

Short questions

Who gave factor analysis?

Describe REBT process?

What is libido?

What is mean by case study?

Long questions

Describe Carl jung biography?

Define Imitation?

Dollar and Millar’ theory about habit stimulus-response?

Briefly describe about Adjustment?

1- Horneys concept of Neuristic Personality and Basic Anxiety (3)


2- Roger's concept of threat and defence mechanism (3)
3- Star Plus Show (Are u smarter than 5 yr old child) shows which kind of
defence mechanism of the parents. Who was the one to introduce the concept.
Explain the mechanism briefly with examples.(5)
4- Name and explain the death and life instincts mentioned in Frued's theory.(5)
5- One more question was dre...but i just forgot that...yad aya then i will mention

Mid term
psy405 midterm paper........Descriptive Questions

1)Amjad born with weak eye sight, he didn’t able to see things clearly so he remained isolated and shy most of the

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time but when he became older and reached his adulthood, he became a very famous and successful musician.

2)Name and explain the phenomena regarding Alfred Adler’s concept? (3)
What is your understanding about the Cynics person? Who give this term? Give one example from your life, when
you came across a Cynic personality? (3)

3) Write a brief note on positive regard? According to Rogers, why this need is necessary to be fulfilled? (3)

4)Erik Erickson’s theory is considered very important in psychoanalysis. How would you evaluate it? Answer with the
help of logical points. (5)

5)The self is the most important construct in Roger’s theory of personality; indeed, the concept of self is

Subject Questions
Mine current paper ov psyche 405

total 50 (40 mcqs nd 10 long 5 question ov 3 marx nd 5 question ov 5 marks)

1 Briefly explain student centered teaching? 3 mark 2 Briefly explain “like no others”? 3 marks
3 Briefly explain the characteristics of the “political” person according to the Study of Values? 3
marks 4 In which stage model have an influence on the observer?3marks 5 According to the
Albert Eliss how biological factor cause emotional disturbance? 3 marks 6 Define need? Briefly
explain overt and covert need ? 5 marks (1+2+2) 7 How you define the need?enlist types of
needs?5 marks 8 Sullivan interview techniques? 5 marks 9 “Reinforcement” according to the
skinner explain with example. 10 Scenario dai hwa ta us sa related question ta Bandura ka
imitation concept sa related

just finished. Apart from 51 MCQs, following long questions were asked:

Murray gave the concept of Tension Reduction. What is meant by this? What are the Murray’s
points of view for this concept?(3) What is meant by Extinction? Explain it with the help of a
daily life example. (2+1) What is meant by Correlational Studies? Briefly describe its nature.
(1+2) Existential philosophy is concerned with man as an individual and the unique problems of

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human existence. Enlist any five tenets of Humanistic Psychology and briefly explain.
(1+1+1+1+1) Kelly developed his personal constructs theory on the basis of a single
philosophical assumption "constructive alternativism". How would you define it?(5) Cattell
distinguished at least three kinds of learning that play important roles in personality
development. Enlist and briefly explain them.(5) Skinner discovered two basic reinforcement
strategies for decreasing the frequency of undesired behavior. State those methods and exemplify
how you can reduce the undesirable behavior with the help of skinner identified methods. (5)
How do you define traits? Enlist the types of traits. (2+3)

PSY 405 CURRENT FINAL TERM PAPER:

1- Mention some self-defeating irrational ideas given by Albert Ellis. (3)

2- Explain Murray’s concept about ability and achievement. (3)

3- What is Role of genetics in behavior? (3)

4- Dynamics of personality by Dollard and Miller (5)

5- What is “like some others”? Explain with daily life examples. (5)

6- Write and explain observational learning processes by Bandura. (5)

7- How many traits are given by Allport? Explain in detail. (5)

8- Explain following by keeping in mind Sheldon’s constitutional Psychology:

a- Physique and mental disorder.

b- Physique and Delinquency.

my today's paper of psy405 (personalty psychology)

there were 64 total questions

4 were short (3)

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4 were long (5)

rest was mcqs

Questions were :

1- ABC moDEL

2- Murray's concept about ability and achievement

3- there were 1 defense mechanism case of Defense mechanism

4- S-R Response theory & therapeutic procedure

5- Roger's unconditional positive response

6- interpersonal theory

My current paper of PSY 405 My paper of PSY 405 personality psychology.

Total questions = 64 4 short questions and 4 Long questions reaming were MCQ’s

Difference between source and surface trait? 3 marks

What is dream analysis? Who gave this analysis? 3 marks

Albert Ellis 3 assumptions about humans? 3 marks

Write the Dollard and Millar higher mental processes? 3 marks

According to Maslow theory write names of 5 actualized persons and justify your answer? 5
marks

Heredity environment analysis? 5 marks

Role of genetics on human behavior? 5 marks

Erik Erikson stages of human development? 5 marks

Short questions Who gave factor analysis? Describe REBT process? What is libido? What is
mean by case study?

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Long questions Describe Carl jung biography? Define Imitation? Dollar and Millar’ theory about
habit stimulus-response? Briefly describe about Adjustment?

Mcq....one one was from every lecture...as far as i remember

Questions were as follows: 1- Horneys concept of Neuristic Personality and Basic Anxiety (3) 2-
Roger's concept of threat and defence mechanism (3) 3- Star Plus Show (Are u smarter than 5 yr
old child) shows which kind of defence mechanism of the parents. Who was the one to introduce
the concept. Explain the mechanism briefly with examples.(5) 4- Name and explain the death
and life instincts mentioned in Frued's theory.(5) 5- One more question was dre...but i just forgot
that...yad aya then i will mention

Short Questions
1. Amjad born with weak eye sight, he didn’t able to see things clearly so he remained
isolated and shy most of the time but when he became older and reached his
adulthood he became very famous and successful musician.
2. Name and explain the phenomena regarding Alfred Adler‘s concepts. (1+2)
3. You have studied different kinds of defence mechanisms given by Freud and
Horney. Both proposed almost similar mechanisms which protect our ego from
shame or humiliation.
4. In this context, both identified a mechanism “Rationalization”. Explain it with the
help of any one daily life example. (3)
5. Why can't all people achieve self-actualization? Discuss keeping Abraham Maslow’s
self-actualization theory in mind. (3)
6. What is the self-system according to Sullivan? Discuss in detail. (5)
7. Discuss the empirical validation of humanistic theory in detail. (5)
8. Sheldon’s concept and contribution (5) marks
9. Phenomenology personality theory explain (3) mark
10. Sullivan's dynamism explain 5 marks
11. Adler's theory about first child, second and only one child (3) marks
12. Rationalization with daily life example.(3)
13. According to Adler, first memories are key to a person’s mental life. How can first
memories help in studying an individual’s personality? (3)
14. Rogers’ views about self. (5)
15. AF.Sc pre medical student worked hard to succeed in exam and get admission in medical
college. But he could not get needed marks and thus did not get admission. He said to
himself: “It was good for me not to get admission in medical college because doctors are

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brutal and operate patients cruelly”. Which adjustment technique he used to satisfy his
ego? Name two other adjustment techniques with examples.

Final Term 2015

my paper...
PSY 405 PAPER…
long questions:
- bella and kiran went to a beach, bella sais that sea is happy, while kiran said sea is
depressed, which approach explain this phenomenon, name and explain – 3
- aleena is happy because he memorized his date on time which type of reinforcement is
apply in this case according to Bandura’s concept of reinforcement.- 3
- explain Murray’s socializing process- 5
- needs are inter-related discus – 5
- Fraud’s 3 level of consciousness – 5
- name those 5 methods of treatment which are based on operant conditioning principles – 5
- compare the Karen Horney’s and Adler’s and Roger’s concept of neurosis in child – 5
- what purposes a theory should fulfill in science – 3
- ak Freaud k defence mechanism ko guess krna tha case me se…question yad ne mjhe – 3
- also forgot the last question :p
MCQS 23 to 40 e the kch Fraud and Erick Erickson ki theories me se b the

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