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Which is best described as the overall sense of who you are?
IDENTITY
The personality principle of________ concerns situation-specific ways in which people adpt to their environment.
DISPOSITIONAL TRAITS
Albright is self-described "Big Five" advocate when it comes to personality. Given this self-description, Albright would be best described as a ________ theorist.
TRAIT
Cleo has received a high score on the conscientiousness scale of a personally test. This indicates that she would most likly be what?
Well organized and highly self-disciplined.
The social learning perspective assumes that what?
personality development is highly influenced by environmental experience.
Which of the following utterances clearly demonstrates the development of a categorical sense of self?
" I BIG GIRL"
One-year-old Barker has some trouble dealing with new situations. In addition, he tends to be relatively inactive and moody. With regard to temperament, Barker is best classified as what?
SLOW-TO-WARM
One-year-old Markus loves interacting with his peers. A development theorist would most likely describe Markus as being high on the _______ dimension of temperament.
SURGENCY
The temperament dimension of ________ is defined as the tendency to be sad or easily frustrated.
NEGATIVE AFFECTIVITY
The fact that parents who are taught to interpret and respond more effectively to their child's cues can produce calmer infants who cry less best illustrates the concept of what?
GOODNESS OF FIT
Children first begin to define themselves as part of a group around _________ years of age.
8
During adolescence, self-descriptions become less what?
CONCRETE
research on the big-fish-little-pond effect suggests what?
PLACING CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES IN A REGULAR EDUCATION ROOM MAY NEGATIVELY IMPACT THEIR SELF-ESTEEM.
Hoffman is planning to enter the family's plastics business as soon as he graduates from high school. His parents have a job for him in their shop, and they all expect that Hoffman will eventually run the business. Hoffman has never questioned this career goal. According to Erikson, Hoffman's identity status is best described as what?
IDENTITY FORECLOSURE
The _________ identity status would best be described as " crisis resolved and direction in life set."
IDENTITY ACHIEVEMENT
When contemplating their self-esteem the average older individuals tend to compare themselves to what?
OLDER AND UNHEALTHY INDIVIDUALS
Parents living in an individualistic culture tend to socialize children to be what?
SELF-RELANT
Children's initial recognition of themselves as physically separate from others corresponds with Erikson's _________ psychosocial stage?
TRUST VERSUS MISTRUST
Forty-year-old Zelda is proud of the tutoring she is doing at school with kids who have learning problems, and feels that she is doing something positive for future generations. It is most likely that Zelda is in Erikson's stage of what?
GENERATIVITY VERSUS STAGNATION
The debate concerning successful aging in old age involves ________debate.
ACTIVITY-DISENGAGEMENT
Big five traits include neuroticism, extraversion, and conscientiousness. T/F
TRUE
Behavioral inhibition is the tendency to be shy and restrained. T/F
TRUE
Foreclosure status is characterized by no crisi, and no commitment. T/F
FALSE
Older individuals tend to adjust their selves to be more in line with their real selves. T/F
TRUE
Successful aging requires engagement in society. T/F
FALSE
Unique life stories that we construct about our past and future are called narrative_____.
IDENTITIES
Albert Bandura is best associated with the _______ theory approach to personality development.
SOCIAL LEARNING
Thomas and Chess characterized infants who were highly irriable and irregular in habit as having a __________ temperament.
DIFFICULT
__________ identity status is characterized by both commitment made and cris experienced.
IDENTITY ACHIEVEMENT
The final of Erikson's psycgosocial stages involves the crisis ____ versus ____.
INTEGRITY VERSUS DESPAIR