1.Bruno tends to be shy and reserved, preferring the routines of everyday life rather than unexpected new adventures, but he is known to be responsible and good-natured. On the Big Five personality dimensions, Bruno would be described as:
a. Extroverted, agreeable, and resistant to new experience
b. Emotionally stable, open to experience, and conscientious
c. Introverted, conscientious, and agreeable
d. Neurotic, open to experience, and antagonistic
2. Modern attachment theorists believe that babies create mental representations of each parent based how secure they feel with them that influence the subsequent relationships they develop. This view is consistent with which personality theory?
a. humanistic theory
b. Jungian theory
c. object-relations theory
d. narrative theory
3. Wally has always been rather shy with other people. But he also became a university professor which required that he speak confidently before classes and professional groups, and he became quite good at doing so. As a story of personality, this illustrates:
a. unconditional positive regard.
b. defense mechanisms.
d. reciprocal determinism.
4. Temperament refers to:
a. physiological dispositions to respond to the environment in certain ways.
b. aspects of the environment that interact with genetic dispositions to shape behavior
c. attachment styles that are acquired in the first year of life
d. learned ways of responding to events that derive from experience.
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