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1.  Western cultures tend to emphasize the cultural task of _____ more than non-Western cultures.
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2.  Around the age of 5 or 6 years of age, children develop
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3.  Correlations between a person’s preference ratings for personality characteristics in a mate and ratings of the mate’s personality characteristics measured across different sources of data are
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4.  Which of the following traits is strongly associated with increased happiness?
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5.  Research on affect intensity suggests that most people _____ affect intensity
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6.  People who score high (as compared to low) on neuroticism tend to
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7.  The bulky clothes that people in far northern cultures often wear is an example of
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8.  Aggressive people tend to evoke _____ from others
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9.  Happiness can be thought of as an emotional
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10.  Self-schema
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11.  Compared to people with high self-esteem, people with low self-esteem are more
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12.  Pictures designed to create an emotional reaction would be used
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13.  Telling someone that “everyone else is doing it” is an example of the _____ manipulation tactic.
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14.  The cognitive orientations that lead people to process information on the basis of sex-linked associations are known as
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15.  Which of the following words would cause emotional interference in a person who is high in neuroticism?
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16.  Nisbett has attributed greater aggression among Southerners to
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17.  According to Beck, which of the following is NOT a cognitive distortion among people with depression?
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18.  Studies that have used mood inductions havesupported the idea of an indirect effect of personality on happiness.
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19.  An effect size of .51 would be considered _____ between two groups.
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20.  Beliefs about the ways men and women differ, in contrast to actual differences, are called
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21.  People _____ are able to identify facial expressions of basic emotions made by Americans.
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22.  The complimentary needs theory states that individuals select mates
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23.  Individuals who are highly agreeable tend to evoke _____ than individuals with lower agreeableness scores.
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24.  The manipulation tactic of _____ might involve yelling at someone.
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25.  People who have low self-esteem
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26.  You have heard that Dean X has a reputation for being very arrogant and condescending to students. One day your professor sends you to see the Dean to discuss an important educational issue. You are quite apprehensive when you enter the Dean’s office and act very nervous and anxious. Since Dean X does not suffer fools, he snaps at you, thus confirming the _____ that you evoked
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27.  The patterns of emotional reactions that a person consistently experiences over time are called
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28.  The theory that most emphasizes the expectations about the jobs men and women are “supposed” to have is the _____ theory.
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29.  The aspects of your self that you present to others is known as your
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30.  Evocation is NOT demonstrated in which of the following situations?
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31.  A person who experiences very high “highs” and very low “lows” scores high on the trait of
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32.  A person who fails an exam will
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33.  Almost all members of the Bleeminese tribe go bowling. However, it is rare for a member of the Bloopine tribe to bowl at all. This difference in behavior between the two tribes represents a cultural
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34.  Compared to Americans, Japanese individuals tend to explain events _____ with attention to relationships, contacts, and links to the object as a whole.
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35.  The self-concept begins to develop as early as
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36.  The average person
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37.  Jay Belsky and his colleagues believe that an early environment with harsh, rejecting, and inconsistent child rearing practices, and erratic parental investment will foster
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38.  Overall, sex differences in self-esteem have been found to be
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39.  Studies of happiness and age have found that
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