Because all personality characteristics are environmentally determined.
Because they want to detect the existence of defense mechanisms.
Because an understanding of prior and anticipated events is crucial to explaining personality.
Because they are looking for hidden motives and desires.
Implicit measures of personality
The interpretation of the responder
The interpretation of the scorer
Conscientiousness, agreeableness, neuroticism, openness to experience, and extraversion
Openness to experience, neuroticism, and agreeableness
Anger, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise
Orderliness, happiness, extraversion, and introversion
A one-way ANOVA
The id, ego, and superego
Because of deprivation of pleasurable experiences associated with each stage.
Because of an optimal amount of pleasurable experiences at each stage.
Because of either deprivation or overindulgence in pleasurable experiences at a given stage.
Because of overindulgence in pleasurable experiences at a given stage.
Meditate until the negative emotions associated with the anxiety are gone.
Confront and accept the anxiety and the fear of dying as part of life.
Ignore the bad things in life as if they don’t exist.
Develop defense mechanisms to deal with anxiety subconsciously.
Accept death as part of life
Resolve anxiety from the interaction between the id, ego, and superego.
Silence the id
Satisfy basic physiological and safety needs
People are unpredictable so it doesn’t really matter what we know.
We need to know something about a person’s experiences in prior situations.
We need to know something about a person’s personality and prior situations.
We need to know something about a person’s personality.
They are not related.
They are perfectly correlated.
They are strongly correlated.
They are somewhat correlated.
A nativist approach to the sense of well-being.
Dimensions people use in making sense of their experiences.
Art projects undertaken by the mentally challenged.
Differences in the way situations are interpreted by different people.
Locus of control; self-concepts
Defense mechanisms; personalities
Your locus of control
Your personality type
They are both highly reliable.
They are not controversial.
They are standard tests of personality.
They have not been found to be reliable or valid in predicting behavior.
Your comparison group
Your intelligence level
Your hair color