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Lifespan Development Study Set 1

Psychology

Quiz 11 :

The Self, Identity, and Personality

Quiz 11 :

The Self, Identity, and Personality

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The extent to which a young adult recognizes his or her personal psychological makeup, including strengths and weaknesses, is that person's
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Leigh understands that she upset her brother when she lost his favorite ball and wants to replace it to make him happy. Leigh is displaying
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Todd explains that he is different from Davion because he is tall and has blonde hair and Davion is short and has brown hair. Todd is likely a(n)
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Which of the following explains why young children have unrealistically positive self-descriptions?
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When describing herself, Cali says that she is the oldest child in her family, is president of the honor society at school, has a few close friends, and is on the student council. These aspects of Cali's self-understanding are based on
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Kelsy dreams of becoming a singing star one day because she considers herself to be highly talented. Kelsy is considering her
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Being attentive and positive toward one's image in a mirror appears as early as _____ month(s) old.
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Which of the following is an example of how a 5-year-old child might perceive a friend in terms of psychological traits?
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What individuals might become, what they would like to become, and what they dread they will become constitutes their
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Twenty-month-old Michael is placed in front of a mirror with a spot of rouge on his nose. Based on research into the development of self-recognition, Michael will MOST likely
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How has recent research helped to reshape the dominant Piaget view of infants' and young children's understanding of others?
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Which of the following is the central aspect of an individual's personality?
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Ted is very good at understanding his friends' needs and thoughts. He is adept at
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Dewey comprehends that he is a 10-year-old boy who is: on the chess team, a member of a family, loves computer games, and hates peanut butter. This is Dewey's
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For most children, the ability to recognize oneself in the mirror occurs
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Mariah identifies herself as a kind person, a girl scout, and the best soccer player on her team, something which will never change. Mariah is in
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Jana has considered herself differently across a short period of time, as a tomboy, dancer, honor student, and so on. This is an example of Jana's
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Preschool children often describe themselves in terms of what dimension of the self or self-understanding?
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Which of the following is an example of how a young child might make a self-evaluation using an unrealistically positive overestimation?
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In late adolescence or early adulthood, one typically puts all the disparate parts of the self together in a systematical way and construct a general theory of self-understanding. We refer to this as
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