Personality Psychology Online Quiz And MCQs Test Exam

1. Personality is the unique combination of patterns that influence.
A. Behavior Emotions
B. Thought motivation
C. Both a and b
D. None of these
2. What are the influences on personality development?.
A. Genetics
B. Unconscious Mechanisms
C. Culture and society
D. All of these
3. MMPI-2 Released in.
A. 1999
B. 1989
C. 1988
D. 1987
4. Who introduced projective test with a series of ambiguous stimuli known as?.
A. Hermann Rorschach
B. Henry Rorschach
C. Harrison Rorschach
D. Henry Richard
5. Personality traits are rooted in humorist: “bilious” means.
A. Good Tempered
B. Bad Tempered
C. Good Mood
D. Bad Mood
6. The word libido meaning is.
A. Lust or desire
B. Pleasure or desire
C. Lust or pleasure
D. Pleasure and pleasure
7. Freud collaborated with whom in treating hysteria?.
A. Alfred Adler
B. Josef Breuer
C. Anna Freud
D. Carl Jung
8. The Oedipus and Electra complex and penis envy commonly occur at this stage.
A. Phallic stage
B. Latency period
C. Oral stage
D. Genital stage
9. Attributing unacceptable desires to other is.
A. Denial
B. Projection
C. Regression
D. Displacement
                                             Personality Psychology Online Quiz And Exam Test Exam
10. Defense mechanisms are unconscious protective behaviors that work to reduce.
A. Phobias
B. Stress
C. Conflicts
D. Anxiety
11. Which one is the masculine component of the female psychic?.
A. Anima
B. Animus
C. Persona
D. Self
12. Which is the key concept of Dollard and Miller theory?.
A. Habit
B. Learning
C. Observation
D. Response
13. What is  key concept  social learning approach of Albert Bandura’s theory?.
A. Reinforcement
B. Punishment
C. Reward system
D. Imitation
14. Types of Models are.
A. Direct Modeling, Symbolic Modeling and Synthesized Modeling
B. Direct modeling, indirect modeling and Systematic modeling
C. Direct modeling, Systematic modeling and synthesized modeling
D. Direct modeling, Systematic modeling and symbolic modeling
15. Humans are able to control their behavior through a process known as.
A. Self observation
B. Self Efficacy
C. Self Evaluations
D. Self Regulations
16. Wanting something is.
A. Response
B. Cue
C. Drive
D. Reward
17. Neurosis is due to which learning.
A. Maladaptive
B. Adaptive
C. Both A and B
D. None of these
18. Self-efficacy is the.
A. Strategy for achieving one’s goal
B. Self evaluation process
C. Belief that he or she can succeed
D. Self monitoring process
19. Existential psychology has its roots in whose theory, who defined the existential quest.
A. May’s theory
B. Martin Heidegger
C. Louis Martin
D. B.F Skinner
20. The idea of categorizing people by traits can be traced back as far as.
A. Plato
B. Aristotle
C. Hippocrates
D. Socrates
21. Eysenck is the most famous.
A. British Psychologist
B. Swiss Psychologist
C. American Psychologist
D. Austrian Psychologist
22. Who give Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire?.
A. Gordon Allport
B. Hans Eysenck
C. Myer briggs
D. Raymond Cattell’s
23. Personality theory is.
A. Descriptive
B. Easy
C. Meaning less
D. Simple
24. Melancholic is from the _________word for _________.
A. Phlegmatic, Calm
B. Latin, Black bile
C. Latin Sanguine, Blood
D. Greek, Black bile
25. TAT consists of.
A. 40 cards
B. 41 cards
C. 31cards
D. 30 cards
26. SAT is.
A. Student test
B. Senior test
C. Systematic test
D. Study test
27. Freud was appointed Professor of what at the University of Vienna.
A. Philosophy
B. Neuropathology
C. Sociology
D. Anthropology
28. Conscious mind consist.
A. Thoughts, Perceptions
B. Fear, violent motives
C. Memories
D. Stored Knowledge
29. The two types of drives that Freud established are known as.
A. Libido
B. Eros
C. Thanatos
D. Both B and C
30. Life drive is.
A. Libido
B. Eros
C. Thanatos
D. None of these
31. Which is the rational pragmatic part of our personality?.
A. Mind
B. Id
C. Ego
D. Super ego
32. Id works on.
A. Pleasure Principle
B. Moral Principle
C. Realistic Principle
D. Conflicts
33. Dreams have two levels of content.
A. Latent and Manifest
B. Latent and Meaningful
C. Libidinal and Hidden
D. Latent and Hidden
34. Albert Bandura is Canadian-born.
A. Canadian psychologist and behaviorist
B. American Psychologist and Behavioris
C. American Psychologist
D. Canadian Psychologist
35. Dollard and Miller’s SR theory is.
A. Stimulus Reinforcement theory
B. Stimulus Response theory
C. Stimulus Reward theory
D. Stimulus Reduction theory
36. learning dilemma occurs in a situation in which the existing responses are not.
A. Reinforcement
B. Not reinforcement
C. Reward
D. Not Reward
37. An approach which studies the whole person and the uniqueness of each individual is.
A. Humanistic approach
B. Psychodynamic approach
C. Behaviorist approach
D. Trait Perspective
38. The humanistic approach is thus often called the what in psychology?.
A. Fifth force
B. Third Force
C. Unique Force
D. First Force
39. Who proposed hierarchy of needs?.
A. Carl Roger
B. George Kelley
C. Abraham Maslow
D. Carl Jung
40. Maslow viewed who as the supreme achievers in the human race.
A. Self actualization
B. Self esteem
C. Physiology
D. Safety
41. Carl Roger gives.
A. Conditional positive regard
B. Ideal self vs. Real self
C. Unconditional positive regard
D. Both b and c
42. Existential Stages is given by.
A. Louis Martin
B. Martin Heidegger
C. May’s theory
D. D.B.F Skinner
43. Humanism assumes humans are__________ whereas existentialism assumes people are with ___________.
A. Basically good, no inherent quality
B. Basically worthless, inherent quality
C. Basically bad, no inherent quality
D. Basically good, inherent quality
44. Who among the firsts to come up with a personality trait theory?.
A. George Kelley
B. Gordon Allport
C. Hans Eysenck
D. Raymond Cattle
45. The traits around which a person organizes his whole life are.
A. Surface Traits
B. Secondary Traits
C. Cardinal Traits
D. Central Traits
46. Who proposed third dimension theory?.
A. Hans Eysenck
B. Gordon Allport
C. George Kelley
D. Raymond Cattle
47. Who discovered surface and source trait.
A. Hans Eysenck
B. Gordon Allport
C. George Kelley
D. Raymond Cattle
48. The idea of categorizing people by traits can be traced back as far as.
A. Plato
B. Aristotle
C. Hippocrates
D. Socrates

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