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GED 215 GED/215 GED215 Unit 1 Exam 1


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GED 215 Unit 1 Exam 1 (CCU)

Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet)

1) The amount of information available for our use doubles every

A) two years

B) century

C) decade

D) 5-7 years


2) The highest levels of technophobia are exhibited by

A) women and minority group members

B) mid-level managers

C) children

D) middle-class men


3) What is the most popular (frequent) method used by Americans to find information?

A) radio

B) Internet


D) newspapers


4) One of the dramatic changes in the United States today is the increase in

A) manufacturing and heavy industry

B) the homogeneity of the population

C) cultural diversity

D) blue-collar workers


5) People who habitually say, “Naturally, I act this way because of the way I grew up” fail to realize, as the text suggests, that

A) free choice and responsibility go hand in hand

B) they have fewer options than their parents

C) they cannot take calculated risks

D) their choices are limited


6) All of the following traits remain rather stable over a lifetime EXCEPT

A) neuroticism

B) self-esteem

C) introversion

D) expressiveness





7) The experience of personal growth usually ends with the stage of

A) acknowledging change

B) feeling anxiety and discomfort

C) reorganizing our experience

D) changing our attitudes


8) We are more apt to have positive, gratifying feelings about an experience of personal growth at the third and final stage designated as

A) sensing dissatisfaction

B) acknowledging change

C) experiencing dissonance

D) reorganizing our experience


9) When scientists examine existing data such as historical documents, they are using the ________ method.

A) growth

B) conceptual

C) archival

D) empirical


10) In which psychoanalytic stage did Freud say genuine love develops?

A) oral

B) anal

C) latency

D) genital


11) Which concept is not part of Freud’s view of the psyche?

A) consciousness

B) unconscious

C) ultraconscious

D) preconscious


12) Carol likes Dr. Reed, the supervisor of her practice teaching. In fact, Carol often finds herself adopting many of Dr. Reed’s methods and mannerisms in the classroom. Bandura refers to this type of learning as

A) classical conditioning

B) observational learning

C) due to the effects of unconscious Oedipal wishes

D) identification with the parent figure




13) Social learning theorists such as Bandura regard the inconsistencies in human behavior as largely the product of

A) conditioned responses

B) personality traits

C) unconscious conflicts

D) situational factors


14) From which perspective are psychologists most likely to argue that spanking is harmful to children?

A) the humanistic perspective

B) the psychoanalysis perspective

C) the learning perspective

D) all of these


15) Humanistic psychology has received national prominence as

A) deconstructivist

B) emphasizing individual sameness

C) Freud’s theory

D) the third force in psychology


16) Research shows that older people score lower in ________ than younger people.

A) conscientiousness

B) agreeableness

C) social vitality

D) all of the above


17) Research (Scarr) suggests that ________ child care is what really matters.

A) the quantity of

B) the person who provides

C) the quality of

D) the proximity of parent work places to


18) Physical changes include all but which of the following?

A) graying hair

B) less physical energy

C) hair loss in men

D) weight loss around the waist


19) Women in midlife often

A) avoid the workforce

B) avoid schooling

C) worry about their biological clock

D) avoid adoption

20) What is true of the Social Security system?

A) the government can be depended on to help the elderly even if they have never worked a day in their lives

B) individuals automatically receive it upon retirement

C) the age for eligibility is rising

D) all of these are true


21) The process of ascribing the cause of an event to something

A) is known as self-assessment

B) maintains a balanced view of self-concept

C) is called attribution

D) is labeled self-activation


22) Experiences that are consistent with both our sensory reactions and self-concept

A) comprise the core of our self-concept

B) are denied to awareness

C) are usually distorted

D) are rarely accurately labeled


23) One of the most common ways our self-concept changes is

A) through our interactions with people

B) by avoiding successful people and therefore upward comparison

C) through criticism from others; praise has little effect on most people

D) by not getting too close to people


24) The text suggests that when being criticized, it is better to ask the person to

A) relax and not be so sensitive

B) mind his/her own business

C) be more specific and provide more information

D) prove that the criticism is incorrect


25) During the latter stages of psychotherapy and personal growth, individuals

A) reaffirm their commitments and ideals

B) are less aware of the complexity of their feelings

C) deny the negative aspects of themselves

D) become more self-directed

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