Personality Test

Question 1 of 11

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Define Character

Select one of the following:

  • an individuals unique and relatively consistent group of characteristics that determine patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours when alone and with others.

  • one aspect of your personality on which others judge you as being right or wrong as an individual and as a social being 

  • Our tendency to emotionally respond or react to people and events. Is observable at birth and is assumed by some psychologists to be inherited.

  • An emotional state that colours our perceptions of the world and influences the way in which we interact with others.

  • an approach to describing and explaining the origins and development of personality, focusing on how people are similar, how they differ and why every individual is unique.

Question 2 of 11

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Define personality theory.

Select one of the following:

  • an individuals unique and relatively consistent group of characteristics that determine patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours when alone and with others.

  • one aspect of your personality on which others judge you as being right or wrong as an individual and as a social being

  • Our tendency to emotionally respond or react to people and events. Is observable at birth and is assumed by some psychologists to be inherited.

  • An emotional state that colours our perceptions of the world and influences the way in which we interact with others.

  • an approach to describing and explaining the origins and development of personality, focusing on how people are similar, how they differ and why every individual is unique.

Question 3 of 11

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Define Temperament

Select one of the following:

  • an individuals unique and relatively consistent group of characteristics that determine patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours when alone and with others.

  • one aspect of your personality on which others judge you as being right or wrong as an individual and as a social being

  • Our tendency to emotionally respond or react to people and events. Is observable at birth and is assumed by some psychologists to be inherited.

  • An emotional state that colours our perceptions of the world and influences the way in which we interact with others

  • an approach to describing and explaining the origins and development of personality, focusing on how people are similar, how they differ and why every individual is unique.

Question 4 of 11

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Define Mood.

Select one of the following:

  • an individuals unique and relatively consistent group of characteristics that determine patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours when alone and with others.

  • one aspect of your personality on which others judge you as being right or wrong as an individual and as a social being

  • Our tendency to emotionally respond or react to people and events. Is observable at birth and is assumed by some psychologists to be inherited.

  • An emotional state that colours our perceptions of the world and influences the way in which we interact with others.

  • an approach to describing and explaining the origins and development of personality, focusing on how people are similar, how they differ and why every individual is unique.

Question 5 of 11

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Define personality.

Select one of the following:

  • an individuals unique and relatively consistent group of characteristics that determine patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours when alone and with others.

  • Our tendency to emotionally respond or react to people and events. Is observable at birth and is assumed by some psychologists to be inherited.

  • one aspect of your personality on which others judge you as being right or wrong as an individual and as a social being

  • An emotional state that colours our perceptions of the world and influences the way in which we interact with others.

  • an approach to describing and explaining the origins and development of personality, focusing on how people are similar, how they differ and why every individual is unique.

Question 6 of 11

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Personality theories are an attempt to understand, explain and interpret peoples personalities

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

Question 7 of 11

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Conscious is ...

Select one of the following:

  • Images, thoughts and feelings

  • Memories and sensations

  • Desires, impulses and wishes

Question 8 of 11

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Unconscious is

Select one of the following:

  • Images, thoughts & feelings

  • Memories & sensations

  • Desires, impulses & wishes

Question 9 of 11

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Preconcious is

Select one of the following:

  • Images, thoughts & feelings

  • Memories & sensations

  • Desires, impulses & wishes

Question 10 of 11

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The preconscious level of the mind is the most important in determining behaviour

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

Question 11 of 11

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What principle does the Id run on?

Select one of the following:

  • The reality principle

  • the pleasure principle

  • The moral principle

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