Chapter 12 Study Guide

________ refers to the overall manner in which a person *thinks, behaves, and feels*.

A) Self-Actualization
B) *PERSONALITY*
C) An external locus of control
D) Motivation
E) Emotion

B) PERSONALITY
Which of the following theorists argued that *unconscious forces* were the main focus of personality?

A) B.F. Skinner
B) *SIGMUND FREUD*
C) Abraham Maslow
D) Walter Mischel
E) Raymond Cattell

B) SIGMUND FREUD
According to the psychoanalytic theory, the ________ is where *traumatizing, repressed* events are located whereas the ________ holds information an individual *may not necessarily be thinking about but can easily access*.

A) unconscious; conscious
B) ego; unconscious
C) preconscious; conscious
D) id; conscious
E) *UNCONSCIOUS*; *PRECONSCIOUS*

E) UNCONSCIOUS; PRECONSCIOUS
According to the psychoanalytic theory, being *aware about how you feel taking this exam* right now would be located in your ________ awareness whereas information to answer the question “*What color is your vehicle*?” would be located in the ________.

A) conscious; unconscious
B) ego; unconscious
C) unconscious; preconscious
D) unconscious; id
E) *CONSCIOUS*; *PRECONSCIOUS*

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CONSCIOUS; PRECONSCIOUS
When Nancy was five years old, *she found her sister floating face down in the family swimming pool*. She was highly traumatized by the event. As a young adult, however, *she does not seem aware that she was the one to actually find her sister*. According to the psychoanalytic theory, this information would likely be located in

A) the ego.
B) the conscious.
C) her preconscious.
D) the superego.
E) *HER UNCONSCIOUS*.

E) HER UNCONSCIOUS.
Sixteen-year-old Evan is referred to *as a perfectionist* by his friends and family. Neither his parents nor his teachers put pressure on him because they all know Evan seems to be the *most critical of himself*. According to Freud, Evan likely

A) has a strong id.
B) has a fixation that occurred during the oral stage.
C) has yet to resolve the Oedipus complex.
D) HAS A *STRONG SUPEREGO*.
E) has an issue that developed during the genital stage.

D) HAS A STRONG SUPEREGO
According to the psychoanalytic theory, the structure of personality that operates on the *pleasure principle* is the

A) superego.
B) ego ideal.
C) conscience.
D) *ID*.
E) ego.

D) ID.
According to the psychoanalytic theory, the structure of personality that operates on the *reality principle* is the

A) *EGO*.
B) id.
C) ego ideal.
D) superego.
E) conscience.

A) EGO.
The ________ is to the *pleasure principle* whereas the ________ is to the *reality principle*.

A) ego ideal; conscience
B) id; superego
C) superego; ego
D) superego; conscious
E) *ID; EGO*

E) ID; EGO
Having a *strong need for everything* in its place may be a reflection of a(n)

A) weak superego.
B) overextended id.
C) strong ego.
D) weak subconscious.
E) *STRONG SUPEREGO*.

E) STRONG SUPEREGO.
Since the ________ is the *rational part of the personality*, it sometimes plays referee between the wishes if the ________ and the ________.

A) superego; id; ego
B) ego; conscious; id
C) id; superego; ego
D) unconscious; id; ego ideal
E) *EGO*; *ID*; *SUPEREGO*

E) EGO; ID; SUPEREGO
The *superego is* made up of the ________ and ________.

A) unconscious; libido
B) *EGO IDEAL*; *CONSCIENCE*
C) id; ego ideal
D) conscious; preconscious
E) conscience; unconscious

B) EGO IDEAL; CONSCIENCE
According to the psychoanalytic theory, all of Kendra’s behaviors (both ones for which she has been *punished* and ones for which she has been *praised*) reside

A) all of these are correct.
B) *WITHIN HER SUPEREGO*.
C) solely within her conscious.
D) within her id.
E) within her ego.

B) WITHIN HER SUPEREGO.
Strategies *used by the ego to help reduce the anxiety* caused by too much conflict between the id and superego are called

A) drives.
B) the psychosexual stages.
C) *DEFENSE MECHANISMS*.
D) archetypes.
E) fixations.

C) DEFENSE MECHANISMS.
Peter finally got up the courage to see a therapist after struggling with depression. When discussing his issues with his psychoanalytic therapist, Peter told his therapist that he was sexually assaulted by his previous college roommate. Though *Peter was aware that the assault took place, he could not remember any of the painful details of the situation*. Which of the following is Peter’s therapist likely to say?

A) “PETER, YOU ARE LIKELY EXPERIENCING REPRESSION. ONCE WE WORK THROUGH THE PAINFUL DETAILS OF THAT TRAUMATIC EVENT, YOUR DEPRESSION WILL LIFT AND YOU WILL FEEL MUCH BETTER.”
B) “Peter, you are likely experiencing a fixation from the unsuccessful resolution of the Oedipus complex.”
C) “If you cannot remember the details, Peter, they are probably lost forever from your mind. They really are not that important anyway.”
D) “Peter, don’t worry about not remembering the painful details. They are better off left alone.”
E) “Those details serve no importance in the type of therapy I provide. We will just work to reduce the symptoms of your depression.”

A) “PETER, YOU ARE LIKELY EXPERIENCING REPRESSION. ONCE WE WORK THROUGH THE PAINFUL DETAILS OF THAT TRAUMATIC EVENT, YOUR DEPRESSION WILL LIFT AND YOU WILL FEEL MUCH BETTER.”
*Unsuccessful resolution* of any of the stages of psychosexual development will likely result in

A) psychological health.
B) poor parenting.
C) a strong ego.
D) the development of archetypes.
E) *THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FIXATION*.

E) THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FIXATION.
*Too little gratification* during the anal stage may result in ________ whereas an *overindulgence* during the anal stage may result in ________.

A) rebelliousness; hostility
B) sarcasm; aggression
C) messiness; orderliness
D) flirtatiousness; pride
E) *EXCESSIVE CLEANLINESS*; *MESSINESS*

E) EXCESSIVE CLEANLINESS; MESSINESS
According to Freud, ________ occurs *during the latency stage* of psychosexual development.

A) a resurfacing of sexual impulses
B) the Oedipus complex
C) *A PERIOD OF SEXUAL CALM*
D) identification with the same sex parent
E) toilet training

C) A PERIOD OF SEXUAL CALM
Identification with the *same sex parent* occurs during the ________ stage of psychosexual development.

A) anal
B) genital
C) *PHALLIC*
D) latency
E) oral

C) PHALLIC
According to the psychosexual stages of development, *sexual curiosity* occurs during the ________ stage of psychosexual development.

A) genital
B) latency
C) oral
D) anal
E) *PHALLIC*

E) PHALLIC
According to the psychosexual stages of development, the establishment of *mature*, *sexual relationships* occurs in the ________ stage.

A) latency
B) phallic
C) anal
D) oral
E) *GENITAL*

E) GENITAL
According to the psychoanalytic theory, *successful resolution of the Oedipus complex* leads to

A) *A LITTLE BOY’S IDENTIFICATION WITH HIS FATHER AND REPRESSION OF A LITTLE BOY’S SEXUAL FEELINGS TOWARDS HIS MOTHER ONLY*.
B) none of these.
C) repression of a little boy’s sexual feelings towards his mother.
D) a little boy’s identification with his father.
E) penis envy.

A) A LITTLE BOY’S IDENTIFICATION WITH HIS FATHER AND REPRESSION OF A LITTLE BOY’S SEXUAL FEELINGS TOWARDS HIS MOTHER ONLY.
The *notions of archetypes*, the *personal unconscious*, and the *collective unconscious* are the work of

A) Carl Rogers.
B) *CARL JUNG*.
C) Raymond Cattell.
D) Costa and McCrae.
E) Karen Horney.

B) CARL JUNG.
According to Carl Jung, the idea that *ALL HUMANS EVERYWHERE CARE FOR THEIR YOUNG* would be found within the

A) notion of reciprocal determinism.
B) *COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS*.
C) personal unconscious.
D) ego functioning.
E) idea of the internal locus of control.

B) COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS.
Alfred Adler’s theory is called ________ because of the emphasis on the *uniqueness of the person*.

A) the trait theory
B) neurotic psychology
C) holistic psychology
D) *INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY*
E) analytical psychology

D) INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY
While growing up, *CHUCK DID NOT RECEIVE MUCH ENCOURAGEMENT FROM HIS CARETAKERS* and thus never developed a strong drive for superiority. As a result, Chuck will likely develop ________ based on Adler’s theory of individual psychology.

A) a fixation
B) penis envy
C) conditions of worth
D) negative archetypes
E) FEELINGS OF *INFERIORITY*

E) FEELINGS OF INFERIORITY
All of the following are true of Karen Horney *EXCEPT*

A) she felt personality developed over an entire lifetime.
B) she believed that in order to be psychologically healthy, individuals must overcome the irrational need for perfection.
C) she rejected the idea of penis envy.
D) she believed that cultural and environmental variables were important in the development of personality.
E) *SHE REJECTED THE IDEA THAT EARLY EXPERIENCES PLAYED A ROLE IN LATER PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT*.

E) SHE REJECTED THE IDEA THAT EARLY EXPERIENCES PLAYED A ROLE IN LATER PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT.
Which of the following pairings is correct?

A) Julian Rotter- reciprocal determinism
B) Albert Bandura- collective unconscious
C) Gordon Allport- individual psychology
D) Karen Horney- archetypes
E) *CARL ROGERS- CONDITIONS OF WORTH*

E) CARL ROGERS- CONDITIONS OF WORTH
Which of the following is *NOT A CHARACTERISTIC IN SELF-ACTUALIZING* individuals?

A) Autonomy
B) The ability to accurately judge the honest from the dishonest
C) Effective personal relationships
D) Frequent peak experiences
E) *PERSONAL STRIFE*

E) PERSONAL STRIFE
Lulu’s parents have told her that *as long as she becomes a doctor*, *they will pay for her schooling*. Lulu, *however*, really *wants to become a chemistry teacher*. Lulu’s parents have established

A) an external locus of control.
B) *CONDITIONS OF WORTH*.
C) an internal locus of control.
D) a high degree of self-efficacy.
E) unconditional positive regard.

B) CONDITIONS OF WORTH.
The notion that “*I’ll feel warmly toward you and respect you ONLY IF*…” suggests

A) a weak superego.
B) unconditional positive regard.
C) a peak experience is in the making.
D) *CONDITIONS OF WORTH*.
E) reciprocal determinism.

D) CONDITIONS OF WORTH.
Creating an environment *WHERE SOMEONE IS ACCEPTED AND NOT JUDGED*, *NO MATTER WHAT*, exemplifies

A) conditions of worth.
B) an internal locus of control.
C) reciprocal determinism.
D) UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD.
E) a peak experience.

D) UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD.
Kito has just begun the process of therapy with a new therapist. Compared to his previous therapist, this new one seems to create an *ATMOSPHERE OF ACCEPTANCE AND NONJUDGEMENT NO MATTER WHAT HE SAYS IN THERAPY*. Because of this, Kito is willing to share much more than he ever has before. It is clear that Kito’s new therapist is utilizing ________ to establish a safe therapeutic environment.

A) feminine psychology
B) *UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD*
C) the psychoanalytic theory
D) conditions of worth
E) self-actualization

B) UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD
________ created *person-centered therapy* in an effort to *help individuals* become ________.

A) Sigmund Freud; free of defense mechanisms
B) Carl Jung; a part of a collectivist society
C) *CARL ROGERS; FULLY FUNCTIONING PEOPLE*
D) Carl Rogers; at peace with respect to their id, ego, and superego functioning
E) Abraham Maslow; fully functioning people

C) CARL ROGERS; FULLY FUNCTIONING PEOPLE
*Conditions of worth* are to ________ as *fixations* are to ________.

A) *CARL ROGERS*; *SIGMUND FREUD*
B) Abraham Maslow; Carl Jung
C) Julian Rotter; Karen Horney
D) Albert Bandura; Sigmund Freud
E) Raymond Cattell; Carl Jung

A) CARL ROGERS; SIGMUND FREUD
Which of the following is the common thread between the psychoanalytic theory and the humanistic theory?

A) Both theories offer a stage-like sequence of development in an effort to explain personality development.
B) Both theories study the positive aspects of individuals such as cooperation and acceptance of others.
C) Both theories discuss the importance of unconscious drives.
D) Both theories maintain that individuals are driven by sexual and aggressive impulses.
E) *BOTH THEORIES ARE DIFFICULT TO TEST OUT FROM A SCIENTIFIC STANDPOINT*.

E) BOTH THEORIES ARE DIFFICULT TO TEST OUT FROM A SCIENTIFIC STANDPOINT.
Malik and Tarek are brothers who live in Michigan. They both enjoy winter because of all the activities that are available to them. *MALIK PREFERS TO SKI, AND ONLY SKI, WHEREAS TAREK LIKES TO TRY ANY WINTER SPORT SUCH AS SKIING, SNOWBOARDING, ICE FISHING*, and the like. Based on this information, Malik and Tarek differ on which of the factors of the five-factor theory?

A) Activity level
B) Neuroticism
C) Agreeableness
D) *OPENNESS*
E) Extroversion

D) OPENNESS
Which of the following terms is *NOT considered as one of the Big Five*?

A) Neuroticism
B) Agreeableness
C) Extroversion
D) Conscientiousness
E) *SOCIABILITY*

E) SOCIABILITY
*SHY AND RESERVED* fall within the ________ factor of the five-factor theory; *OUTGOING AND SOCIABLE* describe the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) openness to experience; sociability
B) neuroticism; extroversion
C) *EXTROVERSION*; *EXTROVERSION*
D) conscientiousness; neuroticism
E) extroversion; conscientiousness

C) EXTROVERSION; EXTROVERSION
*LACIE IS KNOWN TO MOST AS OUTGOING AND PERSONABLE*. She feels comfortable in a group of people and has never really been described as shy in any situation. Which factor of the five-factor theory best relates to this scenario?

A) Conscientiousness
B) Agreeableness
C) *EXTROVERSION*
D) Neuroticism
E) Openness to experience

C) EXTROVERSION
The degree to which *ONE HANDLES EMOTION* refers to the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) conscientiousness
B) agreeableness
C) extroversion
D) *NEUROTICISM*
E) openness to experience

D) NEUROTICISM
*Bill is* described by all as the *MOST EVEN*-*TEMPERED*, *STABLE MAN* they have ever met. Bill would likely score ________ on the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) *LOW*; *NEUROTICISM*
B) low; openness to experience
C) high; agreeableness
D) high; neuroticism
E) high; extroversion

A) LOW; NEUROTICISM
Jacquez has been described as a “*NERVOUS NELLIE*” AND “*WORRY WART*” by those who know him. Jacquez’s seemingly emotional instability would likely score ________ on the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) low; neuroticism
B) low; extroversion
C) low; conscientiousness
D) *HIGH*; *NEUROTICISM*
E) high; sociability

D) HIGH; NEUROTICISM
*DEPENDABLE AND RELIABLE* describe the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) sociability
B) openness to experience
C) extroversion
D) *CONSCIENTIOUSNESS*
E) agreeableness

D) CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
Lao went on vacation for a week with her family. Prior to leaving, she asked her neighbor to house sit for her. *WHILE SHE WAS AWAY*, *THE NEIGHBOR HAD A PARTY AT LAO’S HOUSE*. By the end of the night, some of Lao’s belongings were ruined and the police eventually came to break up the get together. The behavior of Lao’s neighbor could be BEST described by the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) *CONSCIENTIOUSNESS*
B) neuroticism
C) agreeableness
D) sociability
E) openness to experience

A) CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
*IRRESPONSIBILITY AND CARELESSNESS* fall within the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) *CONSCIENTIOUSNESS*
B) negligent
C) openness to experience
D) neuroticism
E) extroversion

A) CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
*FRIENDLY*, *NICE*, AND *COOPERATIVE* are descriptors of the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) conscientiousness
B) sociability
C) openness to experience
D) *AGREEABLENESS*
E) extroversion

D) AGREEABLENESS
*UNPLEASANT*, *AGGRESSIVE*, AND *HOSTILE* describe a ________ score on the ________ factor of the five-factor theory.

A) high; agreeableness
B) high conscientiousness
C) low; extroversion
D) *LOW*; *AGREEABLENESS*
E) low; conscientiousness

D) LOW; AGREEABLENESS
*Salvatore has been* described by his classmates AS *ARGUMENTATIVE*, *DEFIANT*, AND *UNPLEASANT* to be around. If these characteristics had to be summed up in one of the factors of the Big Five, which would it be?

A) Conscientiousness
B) *AGREEABLENESS*
C) Neuroticism
D) Openness to experience
E) Oppositionality

B) AGREEABLENESS
*KATRINA AND CARLA ARE TWIN SISTERS* of the fraternal type. They have different groups of friends, different interests, and different personalities. *KATRINA IS* DESCRIBED AS *OPPOSITIONAL*, *OFFENSIVE*, AND *UNFRIENDLY* WHEREAS *CARLA IS DESCRIBED AS WARM*, *PLEASANT*, AND *GOOD-NATURED*. These twins differ on the ________ factor of the five-factor model.

A) openness to experience
B) neuroticism
C) extroversion
D) conscientiousness
E) *AGREEABLENESS*

E) AGREEABLENESS
*CHRISTINA BELIEVES FIRMLY THAT IF SHE WANTS GOOD THINGS TO COME HER WAY, SHE MUST WORK FOR THEM* to the extent that she can. For this reason, she is volunteering her time at the local food bank. In addition, she is studying extra hard in school in an effort to be admitted into the prestigious social work program she is interested in attending. Christina is demonstrating

A) an external locus of control.
B) reciprocal determinism.
C) low self-efficacy.
D) unconditional positive regard.
E) AN *INTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL*.

E) AN INTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL.
*MERRISSA BELIEVES THAT GETTING A GOOD JOB AFTER COLLEGE IS ALL ABOUT THE CONNECTIONS* someone has in addition to being in the right place at the right time. Merrissa also believes that if a person doesn’t get the job he/she wants, it just was not meant to be. Merrissa is demonstrating

A) unconditional positive regard.
B) AN *INTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL*.
C) a belief in the collective unconscious.
D) an external locus of control.
E) high self-efficacy.

B) AN INTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL.
________ is a tool used in psychology and psychiatry in which AN *INDIVIDUAL ANSWERS QUESTIONS ABOUT HIS/HER BEHAVIORS*, *THOUGHTS*, AND *FEELINGS*; it is then scored using a highly standardized procedure thereby YIELDING DIMENSIONS OF THE INDIVIDUAL’S PERSONALITY.

A) *AN INVENTORY*
B) The rating scale approach
C) The unstructured interview
D) The TAT
E) The Rorschach

A) AN INVENTORY
The *most widely used* personality inventory is the

A) TAT.
B) Rorschach Inkblot Method.
C) MBTI.
D) *MMPI*-*2*.
E) CPI.

D) MMPI-2.
When an *INDIVIDUAL WORKS TO CREATE A PARTICULAR IMAGE BY CAREFULLY CONTROLLING HIS OR HER BEHAVIOR* in an effort to create that image, ________ has been utilized.

A) the 16PF
B) primary image processing
C) the NEO-PI
D) the behavioral assessment
E) *IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT*

E) IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT
*JERROD’S TYPICAL ATTIRE IS THAT OF BAGGY JEANS DECORATED WITH CHAINS*, *T*-*SHIRTS WITH SOMETIMES INAPPROPRIATE PHRASES ON THEM*, AND *BLACK NAIL POLISH*. He has recently graduated from college with an engineering degree and is now looking for a job. After sending out many resumes, he received three calls for interviews. Two of the interviews are with large automotive companies whereas the third is with a small, independent engineering firm. In order to increase his likelihood of getting hired, Jerrod should

A) wear a suit and lose the nail polish for the smaller company, but be himself for the large companies.
B) *MANAGE THE IMPRESSION HE MAKES ON ALL OF THE COMPANIES BY WEARING A SUIT, REMOVING THE NAIL POLISH, AND PRESENTING THE MOST PROFESSIONAL APPEARANCE HE CAN*.
C) realize that the companies, whether large or small, are only interested in his work, not his appearance.
D) wear a suit and lose the nail polish for the large companies, but be himself for the smaller company.
E) be himself and not worry about the image he is presenting.

B) MANAGE THE IMPRESSION HE MAKES ON ALL OF THE COMPANIES BY WEARING A SUIT, REMOVING THE NAIL POLISH, AND PRESENTING THE MOST PROFESSIONAL APPEARANCE HE CAN.
*BETHANY HAS JUST BEEN CONTACTED BY THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT OF A LARGE INVESTMENT FIRM TO SET UP A JOB INTERVIEW*. *ALTHOUGH SHE KNOWS VERY LITTLE ABOUT THE COMPANY*, she is both nervous and excited for the interview. Which of the following should Bethany engage in with respect to the interview?

A) She should send a thank you letter to the individual who interviewed her.
B) Bethany should do research on the company so she is knowledgeable about what the firm is all about.
C) *BETHANY SHOULD PERFORM ALL OF THESE TO PUT HER IN THE BEST POSITION TO GET THE JOB*.
D) She should have a few questions prepared for the interviewer that she can ask during the interview.
E) She should practice interviewing with someone prior to the actual interview so she can feel more confident with the interview process.

C) BETHANY SHOULD PERFORM ALL OF THESE TO PUT HER IN THE BEST POSITION TO GET THE JOB.
Which of the following is *TRUE WHEN COMPARING THE *MMPI*-*2* WITH THE *CPI*?

A) All of these are true.
B) BOTH ARE CONSIDERED PERSONALITY INVENTORIES.
C) Both have very little research supporting their validity.
D) None of these are true.
E) Both are used to assess psychological disorders.

B) BOTH ARE CONSIDERED PERSONALITY INVENTORIES.
Which of the following *YIELDS TEN CLINICAL SCALES* and is effective at determining truthfulness of the test-takers responses?

A) *MMPI*-*2*
B) TAT
C) MBTI
D) 16PF
E) CPI

A) MMPI-2
*MATEEN WORKS AT A CLINIC THAT PROVIDES SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING* to individuals in need. Which of the following *INVENTORIES WOULD BE MOST USEFUL* to him in assisting the individuals he counsels?

A) MBTI
B) *MMPI*-*2*
C) 16PF
D) California Personality Inventory
E) Rorschach Inkblot Method

B) MMPI-2
Tso is a high level executive at a large corporation. *SHE IS ULTIMATELY THE DECISION MAKER WHEN IT COMES TO THE PROMOTING AND HIRING OF EMPLOYEES*. Which of the following would be MOST useful and helpful in assisting Tso with those important decisions?

A) Connors Rating Scales
B) Rorschach Inkblot Method
C) MMPI-2
D) TAT
E)*CPI*

E) CPI
Which of the following is based on *THE PERSONALITY THEORY OF CARL JUNG*?

A) *MYERS*-*BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR*
B) 16PF
C) California Personality Inventory
D) Thematic Apperception Test
E) Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

A) MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR
All of the following are true of projective tests EXCEPT

A) *THEY ARE CONSIDERED COMPLETELY OBJECTIVE*.
B) they serve to tap into the unconscious.
C) all of these are true.
D) the answers can be anything.
E) there are no right or wrong answers.

A) THEY ARE CONSIDERED COMPLETELY OBJECTIVE.
*JAQUE IS A PSYCHOANALYTIC THERAPIST*. Which of the following personality tests would he find most useful?

A) CPI
B) MBTI
C) ANY PROJECTIVE TEST
D) *any rating scale*
E) MMPI-2

C) ANY PROJECTIVE TEST
*ANDRE WAS GIVEN TEN CARDS* to look at by his therapist and was asked what they might be. Although it was clear to Andre that the stimuli were actually symmetrical inkblots, he was *ABLE TO THINK OF MANY RESPONSES TO EACH CARD*. Andre was likely given the

A) TAT.
B) *RORSCHACH*.
C) CPI.
D) MMPI-2.
E) 16PF.

B) RORSCHACH.
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