Which of the following is a key factor in attachment according to Harlow's experiments with monkeys?
At what age does separation anxiety typically peak according to the text?
How many styles of attachment have been identified through the Strange Situation procedure?
What term is used to describe the mental representations of attachment relationships that infants develop?
What is the term used to describe the processes through which individuals come to learn the rules, beliefs, values, skills, attitudes, and behavior patterns of their society?
According to Freud's theory of psychodynamics, what determines behavior?
What are the basic human motives according to Freud's drive model?
Which stage in Freud's developmental model involves the resolution of the Oedipus complex?
According to Freud's structural model, what is the role of the superego?
Which defence mechanism involves attributing one's own unacceptable thoughts or feelings to someone else?
What do cognitive-social theories emphasize as important factors in personality?
Which of the following best describes the role of parental warmth and sensitivity in social development?
At what age does gender socialization typically begin?
What is perspective-taking?
What are gender schemas?
According to Kohlberg's stage theory, at which level of moral reasoning do individuals define right and wrong according to learned cultural standards?
Which theory of moral development suggests that guilt motivates people to obey their conscience?
Which of the following is NOT one of Eysenck's major factors of personality?
Which model of personality includes the factors of Honesty–Humility, Emotionality, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness to Experience?
What is the heritability range of personality traits?
According to Mischel's arguments, what activates personality processes?
What is the purpose of Rogers' person-centred approach?
Which approach to intelligence is theory-driven and draws on research in cognitive science?
According to Spearman's two-factor theory, what is the g-factor?
Which theory of intelligence distinguishes eight relatively independent and neurologically distinct types of intelligence?
What is emotional intelligence?
What does the heritability of IQ studies suggest?
What is the primary tool of the psychometric approach to intelligence?
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