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Personality Theories: 5 Important MCQs For CTET (in Hindi)
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5 Questions On Personality Theories.

Yatharth Gairola
Hidden Gem Awardee (Unacademy Monthly Award). Sophomore @BITSPilani (330/450 in BITSAT). AIR-3493 in JEE-Mains. NSEA Qualified (AIR ~ 250)

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  1. The human body consists of five aspects, namely: physical, mental, moral, intellectual and spiritual. The total development of all these aspects physically strong, mentally balanced, morally sound, intellectually sharp and spiritually advanced is what is called the real personality.

  2. Which one Works on the Moral Principle: a) Id b) Ego c) Superego d) None Of these

  3. LL who gave the 16 Persona Facto,Model? n B. Gattel mon b) Siqmund revo c) E Erickson d) Amna Frevo

  4. Descriptors of Low Range Primary Factor Descriptors of High Range Reserve, impersonal, distant, cool, reserved, impersonal, detached, formal, aloof (Sizothymia) Warm, outgoing, attentive to others, kindly, easy going, participating, likes people (Affectothymia) Warmth Concrete thinking, lower general mental capacity, less intelligent, unable to handle abstract problems (Lower Scholastic Mental Capacity) Abstract-thinking, more intelligent, bright, higher general mental capacity, fast learner (Higher Scholastic Mental Capacity) Reasoning Reactive emotionally, changeable, affected byEmotional feelings, emotionally less stable, easily upset S (Lower Ego Strength) Emotionally stable, adaptive, mature, faces reality calm (Higher Ego Strength) Stability Deferential, cooperative, avoids conflict, submissive, humble, obedient, easily led, docile, Dominance accommodating (Submissiveness) Dominant, forceful, assertive, aggressive, competitive, stubborn, bossy (Dominance) Lively, animated, spontaneous, Serious, restrained, prudent, taciturn, introspective, silent (Desurgency) Liveliness enthsiastic, happy go lucky, cheerful, expressive, impulsive (Surgency Rule-conscious, dutiful, conscientious, Expedient, nonconforming, disregards rules, Rule self indulgent (Low Super Ego Strength) Consciousns ontorming, moralistic, staid, rule bound (High Super Ego Strength) Shy, threat-sensitive, timid, hesitant, intimidated (Threctia) Social Boldness Socially bold, venturesome, thick skinned, uninhibited (Parmia)

  5. Utilitarian, objective, unsentimental, tough Sensitive, aesthetic, sentimental, tender minded, intuitive, refined (Premsia) minded, self-reliant, no-nonsense, rough Sensitivity (Harria) Trusting, unsuspecting, accepting, unconditional, easy (Alaxia) Vigilant, suspicious, skeptical, distrustful, oppositional (Protension) Vigilance Grounded, practical, prosaic, solution orientated, steady, conventional (Praxernia) Abstract, imaginative, absent minded, impractical, absorbed in ideas (Autia) Abstractedness Forthright, genuine, artless, open, guileless naive, unpretentious, involved (Artlessness) Private, discreet, nondisclosing, shrewd polished, worldly, astute, diplomatic (Shrewdness) Privateness Self-Assured, unworried, complacent, secure free of guilt, confident, self satisfied (Untroubled) Apprehensive, self doubting, worried, guilt prone, insecure, worrying, self blaming (Guilt Proneness) Apprehension Open to change, experimental, liberal (Radicalism) Self-reliant, solitary, resourceful Sufficiency) Traditional, attached to familiar, conservative, respecting traditional ideas (Conservatism) to openness toanalytical, critical, free thinking, flexibility Change Group-oriented, affiliative, a joiner and follower dependent (Group Adherence) Self-Reliance individualistic, self sufficient (Self- Tolerated disorder, unexacting, flexible undisciplined, lax, self-conflict, impulsive, Perfectionism asver.control sey prentnentaicn Perfectionistic, organized, compulsive, self- disciplined, socially precise, exacting will careless of social rues, uncontrolled (Low Integration) Self-Concept Control) Relaxed, placid, tranquil, torpid, patient composed low drive (Low Ergic Tension) Tense, high energy, impatient, driven, frustrated, over wrought, time driven (High Ergic Tension) Tension

  6. 3 Wkicko the Hllouing is not an ch o example oj a dejense mechanis isplaceme,t Rationa lisation b) c) Sblimation d) Intxoversion

  7. What are ego Defense Mechanisms? . How our personality (ego) deals with unpleasant emotions and thoughts. . 8 Defense Mechanisms- tactics that reduce anxiety by distorting reality 1. Repression 2. Rationalization 3. Reaction formation 4. Projection 5. Regression 6. Displacement 7. Sublimation 8. Denial

  8. 24 Ideatity vs Role Cace Adalacane

  9. Approximate Age Psycho Social Crisis Infant 18 months Trust vs. Mistrust 18 months- 3 years 3- 5 years 5-13 years 13-21 years Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt Initiative vs. Guilt Industry vs. Inferiority Identity vs. Role Confusion Intimacy vs. Isolation Generativity vs. Stagnation Ego Integrity vs. Despair 21-39 years 40-65 years 65 and older

  10. s, Abraham. Mas low ave HL Huguy actua lisetion. Acc. 40 kim , t an 5 needs 1) Safety 2ykysiologicul 3 Self 4) Esteen 5) Love & Belonging cc. o him -actua IiSatton a) 1. 2, 3, 4,5 c) 2,, 5, 4.