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Topic: Theories of Personality Development

1. According to Freud, the first organ to provide an infant with pleasure is


a. Anus c. Nose
b. Mouth d. Breast

2. A period where children receive satisfaction by destroying or losing objects.


a. Latency Period c. Genital Period
b. Late Anal Period d. Early Anal Period

3. The phase where the genital area becomes the leading erogenous zone.
a. Anal Phase c. Phallic Phase
b. Oral Phase d. Genital Phase

4. Sexual desires for the mother and hostility for the father.
a. Oedipus Complex c. Castration Complex
b. Electra Complex d. Mega Complex

5. A stage attained after a person has passed through the earlier developmental periods in an ideal
manner.
a. Latency Period c. Psychological Maturity
b. Genital Period d. Puberty

6. The time of incorporation, with infants ‘taking in’ not only through their mouth but through their
various senses.
a. Infancy c. Play Age
b. Early Childhood d. School Age

7. Young children receive pleasure not only from mastering the sphincter muscle.
a. Infancy c. Play Age
b. Early Childhood d. School Age

8. The social world of children is expanding beyond family to include peers.


a. Infancy c. Play Age
b. Early Childhood d. School Age

9. It is the period from puberty to young adulthood.


a. Young adulthood c. Early childhood
b. Adolescence d. Adulthood
10. It can be the time of joy, playfulness, and wonder; but it is also a time of senility, depression, and despair.
a. Play age c. School Age
b. Adulthood d. Old age

11. It is the term Adler used to refer to the flavour of a person’s life.
a. Style of life c. Social Interest
b. Adulthood d. Creative power

12. Adler believes that individual psychology holds that everyone begins life with physical deficiencies that activates
feelings of inferiority.
a. Striving for success or superiority c. Unified and self-consistent
b. Social interest d. Creative power
13. It means a feeling of oneness with the humanity.
a. Causality c. Gemeinschaftsgefὕhl
b. Organ Dialect d. Teleology
14. It is a dynamic concept implying movement, and this movement is the most salient characteristics of life.
a. Striving for success or superiority c. Unified and self-consistent
b. Social interest d. Creative power

15. Adler stress his beliefs that each person is unique and indivisible.
a. Striving for success or superiority c. Unified and self-consistent
b. Social interest d. Creative power

16. In this stage, the children get increased intellectual abilities and motor coordination.
a. Sensorimotor stage c. Concrete Operational Stage
b. Preoperational Stage d. Formal Operational stage.
17. This is the time where learning widens, children start to enter school and ambiguous or tenuous concepts during
childhood become specific and concrete.
a. Sensorimotor stage c. Concrete Operational Stage
b. Preoperational Stage d. Formal Operational stage
18. In this stage the muscle coordination of the babies are develop.
a. Sensorimotor stage c. Concrete Operational Stage
b. Preoperational Stage d. Formal Operational stage.
19. At this stage, an individual reaches the age ranging from eleven to the time before death.
a. Sensorimotor stage c. Concrete Operational Stage
b. Preoperational Stage d. Formal Operational stage.
20. This cognitive stage starts from the birth to second year of an individual’s life.
a. Sensorimotor stage c. Concrete Operational Stage
b. Preoperational Stage d. Formal Operational stage.
21. A child hiding a cookie so he doesn't have to share it with the other kids is in
a. the first conventional stage (stage three) c. the second conventional stage (stage four)
b. the second pre-conventional stage (stage two) d. the first post-conventional stage (stage five )

22. A child not stealing a cookie for fear of being punished is in


a. the second conventional stage (stage four) c. the first conventional stage (stage three)
b. the first pre-conventional stage (stage one) d. the second pre-conventional stage (stage two)

23. A child who shares her lunch with a classmate who forgot his is in
a. the first conventional stage (stage three) c. the second pre-conventional stage (stage two)
b. the first post-conventional stage (stage five) d. the first post-conventional stage (stage five)

24. A child who refuses to help a classmate cheat is in


a. the first pre-conventional stage (stage one) c. the first post-conventional stage (stage five)
b. the second pre-conventional stage (stage two) d. the second conventional stage (stage four)

25. A person who breaks a law she perceives as unjust, such as civil-rights advocates did in the 1960s, is in
a. the first conventional stage (stage three) c. the first post-conventional stage (stage five)
b. the second conventional stage (stage four) d. the second pre-conventional stage (stage two)