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2. What are the three traits in the three-factor model of traits from faces?

  • Trustworthiness, dominance, youth-attractiveness
  • Youth-attractiveness, dominance, extraversion
  • Approachability, extraversion, openness
  • Emotional, conscientiousness, trustworthiness

3. Which of these is NOT a strength of Eysencks theory?

  • Theory is useful for everyday behaviours
  • Child version of the EPQ
  • Theory has significant applications to mental health
  • Cross-cultural EPQ validity

4. Which of these is NOT a recognised critique of Cattells 16PF?

  • 16PF research has been easily replicated
  • 16PF has been used in research
  • 16PF have good predictability
  • Internal consistency of some factors were low
  • The 16 factors COULD be reduced to 5

5. What is the main proposition of Eysencks theory of personality?

  • Personality traits are relatively stable and only reflect temperement
  • Fundamental traits are environmentally based, but biology influences how they are expressed
  • Fundamental traits are biologically based, but environment influences how they are expressed
  • Personality is based on the formation of the nervous system


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