TB7 SPA Lecture 2; The Trait Approach to Personality

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1. What did Eysenck propose neuroticism was related to?

  • The function of the nervous system
  • The structure of the nervous system
  • The reactivity of the nervous system (high)
  • The reactivity of the nervous system (low)
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2. Which of these is NOT a recognised critique of Cattells 16PF?

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

3. What were Goldberg et al's 5 features of personality (Trait descriptors)

  • Psychoticism, neuroticism, narcissism, extraversion, machiavellianism
  • Openness, extraversion, love, work, power
  • Love, work, affect, power, intellect
  • Openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, neuroticism

4. What are the levels in Eysencks Hierarchical model?

  • Trait level (e.g sociable), Habitual response (e.g talking to people), Specific response (e.g positive body language)
  • Specific response (e.g positive body language), Trait level (e.g sociable), Habitual response (e.g talking to people)
  • Surface level (e.g sociable), Primary response (e.g talking to people), Secondary response (e.g positive body language)
  • Surface level (e.g sociable), Primary response (e.g talking to people), Cardinal response (e.g positive body language)

5. What are the two traits in the two-factor model of traits from faces?

  • Trustworthiness, dominance
  • Dominance, youth-attractiveness
  • Approachability, dominance
  • Youth-attractiveness, trustworthiness

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