TB7 SPA Lecture 2; The Trait Approach to Personality

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: mint75
  • Created on: 28-12-15 14:40

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

  • Theory is useful for everyday behaviours
  • Theory has significant applications to mental health
  • Cross-cultural EPQ validity
  • Child version of the EPQ
1 of 20

Other questions in this quiz

2. What did male faces correlate with in research by Penton-Voak et al (2006)?

  • Conscientiousness and openness
  • Extraversion, neuroticism, openness
  • Only neuroticism
  • Only extraversion

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

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

4. What characterises an EMIC approach?

  • Projective and implicit tests
  • Personality terms found in native language
  • Child personality questionnaires
  • Translated personality questionnaires

5. What were the traits in Costa and McCraes Big 5 Model?

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


No comments have yet been made

Similar Psychology resources:

See all Psychology resources »See all TB7 SPA resources »