MC UTS FINALS
  • 1.
    Philosophy derived from Greek words “Philos” & “Sophia” w/c literally means _________________
  • 2. internal desires
A) EGO
B) SUPEREGO
C) ID
  • 3. reality
A) EGO
B) ID
C) SUPEREGO
  • 4. conscience
A) EGO
B) SUPEREGO
C) ID
  • 5. changeable, transient & imperfect. The body belongs to this realm
A) Physical Realm
B) Ideal Realm
  • 6. unchanging, eternal & immortal. The soul belongs to this realm
A) Physical Realm
B) Ideal Realm
  • 7. Rational Soul
A) Appetitive Soul
B) Spirited Soul
C) Rational Soul
  • 8. emotion & passion
A) Rational Soul
B) Spirited Soul
C) Appetitive Soul
  • 9. basic needs
A) Appetitive Soul
B) Rational Soul
C) Spirited Soul
  • 10. physical body that can grow
A) Sentient
B) Rational
C) Vegetative
  • 11. sensual desires, feelings & emotions
A) Sentient
B) Vegetative
C) Rational
  • 12. what makes a human, includes the intellect that makes man know & understand things.
A) Sentient
B) Vegetative
C) Rational
  • 13. THREE PARTS OF PERSONALITY

    – it consist of the body’s primitive biological drives and urges which are concerned only with achieving pleasure and self-satisfaction.
A) Ego
B) Superego
C) Id
  • 14. THREE PARTS OF PERSONALITY

    – It is the “I” part of the individual that gives him/her the sense of his/her identity.
A) Id
B) Superego
C) Ego
  • 15. THREE PARTS OF PERSONALITY

    – It is the part of the personality concerned with morals, precepts, standards, and ideas.
A) Id
B) Superego
C) Ego
  • 16.
    FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT

    - the infant's primary source of interaction occurs through the mouth, so the rooting and sucking reflex is especially important. The mouth is vital for eating, and the infant derives pleasure from oral stimulation through gratifying activities such as tasting and sucking.
A) ANAL
B) GENITAL
C) ORAL
D) PHALLIC
E) LATENCY
  • 17.
    FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT

    – the primary focus is on controlling bladder and bowel movements. The major conflict at this stage is toilet training—the child has to learn to control their bodily needs. Developing this control leads to a sense of accomplishment and independence.
A) GENITAL
B) PHALLIC
C) LATENCY
D) ANAL
  • 18.
    FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT

    – the primary focus is on the genitals. At this age, children also begin to discover the differences between males and females.
A) ANAL
B) PHALLIC
C) GENITAL
D) LATENCY
  • 19.
    FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT

    – the superego continues to develop while the id's energies are suppressed. Children develop social skills, values and relationships with peers and adults outside of the family.
A) LATENCY
B) PHALLIC
C) ANAL
D) GENITAL
  • 20.
    FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT

    – the individual develops a strong sexual interest in the opposite sex. This stage begins during puberty but last throughout the rest of a person's life.
A) GENITAL
B) ANAL
C) PHALLIC
D) LATENCY
  • 21.
    According to Marcel Mauss, every self has two faces:

    - refers to a person’s sense of who he is, is body, & his basic identity, his biological givenness. Person’s basic entity
A) Moi
B) Personne
  • 22.
    According to Marcel Mauss, every self has two faces:

    - composed of social concepts of what it means to be who is. It has much to do w/ what it means to live in a particular institution, nationality, & how to behave given expectations & influences from others
A) Personne
B) Moi
  • 23. is the inclusive study of the human race, it’s culture & society, & it’s physical development.
  • 24. scientific study of human life, social grps., whole societies & human world whose subject matter is our own behavior as social beings in the relationship w/ many people
  • 25. is one of these loci of the self that is subject to alteration, change and development.
  • 26. ✓ The Self is distinct from other selves
A) Self as INDEPENDENT
B) Self as CONSISTENT
C) Self as PRIVATE
D) Self as SEPARATE
E) Self as UNITARY
  • 27. ✓ The Self is always unique and has its own identity
A) Self as CONSISTENT
B) Self as INDEPENDENT
C) Self as PRIVATE
D) Self as UNITARY
E) Self as SEPARATE
  • 28. ✓ One cannot be another person
A) Self as UNITARY
B) Self as PRIVATE
C) Self as INDEPENDENT
D) Self as SEPARATE
E) Self as CONSISTENT
  • 29. ✓ The self in itself can exist
A) Self as UNITARY
B) Self as PRIVATE
C) Self as CONSISTENT
D) Self as SEPARATE
E) Self as INDEPENDENT
  • 30. ✓ In its distinctness it allows to be self-contained
    with its own thoughts, characteristics, and volition
A) Self as UNITARY
B) Self as SEPARATE
C) Self as PRIVATE
D) Self as CONSISTENT
E) Self as INDEPENDENT
  • 31. ✓ It does not require other selves for it to exist
A) Self as PRIVATE
B) Self as CONSISTENT
C) Self as UNITARY
D) Self as SEPARATE
E) Self as INDEPENDENT
  • 32. ✓ Has a personality that is enduring and therefore
    can be expected to persist for quite some time.
A) Self as PRIVATE
B) Self as UNITARY
C) Self as CONSISTENT
D) Self as INDEPENDENT
E) Self as SEPARATE
  • 33. ✓ Its consistency, therefore, allows it to be studied, described, and measured.
A) Self as UNITARY
B) Self as SEPARATE
C) Self as INDEPENDENT
D) Self as PRIVATE
E) Self as CONSISTENT
  • 34. ✓ Center of all experiences and thoughts that run a person.
A) Self as INDEPENDENT
B) Self as PRIVATE
C) Self as UNITARY
D) Self as CONSISTENT
E) Self as SEPARATE
  • 35. ✓ It is like the chief command post in an individual where all processes, emotions, and thoughts converge.
A) Self as CONSISTENT
B) Self as PRIVATE
C) Self as INDEPENDENT
D) Self as SEPARATE
E) Self as UNITARY
  • 36. ✓ Each person sorts out information, feelings and emotions, and thought processes within the Self.
A) Self as SEPARATE
B) Self as INDEPENDENT
C) Self as PRIVATE
D) Self as CONSISTENT
  • 37. ✓ The whole process is never accessible to anyone but the Self.
A) Self as SEPARATE
B) Self as UNITARY
C) Self as INDEPENDENT
D) Self as CONSISTENT
E) Self as PRIVATE
  • 38. ✓ Self is always changing and dynamic, allowing external influences to take part in its shaping.
A) Self as CONSISTENT
B) Self as UNITARY
C) Self as INDEPENDENT
D) Self as SEPARATE
E) Self as PRIVATE
  • 39. the capability of using one’s knowledge about the world to make decisions in novel situations.
  • 40. the persona you use when you’re online.
A) •SOCIAL IDENTITY
B) •PERSONAL IDENTITY
C) •DIGITAL SELF
  • 41. interpersonal level of self w/c differentiates the individual as unique from others
A) •ONLINE IDENTITY
B) •PERSONAL IDENTITY
C) •DIGITAL SELF
D) •SOCIAL IDENTITY
  • 42. level of self whereby the individual is identified by his/her group memberships
A) •ONLINE IDENTITY
B) •SOCIAL IDENTITY
C) •DIGITAL SELF
D) •PERSONAL IDENTITY
  • 43. sum of characteristics and interactions represented.
A) •SOCIAL IDENTITY
B) •PERSONAL IDENTITY
C) •DIGITAL SELF
D) •ONLINE IDENTITY
  • 44. lack of restraint one feels when communicating online.
  • 45. refers to how people attempt to present themselves to control or shape how others (called the audience) view them.
  • 46. refers to the controlled presentation of information abt all sort of things, including info abt other people/events.
  • 47. TYPES OF SELF-PRESENTATION
    aim to create an image consistent w/ the way we view ourselves
A) Tactical
B) Authentic
C) Ideal
  • 48. TYPES OF SELF-PRESENTATION
    aims to establish an image consistent w/ what we wish we were
A) Authentic
B) Tactical
C) Ideal
  • 49. TYPES OF SELF-PRESENTATION
    aims to establish a public image consistent w/ what others or want or expect us to be.
A) Ideal
B) Authentic
C) Tactical
  • 50. -
    study of social relationships or interaction with others.
  • 51. refers to the mutual and reciprocal exchange of communication or action between two or more persons or groups.
A) Person Perception
B) interaction
C) Social Norms
D) relationship
E) Norms
  • 52. refers to a particular way in which two or more individuals, groups, or even countries talk to, behave toward, or deal with each other
A) Norms
B) relationship
C) Person Perception
D) interaction
E) Social Norms
  • 53. refers to forming impressions and making judgments about another person’s likability after seeing or meeting him/her.
A) interaction
B) Norms
C) relationship
D) Social Norms
E) Person Perception
  • 54. are patterns or traits characterized as typical or usual for a group. Other terms associated with norms are “average” and “normal.”
A) Person Perception
B) Social Norms
C) Norms
D) relationship
E) interaction
  • 55. refer to spoken and unspoken rules for behaving in particular situations
A) relationship
B) Person Perception
C) Norms
D) interaction
E) Social Norms
  • 56. the performance of each individual member of the group is improved.
A) Social Loafing
B) Social Facilitation
C) •CONFORMITY
D) •Social Roles
  • 57. working or being with a group may also reduce individual effort.
A) Social Facilitation
B) •CONFORMITY
C) •Social Roles
D) Social Loafing
  • 58. refers to yielding to group pressure to act as everyone does, even when no direct request has been made.
A) •Social Roles
B) •CONFORMITY
C) Social Loafing
D) Social Facilitation
  • 59. specify the part or position of a person in society. It also specifies behavior expected to be exhibited by an individual in practicing his/her role.
A) •CONFORMITY
B) Social Loafing
C) •Social Roles
D) Social Facilitation
  • 60. refers to being comfortable with another person and is a necessary condition for a close relationship to develop.
A) Familiarity
B) Love
C) Attraction
  • 61. may lead to deeper relationships
A) Attraction
B) Familiarity
C) Love
  • 62. is a special attachment one has for himself/herself or for somebody else
A) Attraction
B) Familiarity
C) Love
  • 63. -
    These are beliefs that predispose people to act and feel in certain ways towards people, objects, or ideas.
  • 64. generalizations in which the same traits or characteristics are assumed to be possessed by all members of a group.
  • 65. How Attitudes Originate
    – people develop positive and negative attitudes towards certain object of a direct experience with it.
A) First-hand experience
B) Account by others
  • 66. How Attitudes Originate
    – attitudes are also learned from others through modeling and reinforcement
A) Account by others
B) First-hand experience
  • 67. The Triangular Theory of Love is by...
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