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UTS-MIDTERM EXAMINATION

Quiz by Marielle Laureano

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50 questions
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  • Q1
    A Greek Philosopher who believed that there are three parts of the soul, namely, appetitive, rational and spirited.
    St. Augustine
    Plato
    Socrates
    Aristotle
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  • Q2
    He is famous for the phrase, "I think, therefore I am."
    John Locke
    Immanuel Kant
    Rene Descartes
    Sigmund Freud
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  • Q3
    When your ego gives in to your pleasurable demands, your superego may make you feel bad through guilt. In this situation, you are practicing your _____?
    conscience
    experience
    decision making
    rights
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  • Q4
    In developing the self, this is one of the stages where individuals role-play or assume the perspectives of others.
    language
    play
    game
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  • Q5
    One of the main topics in our discussion where it seeks to answer the primary question, "What does it mean to be human?"
    Anthropology
    Psychology
    Philosophy
    Sociology
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  • Q6
    As you interact with your immediate family and peers, you will know the values and accepted the behaviors in the society. This is the reason that Culture is ______?
    shared
    adaptive
    learned
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  • Q7
    If people see themselves as failures and think differently about themselves.
    negative self-esteem
    positive self-concept
    negative self-concept
    positive self-esteem
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  • Q8
    It is what sets one person apart as a unique individual.
    role performance
    body image
    self-esteem
    self-identity
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  • Q9
    It is the fulfillment of one's own potential.
    self-realization
    self-acceptance
    self-awareness
    self-disclosure
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  • Q10
    It leads you to evaluate your behavior against the standards of your physical appearance, intellectual performance, and moral integrity.
    self-disclosure
    self-acceptance
    self-awareness
    self-realization
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  • Q11
    Which of the following represents the Western concept of self?
    values hierarchy
    values equality
    values cooperation
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  • Q12
    For them, the "self" is an extension of the cosmos.
    Confucianism
    Buddhism
    Taoism
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  • Q13
    Which of the following represents the Eastern concept of self?
    talks about personal attributes
    others are part of your self
    individualist
    values competition
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  • Q14
    It is the shortest of the phases in the human sexual response cycle.
    Resolution
    Plateau
    Excitement
    Orgasm
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  • Q15
    Sexual urges occur in response to sexual cues
    Resolution
    Orgasm
    Excitement
    Plateau
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  • Q16
    It is consider as the things that people needed and important for survival.
    needs
    wants
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  • Q17

    A type of love that shows the combination of intimacy and passion.

    fatuous love

    romantic love

    companionate love

    consummate love

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  • Q18

    Your partner is very possessive with your relationship, this is an example of what kind of a lover?

    storge

    mania

    ludus

    agape

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  • Q19

    The phase in sexual response where men the rhythmic contractions of the muscles at the base of the penis result in the ejaculation of semen.

    resolution

    plateau

    excitement

    orgasm

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  • Q20

    The combination of desire and arousal stage falls under what phase?

    orgasmic 

    plateau

    resolution

    excitement

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