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PSYCH 620 - Puzzle 3 - 65464

Joseph Dasenbrock

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1."Under Eysenck, specific behavior examples of the super trait ___ include being frequently anxious and depressed, trouble sleeping, experience of high levels of negative emotions in response to everyday stressors, and trouble adjusting after highly emotional situations."
2."___ developed a model of personality based on traits. This model was organized into a ___ structure, and the broadest traits had largely biological underpinnings. "
4."Under Eysenck, sub traits of the super trait ___ include traits such as anxiousness, irritability, guiltiness, low self esteem, shyness and moodiness."
6."A ___ is a system of classification, or a way of organizing something. There have been dozens of them proposed for personality. "
9."Under Eysenck, there are three traits which meet the biological underpinning criteria to be qualified as a super trait. These major traits include ___, ___, and ___."
10."Referring to the hierarchal structure of neuroticism, under Eysenck, Neuroticism itself is a ___. Anxious is a ___, the general avoidance of situations is a ___, and an example of someone failing to attend an important presentation would be a ___ under all of the above."
12.A quality of a super trait under Eysenck referring to trait specific properties in the brain and nervous system which are presumed to have a causal role in the trait itself.
15."Under Eysenck, the behavior aspects of the super trait ___ include tendencies to be solitary, cruel or inhumane. People possessing this trait may have a preference for violent media and have more of a tendency to get into life threatening situations. "
16."___ developed a model of personality based on traits. This model was organized into a ___ structure, and the broadest traits had largely biological underpinnings. "
17."___ viewed each major trait at the top of its own hierarchy. There were broad super traits, narrower sub traits, habitual behaviors (things people do which are explained by sub traits,) and finally specific acts eg examples of behaviors. "
18."Referring to the hierarchal structure of neuroticism, under Eysenck, Neuroticism itself is a ___. Anxious is a ___, the general avoidance of situations is a ___, and an example of someone failing to attend an important presentation would be a ___ under all of the above."
19."Under Eysenck, sub traits of the super trait ___ are traits such as socialness, activeness, liveliness, venturesome, and dominance. "
20."Referring to the hierarchal structure of neuroticism, under Eysenck, Neuroticism itself is a ___. Anxious is a ___, the general avoidance of situations is a ___, and an example of someone failing to attend an important presentation would be a ___ under all of the above."
21."Referring to the hierarchal structure of neuroticism, under Eysenck, Neuroticism itself is a ___. Anxious is a ___, the general avoidance of situations is a ___, and an example of someone failing to attend an important presentation would be a ___ under all of the above."
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1."Under Eysenck, there are three traits which meet the biological underpinning criteria to be qualified as a super trait. These major traits include ___, ___, and ___."
3."Under Eysenck, a trait must have ___ and ___ to qualify as a super trait."
5."Under Eysenck, there are three traits which meet the biological underpinning criteria to be qualified as a super trait. These major traits include ___, ___, and ___."
7."Under Eysenck, the super trait ___ includes sub traits such as aggressiveness, egocentric, creativity, and impulsivity."
8."Under Eysenck, a trait must have ___ and ___ to qualify as a super trait."
11."Under Eysenck, examples of specific behavior aspects of the super trait ___ include someone who enjoys parties, has many friends, and may actually need these things in their lives. "
13.A quality of a super trait under Eysenck referring to the degree which an observable characteristic can be explained by genetic differences. This would lead one to say that super traits are not changeable over a lifetime.
14."According to Eysenck, the lower level components of a personality can be integrated into those above them; in other words the actual behavior (lowest on the hierarchy,) can be explained by the corresponding ___."

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