Final Exam Review 1) What are the three components of the structural model? 2) Which component is concerned with basic needs like food, water, shelter or sex? 3) Which component acts as a mediator? 4) Which component is concerned with society’s needs and wishes? 5) Which Projective Test is made up of blotches of ink? 6) What type of personality test is the Rorschach test? 7) Which test is known as the picture interpretation test? 8) What is the major problem of projective tests? 9) Which personality test is considered to be the best, most reliable test? 10) Name the problems with the MMPI 11) Which scientist was concerned with 16 distinct personality factors 12) Name the Big 5 personality traits. 13) What are the four dialectics of the MBTI or Myers Briggs 14) What would a person who has many friends or acquaintances be termed? (E or I) 15) What would a person who has very few CLOSE and intimate relationships be termed? (E or I) 16) A person who works from the facts to the big picture is generally an (S or N) 17) A person who solves problems through quick insight and leaps is (S or N) 18) A person who looks for logical explinations for almost everything is (T or F) 19) A person who is concerned with harmony and being aware what is missing is (T or F) 20) A person who likes to have a “to do” list is most likely a (J or P) 21) A person who works in short bursts of productivity is ( J or P) 22) This group makes up 35% of the population and is concerned with immediate rewards 23) This group makes up 12% of the population and their sensitivity often causes them to take any form of criticism personally 24) How many criteria are needed for a diagnosis of depression? 25) What is the name of the diagnostic manual for psychological disorders? 26) How many axis are diagnosable? 27) What is diagnosed on axis II 28) What disease has periods of depression and periods of mania 29) Define mania 30) Which type of Schizophrenia is marked by seeing or hearing things that do not exist in reality? 31) Which type of schizophrenia is marked by a flat or inappropriate affect? 32) Which disease has aspects of schizophrenia as well as either depression or bipolar? 33) Which disorder consists of separate distinct personalities? 34) Which personality disorder is marked by frequent inappropriate acts of anger, and a rapid change of opinion about people in their lives? 35) Which personality disorder is marked by seduction? 36) Name the psychopathic triad 37) What personality disorder is marked by an inability to be wrong? 38) List the reasons there are no old psychopaths 39) On what does treatment for antisocial personality disorder mostly rely? 40) Which disorder is concerned with having other people make most of your decisions? 41)
ICS3U Final Exam review : ' )
PrintWriter fileOut = new PrintWriter (new FileWriter ("randNums.txt"));
-This is the method of creating another file to outsource data to.
-To read the data into the external file use: fileOut.println(data); and at the end of the class put in fileOut.close();
To read in data from a pre-existing data file, use: BufferedReader rF = new BufferedReader (new FileReader ("externalFile.txt");
-To read in data store the data into a variable and then display; data =…
FINAL EXAM REVIEW SHEET
There will be 100 questions on the exam, each worth 1 point. There will be true/false and multiple choice. The type of multiple choice questions will be just like those on the midterm—some will be application questions where I will give you an excerpt and ask you to identify the type of item represented. There will not be any questions on the test not covered by this review sheet. Being able to recognize the different types of propositions will…
Soc1500 Final Exam Review
Public Order Crimes – Chapter 13
Public Order Crimes- act interfere with public order, such as loitering for the purposes of prostitution
Immoral acts become crimes if they are harmful to the public
Vigilante- someone who takes the law into their own hands
Moral Crusades- efforts by interest groups to stamp out behaviour they find objectionable
Moral Entrepreneurs- interest groups that attempt to control social life and the legal order for the purpose of promoting…
CCT210 Final Exam Review
1. All in the Fmaily (pg182)
>>>Level one: Reailty
+ Understand social codes through appearance, dress, make up, environment, behavior, speech, gesture.etc.
+These are social electronically through technical codes such as:
>>>Level two: Representation
+Camera, lighting, editing, music, sound.
+Transmits to conventional representational codes which shape the representations of, for example, narrative conflict, character, action, dialogue, setting, casting, etc…
Business Law Final Exam Review
Remedies at Law vs. Remedies in Equity (specific performance, injunction, recession)
Common Law courts were either courts of law or courts of equity
Courts of law- were to empower only award wronged party’s money or other valuables compensation for their injuries or losses
Courts of Equity_ to award any manner of non-monetary relief such as ordering a person to do something (Injunction-to perform or to stop doing something).
NB- in most of the USA the…
Final Exam Review Project
● Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
● Energy is the ability to do work or the ability to move or elicit change in matter.
● All matter is made up of particles
● Properties are what we use to identify different substances.
● Physical Properties are shown without any change in composition.
● Chemical Properties are any characteristics that gives a sample of matter , the ability…
State and Local Government Final Exam Review
Pocket Veto – is when the governor essentially puts the bill in his pocket for an amount of time, each state specifies the amount of time it is allowed to be. It some cases it can automatically become a law
Sunset Laws – is when there is an expiration date on the agency. The agency will most likely be temporary and not permanent. After a certain amount of time like five years, the agency will expire, “go off into the sunset” unless renewed
Women in the Church Final Exam Review Sheet—Fall Semester 2012
High and Low Christology
Define and know examples from each category
* (full divine and full human)
* HIGH AND LOW PAGE/HANDOUT
* High titles: Messiah, Lord, Savior, Lamb of God, Christ, Son of God
* Low titles: brother, friend, prophet, rabbi, teacher
Immaculate Conception (meaning & date) Virgin Birth
* Immaculate conception: December 8th
* Mary conceived…
Final Exam Review Sheet
1. Causes of Celiac Disease
Celiac disease is a digestive autoimmune disorder that causes damage in the lining of the small intestine when foods with gluten are eaten. Glutens are a form of protein found in some grains. The damage to the intestine makes it hard for the body to absorb nutrients especially fat, calcium, iron and folate. The body’s immune system is designed to protect it from foreign invaders. When people with celiac disease eat foods containing gluten, there…
Final Exam Review Sheet
The following sheet is designed to help you review for your final exam. Complete the sheet using specific details and examples from the designated text.
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
The Great Depression
Salinas Valley, CA
(Describe the role of each of characters and how they interact with each other.)
Lennie (mentally disabled, strong, tall, childish, doesn’t know…