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None Psychology
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, which of the following needs must come first?
  1. need to have a group of friends
  2. need to feel safe from danger
  3. need to reach your potential
  4. need to have food and water
None Psychology
Which need within Maslow's hierarchy is the highest-level need?
  1. an esteem need
  2. a safety need
  3. a physical need
  4. the need for self-actualization
None Criminal Justice
The reasonable person standard determines whether allegedly negligent conduct resulted in a breach of duty of care
  1. True
  2. False
None Social Sciences
Which of the following is an example of good citizenship?
  1. Looking after a younger brother or sister.
  2. Helping a friend study for a test.
  3. Taking part in an effort to clean up a local river.
  4. Getting good grades in school.
None Psychology
Which of the following is a form of nonverbal communication?
  1. Constructive criticism
  2. "I" messages
  3. Body language
  4. Restating what the speaker says
None Psychology
Peer Pressure can only be negative
  1. True
  2. False
None Psychology
A complex set of characteristics that makes you unique is your:
  1. personality
  2. personal identity
  3. integrity
  4. character
None Psychology
Belief in one-self
  1. assertive
  2. positive peer pressure
  3. self confident
  4. aggressive
None Social Sciences
Being interested and involved in your school and community is:
  1. responsibility
  2. citizenship
  3. respect
  4. caring
None Psychology
There is no possible way to recognize peer pressure.
  1. True
  2. False
None Psychology
Which describes an aggressive style of communication?
  1. Letting others know exactly what you are trying to communicate
  2. Being non interested with your response
  3. Responding to a question by raising your voice level
  4. Repeating what you hear and making eye contact
None Psychology
Returning to behaviors characteristic of a younger age, rather than dealing with problems in a mature manner is:
  1. repression
  2. regression
  3. rationalization
  4. compensation
None Psychology
Paying close attention to what someone is saying and communicating is called:
  1. active listening
  2. passive listening
  3. polite listening
  4. aggressive listening
None Psychology
All of the following are examples of nonverbal communication EXCEPT:
  1. Gestures
  2. Facial expressions
  3. Postures
  4. Interrupting
None Psychology
What is psychology's great debate?
None Psychology
What did Manny and his brother demonstrate when they worked together to change the tire on their mom's car.
  1. Compromise
  2. Citizenship
  3. Cooperation
  4. Tolerance
None Psychology
A statement that focuses on your feelings rather than on someone else's behavior is a(n):
  1. "We" message
  2. "You" message
  3. "I" message
  4. "They" message
None Psychology
Expressing your views clearly and respectfully is being:
  1. aggressive
  2. assertive
  3. passive
  4. hostile
None Psychology
Which of the following demonstrates assertive communication?
  1. "We're going to the movie I want to see!"
  2. "You choose the topic for the report; whatever you pick is fine with me."
  3. "I thought I told you to clean up your room right now!"
  4. "I would like to watch TV tonight; does that sound okay to you?"
None Psychology
People who are mature, responsible, and caring want the best for others?
  1. True
  2. False
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