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SLS test 1 Review Answers

by: Cristina Notetaker

SLS test 1 Review Answers Sls 1505

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These are the answers I could get for test #1
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Cristina Notetaker on Tuesday September 27, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Sls 1505 at Miami Dade College taught by Marcela Abboud in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see College Survival Skills in College Skills at Miami Dade College.


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Date Created: 09/27/16
Cristina Belmonte 09-12-16 SLS1505 Test 1 Review Answers Chapter 1: 1- A person you look forward to or has the qualities you would like to have 2- How you choose to define yourself to the world 3- A set of norms that that define how you are supposed to behave in a given social position 4- A system of nerve cells that regulates behavior by transmitting messages back and forth between the brain and the other parts of the body 5- Wisdom is the knowledge you have and the ability to use it and experience to make decisions 6- The four major goals of psychology are: to describe, predict, explain and change human behavior - Psychologists are interested in describing how individuals and groups think and act in order to predict how they are likely to think in the future. Also, clinical psychologists help people change the undesirable behaviors associated with psychological illness. 7- The part of the brain that controls the mental processes of which we are not actively aware 8- The sum of the social roles you play and the social groups to which you belong 9- The physical and psychological characteristics that distinguish you Chapter 2 1- The ability to see your strengths and weaknesses clearly 2- The relatively stable pattern of behavior that distinguishes you from all other people 3- The process of paying attention to yourself 4- The ability to do something specific as a result of learning and practice 5- Personal preferences for specific topics or activities 6- The tendency to frequently think about and observe yourself 7- Helps us see how our behavior affects others, and helps us adapt to our different social roles 8- Helps us understand ourselves. Privately self-conscious people usually have a realistic and complex self-image 9- It helps you identify what you are really feeling and thinking inside. It helps you act in accordance with your personal values rather than by what other people say or do. It helps you appreciate your unique personality, skills and interests. 10- A person can become more emotionally aware by learning to recognize and accept your emotions 11- An aspiration, hope or vision of the future that gives your life purpose 12- Personality traits are the consistency of your behavior, or the disposition to behave in a certain way regardless of the situation Chapter 3: 1- Your physical and psychological reaction to the demands in your life 2- An outcome you want to achieve and toward which you direct your effort 3- Any barrier that prevents you from achieving your goals 4- Standing up for your rights without threatening the self- esteem of the other person 5- Behavior intended to harm or injure a person or object 6- A S.M.A.R.T goal is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-related 7- An obstacle in my way is my lack of effort and laziness 8- Anything that causes stress 9- Good stress, the kind of pleasant, desirable stress you might feel 10- Bad stress, the kind of stress you might feel during an illness or drastic life change 11- Behaviors that help you deal with stress and other unpleasant situations 12-


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