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This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
The phenomenological approach emphasizes:

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Question 2.
The philosophical movement that emphasizes the personal worth of the individual is known as:

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Question 3.
Erich Fromm’s theoretical approach is called:

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Question 4.
Which of the following is NOT a phenomenological theorists?

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Question 5.
The therapy approach developed by Carl Rogers emphasizes:

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Question 6.
Maslow’s emphasis on peak experiences can be traced back to the works of:

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Question 7.
Self-actualization refers to:

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Question 8.
Which of the following is one of Maslow’s needs?

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Question 9.
Which of the following is an advantage of the phenomenological approaches?

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Question 10.
The primary thrust of phenomenological theory is that personality is:

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Question 11.
Rogers views humans as:

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Question 12.
Rollo May emphasized __________ as a core issue in personality.

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Question 13.
Abraham Maslow believed that:

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Question 14.
Logotherapy is:

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Question 15.
People who ___________ tend to be happy most of the time.

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Question 16.
The "American Paradox" suggests that:

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Question 17.
What is "teleology?"

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Question 18.
The term "organismic" is used to refer to theories that

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Question 19.
In the view of Carl Rogers, what is the meaning of the term "the experiencing person"?

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Question 20.
Critics have accused humanistic approaches to personality of

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