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This activity contains 20 questions.

Question 1.
Franz Alexander was:

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Question 2.
Which of the following describes the relationship between personality and health?

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Question 3.
People with low levels of conscientiousness are more likely to have poor health because:

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Question 4.
Sensation seeking is similar to:

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Question 5.
The set of societal expectations about how you should behave when you are not healthy is known as:

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Question 6.
The notion that disease affects personality is termed:

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Question 7.
The diathesis-stress model proposes that:

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Question 8.
A study of the Western Electric company in Chicago found:

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Question 9.
People who are impatient, impulsive, hyperalert, hostile, and tense have:

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Question 10.
Studies examining the relationship between childhood cheerfulness and longevity have found:

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Question 11.
In the Terman sample, parental divorce:

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Question 12.
The three Cs found to be protective against disease are:

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Question 13.
Which of the following factors were NOT related to longevity among the Termites?

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Question 14.
Studies by Julian Rotter have found that people who trust others are more likely to:

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Question 15.
What does the broaden-and-build model propose?

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Question 16.
What is "salutogenesis?"

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Question 17.
An individual with a borderline personality disorder:

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Question 18.
The perspective that views health problems like alcoholism as a disease is the:

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Question 19.
What does "T" stand for in Frank H. Farley's type T theory of psychological motives?

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Question 20.
In WWII, most inmates in the Nazi labor camps died. What characterized those who were the quickest to die?

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