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This activity contains 16 questions.

Question 1.
The ethological explanation for hate in people states that:

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Question 2.
Which of the following is a theorized reason for the existence of hate?

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Question 3.
Thanatos is the drive towards:

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Question 4.
According to Erikson, the unsuccessful resolution of which crises leads to hostility and anger?

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Question 5.
A person who has a penchant for exerting power over others is said to be:

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Question 6.
Psychoticism includes which of the following elements?

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Question 7.
Which of the following are theorized reasons for the existence of love?

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Question 8.
According to Abraham Maslow, love needs can only be met after _______ needs have been met.

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Question 9.
Which of the following is NOT a type of love identified by Rollo May?

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Question 10.
People least likely to be lonely tend to be:

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Question 11.
People who are vengeful also tend to be:

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Question 12.
According to Fromm, the best kind of love is:

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Question 13.
What characterizes people who fit under George Kelly's term "cognitive simplicity?"

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Question 14.
Which of the following will generally NOT work to reduce a person's level of hatred and aggression?

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Question 15.
A behaviorist would say that people who are violent and who abuse other people are influenced by

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Question 16.
In evolutionary personality theory, the violent and aggressive tendencies seen in some people are attributed to

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