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Each question has a limit of 500 words (including questions) and CANNOT go over. Questions 1-4 must be in separate word documents. no sources are needed. Questions are from chapter 12,14,15,16 of revel psychology: from inquiry to understanding textbook (can provide if needed). I need someone that can promise a high mark and a high level of understanding of the topics. Exam Question-1 WORD LIMIT is 500 for the entire question (all parts) 1a) In your own words, define personality. What evidence exists to suggest that personality stems from genetic vs. environmental sources? 1b) Give a definition (in your own words) for the Freudian defense mechanism of reaction formation, and include an original example. Do the same for projection. 1c) Explain Eysencks biological model of trait differences based on cortical activity. Offer supporting evidence, and then suggest a new variable by which the theory would advocate differences. 1d) Demonstrate that Walter Mischel is correct in his assertion that general personality traits are not accurate predictors of specific behaviours while the trait theorists are also correct in their assertion that personality traits are accurate predictors of a person’s behaviour Exam Question-2 WORD LIMIT is 500 for the entire question (all parts) 2a) Compare and contrast the demonic and moral treatment approaches of mental illness. 2b) In your own words, define both schizophrenia and dissociative identity disorder. Identify their similarities and differences, and explain why the two are often seen as interchangeable. 2c) Based on the text, lecture, and video; outline the results and implications of David Rosenmans 1973 study (Being Sane in Insane Places). Then relate this to the challenge of diagnosing a psychological disorder. 2d) How does the Twinkie Defense (as discussed in legal circles) speak to our understanding of both mental disorders and insanity? Exam Question-3 WORD LIMIT is 500 for the entire question (all parts) 3a) In your own words, describe person-centred therapy. What three conditions must be satisfied by the therapist to ensure a positive outcome. 3b) Luborskys 1971 study offers the reader several pieces of advice concerning the best chances of successful therapy outline that advice. Similarly, what could be said when therapy is not successful? 3c) Outline the research design and results of Pennebaker and Bealls (1986) study on self-disclosure; how would this speak to the video clip from Ordinary People? 3d) Cramer (1999) investigated self-concealment (the converse of self-disclosure) in the context of help-seeking. Summarize the study, and explore the implications in a wider context. What questions remain to be addressed? Exam Question-4 WORD LIMIT is 500 for the entire question (all parts) 4a) Compare the benefits, challenges, and implications (particularly concerning the nature of measurement) of the medical and biopsychosocial models of stress. 4b) Define Lewins approach/avoidance conflict, and offer an original example. Moreover, explain how hardiness and optimism influence ones responses to stress. 4c) Outline the folly of eyewitness accuracy as demonstrated by Loftus. What evidence suggests that memories can be manipulated. 4d) Outline both sides of the debate concerning the accuracy of lie detector tests. Explain why everyone should be afraid of the test.