Do You Think You Could Pass GCSE Psychology?

Do you think you've go the wit and know how to pass GCSE psychology? The average American often struggles with this tricky test. Embark on these 12 questions and find out!
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Match the definition to its word: "The structure of an organization or group, starting with the person with the most authority."
Workplace
Class
Hierarchy
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Which of the following is a characteristic found in a criminal personality?
Abusing animals
Extraversion
Impulsiveness
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What is the concept of paralinguistics?
Body language that accompanies a person's speech
Hidden messages that can be gleaned through speech
Vocal inflections that accompany speech
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At what age do babies begin to show attachment to others?
6 months
1 year
18 months
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What word best describes non inherited personality traits?
Constitution
Temperament
Demeanor
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If a person can't remember anything that happened before a single event such as an accident, what are they suffering from?
Post traumatic amnesia
Anterograde amnesia
Retrograde amnesia
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Mark does not like Bob because Bob is a Vegan, what is this an example of?
Stereotyping
Prejudice
Discrimination
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Which of these is not a function of eye contact in conversation?
Showing someone's truthfulness
Signaling and turn talking
Regulating the flow of information in a conversation
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Which is a signifier of extraversion?
Guiltiness
Mellowness
Sociality
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If you were showing a quick, intense, and highly emotional reaction to fear, what would you be?
Histrionic
Neurotic
Narcissistic
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What is the emphasis on freedom of choice known as?
Humanism
Hysteria
Behaviorism
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What is repression?
Involuntarily removing an unpleasant memory
Attributing one's own traits to another
Supplying a logical/rational reason for doing something
Result
You've got some serious psych power! Even though you didn't pass this version of the GSCE psych test, we still think you're pretty psych savvy. You have a strong aptitude for general psychological concepts. Well done!

C+, Psych Power

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You are a psych superstar! When it comes to GSCE psych, you know you're stuff. From general concepts to complex theories, you are a true psychology savant. Well done!

B+, Psych Superstar

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You are psych savvy! When it comes go GSCE psych, you know way more than the average American. While many are familiar with basic psych concepts, your knowledge is far reaching and complex. Keep up the good work!

A+, Psych Savvy

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1
Match the definition to its word: "The structure of an organization or group, starting with the person with the most authority."
Workplace
Class
Hierarchy
2
Which of the following is a characteristic found in a criminal personality?
Abusing animals
Extraversion
Impulsiveness
3
What is the concept of paralinguistics?
Body language that accompanies a person's speech
Hidden messages that can be gleaned through speech
Vocal inflections that accompany speech
4
At what age do babies begin to show attachment to others?
6 months
1 year
18 months
5
What word best describes non inherited personality traits?
Constitution
Temperament
Demeanor
6
If a person can't remember anything that happened before a single event such as an accident, what are they suffering from?
Post traumatic amnesia
Anterograde amnesia
Retrograde amnesia
7
Mark does not like Bob because Bob is a Vegan, what is this an example of?
Stereotyping
Prejudice
Discrimination
8
Which of these is not a function of eye contact in conversation?
Showing someone's truthfulness
Signaling and turn talking
Regulating the flow of information in a conversation
9
Which is a signifier of extraversion?
Guiltiness
Mellowness
Sociality
10
If you were showing a quick, intense, and highly emotional reaction to fear, what would you be?
Histrionic
Neurotic
Narcissistic
11
What is the emphasis on freedom of choice known as?
Humanism
Hysteria
Behaviorism
12
What is repression?
Involuntarily removing an unpleasant memory
Attributing one's own traits to another
Supplying a logical/rational reason for doing something