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Self-consciousness: Quiz


Question 1: Being in a crowd, being in a dark room, or wearing a disguise creates anonymity and temporarily decrease self-consciousness (see ________).
The HolocaustDeindividuationStanley MilgramNazism

Question 2: A person with a chronic tendency toward self-consciousness may be shy or ________.
AlaskaExtraversion and introversionFloridaWashington

Question 3: According to ________, man can, through self-consciousness, make a choice between affirming or denying the will.
Friedrich NietzscheGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelExistentialismArthur Schopenhauer

Question 4: ________ frequently distinguish between two kinds of self-consciousness, private and public.
PsychologyPsychotherapyPsychologistClinical psychology

Question 5: For example, a ________ player may "choke", lose confidence, and even lose the ability to perform at the moment they notice the audience.
TimpaniVibraphonePianoPercussion instrument

Question 6: It is a preoccupation with oneself, as opposed to the philosophical state of ________, which is the awareness that one exists as an individual being; although some writers use both terms interchangeably or synonymously.
Self (philosophy)Friedrich NietzscheSelf-awarenessConsciousness

Question 7: ________ is believed to be a time of heightened self-consciousness.
PubertyAdultDevelopmental psychologyAdolescence

Question 8: Unlike ________ which in a philosophical context is being conscious of oneself as an individual, self-consciousness, which is being excessively conscious of one's appearance or manner, can be a problem at times.
Friedrich NietzscheRené DescartesSelf-awarenessSelf (philosophy)

Question 9: Unpleasant feelings of self-consciousness are sometimes associated with ________ or paranoia.


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