PSYCH 504 Week 4 Learning Team Quiz 3 (UOP)
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FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.psych504tutor.com Quiz 3 1. As a scientist, Kelly viewed the person as A) basically good. B) basically active. C) basically evil. D) a "tabula rasa" (blank slate). 2. Kelly's view of the person as a scientist implies that the person as an organism is essentially A) always trying to understand the present through an evaluation of the past. B) always trying to understand the present through an evaluation of the present. C) always trying to understand the past through an evaluation of the future. D) always trying to understand the future through an eva
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