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The _____ corollary says that people need to fit themselves in the constructs of the persons with whom they want to have positive relationships.
 
  a. range
  c. sociality
  b. modulation
  d. commonality



Question 2

The _____ corollary agues for the need to construe the constructs of others.
 
  a. individuality
  c. fragmentation
  b. commonality
  d. sociality



Question 3

If people construe an experience homogenously, then their cognitive processes will be:
 
  a. similar.
  b. identical.
  c. fragmented.
  d. permeable.



Question 4

The idea that a new construct and an old one may be consistent in one situation and inconsistent in another situation is the:
 
  a. congruence corollary.
  c. successive modulation corollary.
  b. fragmentation corollary.
  d. situational corollary.



Question 5

Which of the following is likely to happen if one's construct system is permeable?
 
  a. A person tends to display neurotic behavior.
  c. A person is more likely to suffer in his or her interpersonal relationships.
  b. A person can apply his or her constructs to a wide spectrum of events.
  d. A person is more open to new experiences.
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(Answer to Q. 1)  ANS: C
FEEDBACK: The sociality corollary says that each role is a behavior pattern that evolves from understanding how the other person construes events. In a sense, then, we fit ourselves into the other person's constructs.

(Answer to Q. 2)  ANS: D
FEEDBACK: It is not enough for one person to construe or interpret experiences in the same way as another person. The first person must also construe the other person's constructs. In other words, we must understand how another person thinks if we are to anticipate how that person will predict events.

(Answer to Q. 3)  ANS: A
FEEDBACK: Kelly suggested that if several people construe an experience similarly, we can conclude that their cognitive processes are similar. People from the same culture may show a resemblance in their behaviors and characteristics even though they are exposed to different individual life events.

(Answer to Q. 4)  ANS: B
FEEDBACK: The fragmentation corollary states that a new construct may be compatible or consistent with an old one in a given situation, but if the situation changes, these constructs can become inconsistent. Kelly believed that within our construct system some constructs might be incompatible even though they coexist within the overall pattern.

(Answer to Q. 5)  ANS: D
FEEDBACK: A permeable construct is one that allows new elements to penetrate or be admitted to the range of convenience. Such a construct is open to new events and experiences and is capable of being revised or extended by them.
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