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Sexually active undergraduate women who do not consistently use contraceptives see themselves as less vulnerable to unwanted pregnancy than do other undergraduate women.This best illustrates
A: the tyranny of choice
B: emotion-focused coping
C: the Type A personality
D; unrealistic optimism

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    It must be D.

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    I agree.

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