Psychology 101, Personality

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Personality
 
The pattern of Enduring Character istics that differentiate people - the behaviors that make...
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Psychoanalytis Theory
 
Freud's theory that unconscious forces act as determinants of personality
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Unconscious
 
A part of the personality of which a person is not aware and which is a potential determinate...
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Id
 
The raw, Unorganized, inborn part of personality whose sole purpose is to reduce tension created...
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Ego
 
The par of the Personality that provides a buffer between the Id and the outside world
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Superego
 
According to Freud, the final personality structure to develop; it represents the rights and...
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Oral Stage
 
According to Freud, a stage from birth to age 12 to 18 months, in which an infant's center...
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Fixations
 
Conflicts or concerns that persist beyond the developmental period in which they first occur
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Anal Stage
 
According to Freud, a stage from age 12 to 18 months to 3 years of age, in which a child's...
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Phallic Stage
 
According to Freud, a period beginning around age 3 during which the child's pleasure focuses...
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Oedipal conflict
 
A child's sexual interest in his or her opposite-sex parent, typically resolve through identification...
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Identification
 
The process of wanting to be like another person as much as possible, imitating that person's...
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Latency Period
 
According to Freud, the period between the phallic stage and puberty during which children's...
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Gential Stage
 
According to Freud, the period from puberty til death, marked by mature sexual behavior
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Defense Mechanisms
 
Unconscious stratagies that people use to reduce anxiety by concealing the source of the anxiety...
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Neo-Freudian Psychoanalysis
 
Psychoanalysts who  were trained in traditional Freudian theory but later rejected some...
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Collective unconscious
 
a common set of ideas, feelings, images, and symbols that we inherit from our ancestors , the...
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Inferiority complex
 
According to Adler, a Situation in which adults have not been able to overcome the feelings...
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Trait theory
 
A model of personality that seeks to identify the basic traits necessary to describe personality...
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Traits
 
Enduring dimensions of personality characteristics along which people differ
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Social cognitive approaches to personality
 
Theories that emphasize the influence of a person's cognitions- thoughts, feelings, expectations,...
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Biological and evolutionary approaches to personality
 
Theories that suggest that important components of personality are inherited
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Humanistic approaches to personality
 
Theories that emphasize people's basic goodness and tendency to grow higher levels of function
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Self-actualization
 
A state of self-fulfillment in which people realize their highest potential, each in his or...
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Unconditional positive regard
 
An attitude of acceptance and respect on the part of an observer, no matter what a person says...
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Psychological Tests
 
Standard measures devised to assess behavior objectivity; used by psychologist to help people...
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Self-report Measures
 
A method of gathering data about people by asking them questions about a sample of their behavior
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Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2(MMPI-2)
 
A widely used self-report test that identifies people with psychological difficulties and is...
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Test Standardization
 
A technique used to validate in personality tests by studying the responses of people with...
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Projective personality test
 
A test in which a person is shown an ambiguous stimulus and asked to describe it or tell a...
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Rorschach test
 
A test developed by swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorshach that involves showing a series of symmetrical...
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Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
 
A test consisting of a series of pictures about which a person is asked to write a story
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Behavioral Assessment
 
Direct meassures of an individual's behavior used to describe characteristics indicative of...

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