Psychology Chapter 11

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The Vocabulary And Some Other Important Facts From Chapter 11 


 
  
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personality
 
a pattern of enduring, distinctive thoughts, emotions and behaviors that characterize the way...
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psychodynamic perspecitves
 
the view that personality is primarily unconscious (beyond awareness) and develops in stages....
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Freudian slips
 
misstatements Freud believed to be revealed unconscious thoughts
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psychoanalysis
 
Freud's approach to personality
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hysteria
 
physical symptoms that have no physical cause
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overdetermined
 
had a multitude of causes in the unconscious
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id
 
consists of unconscious drives and is the individual's reservoir of psychic energy, has no...
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ego
 
structure of personality that deals with the demands of reality, abides by reality principle...
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superego
 
harsh internal judge of our behavior (judges our morality), also only considers reality (considers...
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defense mechanisms
 
reduce anxiety by unconsciously distorting reality
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repression
 
the master defense mechanism; the ego pushes unacceptable impulses out of awareness, back into...
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rationalization
 
the ego replaces a less acceptable motive with a more acceptable one
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displacement
 
the ego shifts feelings toward an unacceptable object to another, more acceptable object
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sublimation
 
the ego replaces an unacceptable impulse with a socially acceptable one
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projection
 
the ego attributes personal shortcomings, problems and faults to others
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reaction formation
 
the ego transforms an unacceptable motive into its opposite
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denial 
 
the ego refuses to acknowledge anxiety-producing realities
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regression
 
to ego seeks the security of an earlier developmental period in the face of stress
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oral stage
 
occurs in the first 18 months of life, infants pleasure centers on the mouth; chewing, sucking,...
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anal stage
 
occurs in between the 18-36th months of life, during a time when most children are toilet training,...
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phallic stage
 
occurs in the first 3-6 years of life, pleasure focuses on the genitals as child discovers...
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Oedipus Complex
 
a boy's intense desire to replace his father and enjoy the affections of his mother (boy recognizes...
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castration anxiety
 
boy's intense fear of being mutilated by his father (to reduce conflict boy identifies with...
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latency period
 
occurs between 6 years and puberty, psychic time out or intermission, after drama of phallic...
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genital stage
 
occurs during adolescence and adulthood, time of sexual reawakening; source of sexual pleasure...
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fixation
 
psychoanalytic defense mechanism that occurs when the individual remains locked in an earlier...
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collective unconscious 
 
the impersonal, deepest layer of the unconscious mind shared by all humans because of their...
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archetypes 
 
emotionally laden ideas and images that have rich and symbolic meaning for all people
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individual psychology
 
term for Adler's approach, views people as motivated by purposes and goals and as striving...
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compensation
 
Adler's term for the individuals attempt to overcome imagined or real inferiorities or weaknesses...
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humanistic perspectives
 
stress a person's capacity for personal growth, freedom to choose one's own destiny, and positive...
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self concept
 
a central theme in the views of Carl Rogers and other humanists, in an individual's overall...
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unconditional positive regard
 
Roger's term for accepting, valuing, and being positive towards another person regardless of...
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empathic
 
being a sensitive listener and understanding another's true feelings
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genuine
 
being open with our feelings and dropping our pretenses and facades
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trait
 
an enduring personality characteristic that tends to lead to certain behaviors
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trait theories 
 
state that personality consists of broad, enduring dispositions (traits) that tend to lead...
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lexical appraoch
 
method used by Allport where he used a dictionary to find all the way to describe a person
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16PF
 
a personality scale that is commonly used
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big five factors of personality
 
openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism (emotionally stability) 
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personological and life story perspectives
 
stress that the way to understand the person is to focus on his or her life story and life...
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personology
 
the study of the whole person
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psychobiography
 
a means of inquiry in which the personality psychologist attempts to apply a personality theory...
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social cognitive perspectives
 
emphasize conscious awareness, beliefs, expectations, and goals, it incorporates principles...
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reciprocal determinism
 
Bandura's theory that describes the way behavior, environment, and person/cognitive factors...
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self efficacy 
 
the belief that one can master a situation and produce positive outcomes
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situationism
 
the idea that personality and behavior often vary considerably from one context to another...
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person vs situation debate
 
debate started after the publishing of Mischel's ideas in Personality and Assessment
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cognitive affective processing systems (CAPS)
 
Mischel's approach to personality as a set of systems
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Self Report Tests (also known as objective test or inventory)
 
directly asks people weather specific items describe their personality traits
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face validity 
 
the extent to which a test item appears to be valid to those who are completing it
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social desirability 
 
picking or not picking a trait based on if it is generally socially accepted
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empirically keyed test
 
a type of test that presents a host of questionnaire items to groups of people who are already...
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Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)
 
most widely used and researched empirically keyed self-report personality test
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projective test
 
personality assessment tool that presents individuals with an ambiguous stimulus and them asks...
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Rorschach inkblot test
 
developed in 1921 by the Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach, uses an individual's perception...
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Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
 
developed by Henry Murray and Christiana Morgan in the 1930s designed to elicit stories that...
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Psychodynamic
 
personality is characterized by unconscious processes.  Personality develops over stages,...
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Humanistic
 
personality evolves out of the person's innate, organismic motives to grow and actualize the...
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Social Cognitive
 
personality is the pattern of coherence that characterizes a person's interactions with the...
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Trait
 
personality is characterized by a set of five general traits that are represented in the natural...
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Personology and Life Story
 
to understand personality we must understand the whole person, each person has a unique set...
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Type A Behavior Pattern
 
a cluster of characteristics such as being excessively competitive, hard-driven, impatient...
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Type B Behavior Pattern
 
a cluster of characteristics such as being relaxed and easy going, related to very good health
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hardiness
 
a trait characterized by a sense of commitment (rather than alienation) and of control (rather...


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