Wait till later."
"Do your own thing."
"Don't do it."
"Oh, sit on it."
Material that can easily be brought to awareness.
everything we are aware of at a given moment.
Repressed memories and emotions.
Thoughts, perceptions, and memories.
Sense of humor.
the over-emphasis on sexuality in personality development.
Freud's treatment of father-daughter relationship.
The need for a stern or threatening mother in the development of conscience.
The unimportance of the first years of life in the formation of personality.
Create traits that fit people.
Increase the number of basic traits that have been identified.
Classify traits and discover how they are related to behavior.
Reduce the common traits to measures of temperament.
Creature comfort principle.
have removed the "person" from personality.
Emphasize situational determinants of behavior.
Stress the role of the unconscious.
Would view a trait as stable in all situations.
Partial ego principle.
Sense of humor.
facilitate conscious development.
Are symbols that appeal to basic archetypes.
Provide the means for achieving control over a hostile environment.
Transmit specific information for solving developmental tasks.
Social learning theorists.
Hostile, generous, or destructive impulses arise in the unconscious.
Personality is acquired through conditioning and observational learning.
Personality is strongly influenced by one's self-image.
Personality develops from initial feelings of inferiority.
Oedipal and Electra conflicts
The self or self-image.
The pleasure principle.
The hereditary aspects of one's emotional nature.
Unique and enduring behavior patterns.
favorable and unfavorable personal characteristics.
Charisma, character, or temperament.