Ch.15.ppt F07

Ch.15.ppt F07 - Personality An individual's characteristic...

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Personality An individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking,  feeling, and acting. Each dwarf has a distinct personality.
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Personality The Psychoanalytic Perspective Exploring the Unconscious Exploring the Neo-Freudian and  Psychodynamic Theories Assessing Unconscious Processes Evaluating the Psychoanalytic Perspective
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Personality The Humanistic Perspective Abraham Maslow’s Self-Actualizing  Person Carl Roger’s Person-Centered Perspective An Assessment of the Self An Evaluation of the Humanistic  Perspective
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Personality The Trait Perspective Exploring Traits Assessing Traits Describing The Big Five Factors Evaluating the Trait Perspective
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Personality The Social-Cognitive Perspective Reciprocal Influences Personal Control Internal Versus External Locus of Control Learned Helplessness Versus Personal  Control
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Personality The Social-Cognitive Perspective Evaluating Optimism Versus Pessimism Assessing Behavior in Situations Evaluating the Social-Cognitive  Perspective
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Personality Exploring the Self Benefits of Self-Esteem Culture and Self-Esteem Self-Serving Bias
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The Psychoanalytic Perspective From Freud’s theory  which proposes that  childhood sexuality  and unconscious  motivations influence  personality
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The Psychoanalytic Perspective Psychoanalysis Freud’s theory of personality that attributes  our thoughts and actions to unconscious  motives and conflicts techniques used in treating psychological  disorders by seeking to expose and interpret  unconscious tensions
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The Psychoanalytic Perspective Free Association in psychoanalysis, a method of  exploring the unconscious person relaxes and says whatever comes  to mind, no matter how trivial or  embarrassing
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The Psychoanalytic Perspective Unconscious according to Freud, a reservoir of mostly  unacceptable thoughts, wishes, feelings and  memories contemporary viewpoint- information  processing of which we are unaware
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Model of Mind The mind is like an iceberg. It is mostly hidden, and  below the surface lies the unconscious mind. The  preconscious stores temporary memories.
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Personality Structure Personality develops as a result of our efforts to  resolve conflicts between our biological impulses (id)  and social restraints (superego).
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Id, Ego and Superego The  Id  unconsciously strives to satisfy basic sexual  and aggressive drives, operating on the pleasure  principle, demanding immediate gratification. The 
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Ch.15.ppt F07 - Personality An individual's characteristic...

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