Gen Lecture Guide Ch 10 Personality F15

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Lecture Guide Personality Gen Psych F15 Based in part on the text: Experience Psychology (Laura King, McGraw-Hill, 2013) Personality: (define) Where does personality come from? Which theory/perspective is right? Sample Theories: Psychodynamic: Freud’s Ideas: Conscious: Pre-conscious: Unconscious: 1
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Personality Structure : Id: Ego: Superego: Defense Mechanisms Denial Repression Displacement Projection Sublimation Trait Theories : Goal: identify/describe important personality characteristics and predict future behavior Trait: Surface traits Source traits 2
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The Big Five : Big Five Traits: 1. Openness - Hi: independent, imaginative, likes variety Lo: conforming, practical, likes routine 2. Conscientiousness
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