L4 - hum and cog approaches.360.f08

L4 - hum and cog approaches.360.f08 - Humanistic and...

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Humanistic and existential approaches Reaction to psychodynamic and behavioral approaches Humanistic psychology Conscious experience of being human is what matters Basic human urge is to preserve and protect self-concept = self-esteem
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Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
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Humanistic psychology Carl Rogers: Real vs. ideal selves Flexible self concept Unconditional positive regard
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Client-centered therapy Empathy, positive regard, genuineness Therapy is the “…releasing of an already existing capacity in a potentially competent individual, not the expert manipulation of a more or less passive personality.” -Rogers Humanistic therapy
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Existential psychology Existential anxiety: basic human urge is search for meaning Fritz Perls: live in the present Victor Frankl: have goals & dreams
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Cognitive approaches Reaction to behaviorism Role of expectations in learning Important cognitive processes Appraisals: fundamental process Causal attributions Self-efficacy expectancies Rumination
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2009 for the course PSYC 360 taught by Professor Borders during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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L4 - hum and cog approaches.360.f08 - Humanistic and...

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