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Introduction To Psychology - Exam 3 Guide

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Introduction to Psychology Review Guide for Test 3 Frankl - (119-122) logotherapy, meaning, differences from psychoanalysis (teleological vs. archeological), will to meaning (as primary motive force & in contrast to will to pleasure and will to power), (123-126) existential frustration (what it is, "neither pathological nor pathogenic" necessarily), (you don't need to memorize the 3 senses of "existential" on p. 123), noological, noogenic neuroses (what they are, difference from other psychogenic neuroses, logotherapy as treatment for), (126-130) noo-dynamics, role of tension between being & becoming (person & goals), existential vacuum (what it is & its connections to boredom (& the decline of traditional meanings), conformity, totalitarianism, pleasure-seeking, as well as to depression, aggression & addiction), (130- 138) meaning lived concretely (as opposed to abstractly), role of responsibility (& sense of being "questioned by life"), Frankl's "categorical imperative" (you don't need to memorize it -- just understand it and its importance), the 3 ways of discovering meaning,
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