Psychology exam 3

Psychology exam 3 - Chap 10, Personality personality...

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Chap 10, Personality personality individuals unique patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors determined by… forces that interact within the individual psychodynamic/psychoanalysis freud’s personality theory and form of therapy ego operates reality archetypes thought forms common to all human beings self realization to jung, blending all parts of the personality into a whole shaping personality to adler, overcoming feelings of inferiority biological and cultural forces to horney, cultural shapes our development more important in personality development to erikson, parent-child relationships freud’s personality theories confirmed by research very little self actualizing theory organism to fulfill its biological potential bandura linked to self-epical most important in assessing personality typical behavior projective test animal shapes in clouds and stories about them twin studies evaluate contributions of heredity and environment Chap. 11, Stress and Health Psychology stress state of psychological tension or strain why stress? anticipation or change, pleasant of unpleasant lazarus and stress result of annoyances, irritations, situations, and frustrations road rage when frustrated morris’s 5 common sources of frustration delays, lack of resources, frustrations, losses, failure, and discrimination approach/approach conflict results of simultaneous attraction to 2 appealing possibilities neither of which has any negative qualities (ex. choosing between pancakes and waffles) withdrawing avoiding a situation culture and civilization Freud, sublimation when stressed woman, ruminate. Men, aggression
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G.A.S general adaptation syndrome, 3 stages the body goes through as it adapts to stress Type A predicts people who respond to life events with impatience, hostility, competitiveness, urgency, and constant striving PTSD
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