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psy 120 exam 3 review

psy 120 exam 3 review - Actor-observer • Cognitive...

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STUDY GUIDE, EXAM 3 Chapter 12, Personality (17 questions) Big Five Model Allport’s Model (cardinal, central, secondary traits) Self-report measures of personality (MMPI-2) Projective measures of personality (TAT, Rorschach) Psychodynamic (Freud)’s theory of personality Unconscious, preconscious, conscious mind Id, superego, ego Defense mechanisms (repression, projection, reaction formation, denial, sublimation) Stages of psychosexual development (oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital) Fixation Oedipus/Electra Complex Humanist (Roger)’s theory of personality Self-concept Conditions of worth Positive regard External and internal locus of control Self-monitoring Chapter 13, Social Psychology (22 questions) First impressions Social schema Stereotypes Self-fulfilling prophecy Prejudice and discrimination Attributions External and internal attributions for behavior Self-serving bias Fundamental attribution error
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Unformatted text preview: Actor-observer • Cognitive dissonance (Festinger & Carlsmith) • Social facilitation and interference • Bystander effect • Social loafing • Deindividuation • Conformity • Groupthink • Obedience • Attraction Langlois & Roggman (average faces) Four key factors in liking and loving Types of romantic love (companionate, passionate, consummate) Chapter 4, Human Development (10 questions) • Teratogen • Piaget’s stages of development Preoperational Sensorimotor Concrete operational Formal operational • Harlow’s research with rhesus monkeys • Attachment theory (Ainsworth) Secure and avoidant attachment • Quality of day care (NICHD, 2007) • Mental disorders usually first diagnosed in childhood Autistic Disorder Asperger’s Disorder Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Conduct Disorder...
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