Exam _3 Review - Definitions Drugs Personality Social Psych...

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Definitions: 10 assessment of personality based on handwriting graphology
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Definitions: 20 psychological disorder in which people over-interpret their physical symptoms and worry excessively about their health hypochondriasis
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Definitions: 30 saying that a behavior occurred due to someone’s disposition or personality internal attribution
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Definitions: 40 component of personality (according to Freud) that operates according to the reality principle ego
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Definitions: 50 passive behavior produced by exposure to unavoidable aversive events (e.g., a dog who does not jump to avoid getting shocked) learned helplessness
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Drugs: 10 this class of drugs is used to treat schizophrenia antipsychotics
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Drugs: 20 SSRIs like fluoxetine (Prozac) work by inhibiting the reuptake of this neurotransmitter serotonin (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors – SSRIs)
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Drugs: 30 problems with this neurotransmitter are thought to cause schizophrenia dopamine
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Drugs: 40 Diazepam (Valium), an antianxiety drug, works by affecting the receptors for this neurotransmitter GABA
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Drugs: 50 lithium reduces mood swings in individuals with bipolar disorder by affecting this neurotransmitter noradrenaline (NE)
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Personality: 10 name a self-report personality inventory and a projective test MMPI, 16PF Rorschach, TAT
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Personality: 20 why is the Rorscach Ink Blot Test called a “projective” test? present an ambiguous stimulus and the person “projects” his or her personality on to it
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Personality: 30 Jim is in very good shape because he lifts weights a lot. He tends to get in fights a lot. According to Sheldon, he has which of these personality types: viscerotonic, somatotonic, or cerebrotonic? so m atotonic (b/c he’s m uscular)
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Personality: 40 match the term (morals, instincts, decision-making) to the component of personality according to Freud (id, ego, superego) id: instincts, ego: decision-making, superego: morals
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Personality: 50 what are Freud’s 5 psychosexual stages of development, and why are they named what they are? oral stage, anal stage, phallic stage, latency, genital stage named after where the child’s erotic energy is focused
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Social Psychology: 10 organized clusters of ideas about social events and people (our idea of how someone will be) social schema
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Social Psychology: 20 give an example of CORFing when the team loses, we say “They lost” (instead of “we lost”)
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Social Psychology: 30 what are the 3 components of any attitude? ABC: affective, behavioral, and cognitive
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Social Psychology: 40 Sandra and her friend Joan both cheated on their boyfriends. Sandra says she only cheated because she was really wasted at the time, but she says Joan cheated because she’s a skanky ho. What error is Sandra making?
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