Exam _3 Review

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

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Definitions Drugs Personality Social Psych Disorders Treatments 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 50
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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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what are the 3 components of any attitude? ABC: affective, behavioral, and
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