hd260 prelim 1 review - Trait dispositional level - tries...

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Trait dispositional level - tries to identify consistencies in the basic expressions of personality, conceptualized as stable personality characteristics Psychodynamic motivational level - probes the motivations, conflicts, and defences -- often unconscious, that may underlie diverse aspects of personality phenomenological level - focuses on the inner experiences of the person and his or her way of seeing and interpreting the world Behavioral conditioning level - analyzes specific patterns of behavior that characterize individuals and identifies the conditions that regulate their occurance social cognitive level - focuses on the distinctive patterns of behavior that characterize the person biological level - explores the biological bases of personality, including the role of the heredity, the brain and evolution To measure changes in the autonomic nervous system, use EKG, plethysmograph, galanic skin responses (GSR), EEG PET scan helps examine neural activity Constructs are concepts that refers to classes of behaviors and situations
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course HD 2600 taught by Professor Zayas, v during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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