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Unformatted text preview: 22. 80.2 Rorschach cards can be responded to along one or another of several general dimensions identified by Exner. Review what some of these responses are thought to indicate. 23. What major additions did proponents of Ego Psychology make to psychoanalytic theory? 24. What were George Valliant's contrib utions to Ego Psychology? 25. Explain the notion of ”self-actualizati on" as used in the Humanistic Approach to personality. 26. What is the approach of Positive Psychology in engendering optimal human functioning? 27. In the Social-Cognitive Approach to personality. construal plays an important role. Explain. 28. What's some evidence that the exer cise "Control” is a n important factor in people's lives? 29. On what beliefs is a predisposition toward depression based? 30. What are Mischel developmental findings regarding "d elay of gratification"? Chapt 16 1. How the MMPl was gradually constructed to meet its original intended purpose. 2. Predictive and construct validity: what they are (give examples). 3. Personality traits characterizing extreme forms of psychopathic deviance. 4. Explain the Barnum effect. 5. Differences and similarities between the medical. psychoanalytic. and behavioral views as to the cause of mental illness. 6. What are the roles played by signs and symptoms in diagnosing an illness? 7. The diathesis-stress model and its applicability to schizophrenia and the mood disorders, including the relative contributions made to each of these illnesses by the diathesis and the stress components. _ 8. In particular, focus on the applicability of the above model to schizophrenia and its symptoms and syndromes. 9. Differences between Type I {positive syndrome) 81 Type II (negative syndrome) schizophrenia. 10. The role of neurotransmitters in schizophrenia and the mood disorders. 11. Seligman's learned helplessness theory of depression and the evidence in support of it. 12. Aaron Beck's cognitive theory of depression and its relative meritscompared to Seligman's explanatory style theory. ...
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