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exam_iii_terms_w09 - PSC 1 Introductory Psychology Winter...

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PSC 1 Introductory Psychology Winter 2009 Exam III Major Terms & Concepts Understand the meaning of these terms and you will perform well on the third exam. Personality definition statistical methods factor analysis trait approach (5 factor model) Big Five traits perspectives psychoanalytic id, ego, superego levels of consciousness defense mechanisms psychosexual stages social-cognitive Skinnerian models social learning theory Bandura reciprocal determinism situation-person controversy Mischel humanistic person-centered theory Rogers self-actualization Maslow biological Eysenck’s model role of genetics evolutionary approaches critiques of different perspectives personality testing objective vs. projective Rorschach, TAT MMPI, NEO Abnormal Psychology Szasz and the myth of mental illness labeling theory prevalence of abnormality criteria of abnormality deviance, maladaptiveness, distress models of etiology biomedical model psychodynamic learning & cognitive models diathesis stress model
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course MATH 17B taught by Professor Kouba during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.

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