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Spring 2010 Psychology 1 Set 3 Study Guide Final Exam: Monday, May 10, 11:30-2:30 The Final Exam will consist of 100 multiple-choice questions and cover ALL lecture material and all reading assignments (30 questions will pertain to Exam 1 material, 30 questions will pertain to Exam 2 material, and 40 questions will pertain to Study Guide Set 3 material). Use ALL Study Guide Sets to help you study for the Final. You will need a SCANTRON form (Red Form No. F-288) and pencil for the exam. Don’t forget to bring a SCANTRON form (Red Form No. F-288) and pencil to the exam Set 3 Study Guide, Page 2 Section 11: Personality I. You should be able to provide a 2-3 sentence description from memory of the following terms: extraversion vs introversion Karen Horney Alfred Adler central vs surface traits NEO personality inventory client-centered therapy II. You should be able to write a 1-page essay from memory for each of these study questions. 1. Describe Freud’s theory of personality. In your answer, describe the notion of the id, ego, superego, and
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Unformatted text preview: the concept of the unconscious. 2. Define each of the following Freudian defense mechanisms and describe an example of each: repression, regression, projection, denial, displacement, and sublimation. 3. Describe Jungs theory of personality. How does it differ from other psychodynamic theories. 4. Describe humanistic approach of Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers. How does this approach differ from psychodynamic approaches? 5. What is positive psychology? Describe its roots, its goals, and how it may be related to issues of emotion. 6. What is trait theory? Compare and contrast Catells, Eysencks, and the Big Five theories of personality. 7. Describe findings on the biological bases of personality. What findings suggest the importance of genetic effects on personality traits. 8. Describe findings that suggest that traits remain relatively stable over time. When is consistency lowest? When is it the highest?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Arthurshimamura during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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