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9/21 14/09/2010 09:13:00 Study Guide In Class 210910 Study Guide 470 InClass 210910 These will show up TWICE on the test: emphasizing from other chapters: 1. Individuals can describe their own experiences  and make sense of these  experiences directly without recourse to concepts  such as ego, drive and  reinforcement and things such as neuron, gene and species (Rollo May).  A TRUE 2 “Human beings are always capable of change and development.” (Rollo  May) A TRUE o we are all capable of CHANGING  (CH. 12 SG also)
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3. “Beauty is harmony, as May explains later in the book (My Quest for  Beauty), and harmony within himself, oneness with his own identity, with his  fellows, and with nature (Eigenwelt, Mitwelt, and Umwelt) were to be theoretical  concepts that would occupy most of May’s later professional life, May’s discovery  of the beauty and peace that lay around him was his salvation.”  (CH. 12 SG  also) appreciation of beauty and ascetics important in our culture 4. Mark & Judy Hector have lived on the  Holston River  in Jefferson  County since 1974. B FALSE  5. The central theme  (question) of Freedom by Jonathan Franzen (2010) is  “How much freedom can human beings bear?”  (Der Spiegel)  6. “Most people generally are psychologically healthy, even though at  times they may have adjustments to make.” (Maslow)  (Ch. 13 SG also) 7. Examples of possible cases of self-actualized figures: Walt Whitman,  Martin Buber and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.  (On Ch. 13 SG also)
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8. “Maslow introduced the notion of the Jonah complex. In this syndrome,  a person, like the prophet Jonah in the Bible, avoids the deeper pursuits of which  he or she is capable.”   (Ch. 13 SG also) OBEDIENCE 9. “Rogers’ proposition about the saliency of understanding the existential  phenomenological reality of another person, to understand what is ‘beneath the  mask,’ is critical to his theory of personality.”  (CH. 13 SG also) 10. “The essence of the directive counselor’s effort is information gathering  and dispensing. The flow of the communication between counselor and client  tends to be one way:…”  (Ch. 13 Sg also) information coming into the counselor, and counselor telling client” do  this__” to fix your problem. 11. “In 1924, Rogers set out to study for the ministry at Union Theological  Seminary in New York.”  (Ch. 13 SG also) Christian counseling A 12.  “Unconditional positive regard  means that the counselor warmly  accepts the client. It is unconditional.”  (Ch. 13 SG also)
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