PGS 101, Lec 10 (Personality Psychology)

PGS 101 Lec 10 - • Compensation Behavioral Perspectives • Skinner’s Operant Conditioning • Bandura’s Social Learning Theory Skinner’s

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Personality Psychology
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Personality Trait
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Personality Assessments Self Report Inventories MMPI (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) The 16 PF Questionnaire The NEO Personality Inventory Projective Tests Rorschach Test TAT (Thematic Apperception Test)
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Psychodynamic Perspectives Freud’s psychoanalytic theory Jung’s analytic psychology Adler’s individual psychology
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Freud’s Psychanalytic Theory Id Superego Ego Conflict Anxiety Defense Mechanisms
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Freud’s Defense Mechanisms Repression Projection Displacement Reaction formation Regression Rationalization Identification
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Freud’s Levels of Awareness Conscious Preconscious Unconscious
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Freud’s Psychosexual Stages Childhood: The formative years Oral Stage Anal Stage Phallic Stage Latency Stage Genital Stage
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Other Freudian Concepts Dream symbolism Freudian slips
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Jung’s Analytic Psychology Personal Unconscious Collective Unconscious Introversion Extroversion
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Adler’s Individual Psychology Superiority need Inferiority complex
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Unformatted text preview: • Compensation Behavioral Perspectives • Skinner’s Operant Conditioning • Bandura’s Social Learning Theory Skinner’s Operant Conditioning • Personality development – Reward – Punishment Bandura’s Social Learning Theory • Observational Learning (Bobo Doll Study) • Self Efficacy Humanistic Perspectives • Rogers Person-Centered Theory • Maslow’s Self Actualization Theory Roger’s Person-Centered Theory • Self concept • Incongruency & mental health • Source of incongruency Maslow’s Self Actualization Theory • Self actualized personality • Lifelong personality development Biological Perspectives • Eysenck’s ENP theory • Evolutionary perspective Eysenck’s ENP Theory • Traits largely inherited • Personality structure: hierarchical • Higher-order traits – Extroversion – Neuroticism – Psychotism Evolutionary Perspective • Natural selection favors – Reliability – Cooperation – Generosity The Trait Perspective • The Big Five...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course PGS 101 taught by Professor Blan during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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PGS 101 Lec 10 - • Compensation Behavioral Perspectives • Skinner’s Operant Conditioning • Bandura’s Social Learning Theory Skinner’s

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