PSC1F10+Exam+III+terms

PSC1F10+Exam+III+terms - PSC 1 Introductory Psychology Fall...

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PSC 1 Introductory Psychology Fall 2010 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 bio/genetic model Eysenck’s model role of genetics & heritability evolutionary approaches trait approach Big Five model psychoanalytic approach id, ego, superego levels of consciousness defense mechanisms psychosexual stages social-cognitive approach Skinnerian models social learning theory - Bandura reciprocal determinism situation-person controversy (Mischel) humanistic approach person-centered theory Rogers - self-actualization Maslow – needs hierarchy critiques of different perspectives personality testing objective vs. projective Rorschach, TAT MMPI, NEO Abnormal Psychology Szasz and the myth of mental illness labeling theory criteria of abnormality deviance, maladaptiveness, distress models of etiology biomedical model diathesis stress model Abnormal, cont. psychodynamic model
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