Exam%203%20Study%20Guide - The Psychoanalytic Perspective...

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The Psychoanalytic Perspective MODULE 33 Introduction and Exploring the Unconscious 1. Define personality, and explain how Freud’s treatment of psychological disorders led to his study of the unconscious mind. Personality, free association, psychoanalysis, unconscious, preconscious 2. Describe Freud’s view of personality structure in terms of the id, ego, and superego. 3. Discuss how defense mechanisms serve to protect the individual from anxiety. Defense mechanisms, Repression, regression, reaction formation, Projection, rationalization, displacement The Neo-Freudian and Psychodynamic Theorists 5. Contrast the views of the neo-Freudians and psychodynamic theorists with Freud’s original theory. Collective unconscious Evaluating the Psychoanalytic Perspective 4. Summarize psychology’s current assessment of Freud’s theory of psychoanalysis. Implicit learning, false consensus effect The Humanistic Perspective MODULE 34  Abraham Maslow’s Self-Actualizing Person 1. Summarize Abraham Maslow’s concept of self-actualization, and explain how his ideas illustrate the humanistic perspective. Carl Rogers’ Person-Centered Perspective
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2. Discuss Carl Rogers’ person-centered perspective, and explain the importance of unconditional positive regard. Unconditional positive regard, self-concept . Assessing the Self 3. Explain how humanistic psychologists assessed personality. Evaluating the Humanistic Perspective 4. Discuss the major criticisms of the humanistic perspective on personality. Contemporary Research on Personality MODULE GUIDE 35 The Trait Perspective 1. Discuss psychologists’ interests in personality types, and describe research efforts to identify fundamental personality traits. Trait , factor analysis, 2. Discuss the value of using personality inventories to assess traits, and identify the Big Five trait dimensions. Personality, inventories, Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), empirically derived,
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