WT 4e chap - chapter 2 Personality End Competency Objective M Identify and explain the basic principles of the Psychoanalytic Behaviorist Humanist

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Personality
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End Competency Objective M: Identify and explain the basic principles of the Psychoanalytic, Behaviorist, Humanist and Cognitive theories.
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Overview Psychodynamic influences Genetic influences Environmental influences Cultural influences The inner experience chapter 2
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chapter 2 Defining personality and  traits Personality Distinctive and relatively stable pattern of  behaviors, thoughts, motives, and emotions that  characterizes an individual Trait -A characteristic of an individual -A habitual way of behaving, thinking, and                      feeling
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Psychodynamic theories Theories that explain behavior and  personality in terms of unconscious  energy dynamics within the individual (attachments, conflicts and motivations) Focus on unconscious processes and  believe adult personality is formed  primarily by early childhood  experiences chapter 2
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The structure of personality Id : motives to avoid pain and obtain pleasure Primitive and unconscious part of personality –Sex & aggression Basic biological needs Ego: Referees between instincts (id) and social demands (superego). Superego : Moral ideals, conscience and parental authority chapter 2
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Balance Healthy individuals keep all systems in balance Controlled by superego = rigid, moralistic & bossy
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CLIP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaoFuIMCvHI
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Defense mechanisms  Repression  Projection  Displacement  Reaction formation  Regression  Denial chapter 2
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Your turn Your math instructor caught you with the textbook open  during a test.  Despite the fact that you know he knows you  were cheating, you protest your innocence.  This defense  mechanism is: 1.  Denial 2.  Reaction formation 3.  Regression 4.  Displacement chapter 2
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Your math instructor caught you with the textbook open  during a test.  Despite the fact that you know he knows you  were cheating, you protest your innocence.  This defense  mechanism is: 1.  Denial 2.  Reaction formation 3.  Regression 4.  Displacement chapter 2 Your turn
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The Development of Personality Freud’s stages Oral (0-1) Anal (2-3) Phallic (3-6)- personality is formed
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Carawilliams during the Summer '10 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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WT 4e chap - chapter 2 Personality End Competency Objective M Identify and explain the basic principles of the Psychoanalytic Behaviorist Humanist

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