WT 4e, chap 02-Personality-chg

WT 4e, chap 02-Personality-chg - Chapter 1-revisited...

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Chapter 1-revisited Correlations Meta-analysis
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Theories of Personality 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, describing a  habitual way of behaving, thinking, and feeling
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Psychodynamic theories Theories that explain behavior and  personality in terms of unconscious  dynamics within the individual --psychic energy which takes the  form of attachments, conflicts and  motivaion chapter 2
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The structure of personality Id: operates according to the  pleasure principle Primitive, unconscious part of  personality Ego: operates according to  the  reality principle Mediates between id and  superego Superego: moral ideals,  conscience chapter 2
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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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Personality development Freud’s stages Oral Anal Phallic Latency Genital Fixation occurs when stages aren’t resolved  successfully chapter 2
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Cusaac during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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WT 4e, chap 02-Personality-chg - Chapter 1-revisited...

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