PSY 3310 - 12 - Personality - Outline

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PSY 3310: Psychology & Religion - Personality I. Introduction II. 5 Approaches A. Object Relations B. Attachment Style C. Eysenck’s typology D. Cloninger’s Unified Biosocial Theory E. Five-Factor Model
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Introduction Chapter author = Ralph Piedmont - APA Div 36 Past President (‘06-’07) - Editor, Psychology of Religion & Spirituality ________ = supernatural; filled with or characterized by a sense of a supernatural presence; spiritually elevated. ________ = a presiding divinity or spirit
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Introduction Why is it useful to use a personality framework when studying religiousness? 1) Provides ________ models 2) Provides an ________ context 3) Can be used to ascertain distinctive ________ utility of religious/spiritual variables.
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Object Relations Introjection = Process by which the person creates ______ representations of significant others. - Religion involves some relationship with a deity “God image is a ___________ in that it is a psychic symbol that the person can draw upon to navigate problems at a particular stage of development” (p.
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