Chapter 13 Personality

Chapter 13 Personality - Chapter 13: Personality Thursday,...

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Personality: the characteristic thoughts, emotional responses, and behaviors that are relatively stable in an individual over time and across circumstances Personality Trait: a characteristic; a dispositional tendency to act in a certain way over time and across circumstances Psychodynamic theory: freudian theory that unconscious forces, such as wishes and motives, influence and behavior Psychosexual stage: according to freud, the developmental stages that correspond to the pursuit of satisfaction of libidinal urges Id: in psychodynamic theory, the component of personality that is completely submerged in the unconsciousness and operate according to the pleasure principle. Superego: in psychodynamic theory, the internalization of societal and parental standards of conduct Ego: in psychodynamic theory, the component of personality that tries to satisfy the wishes of the id while being responsive to the dictates of the superego
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