PGS 101 Exam 3 study guide

PGS 101 Exam 3 - Two more stages added later Progression PERSONALITY PSYCH Freud Jung Adler Skinner Bandura Rogers Maslow Eyscenk Trait Personality

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PGS 101 Exam 3 Study Guide Study tips: If a concept was covered in lecture, always use lecture notes. Only if not, then use book. Remember, material from the Methods lectures is game for any exam throughout the course. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH Mary Ainsworth Piaget Erikson Marcia Kubler-Ross Kohlberg Prenatal development Importance of contact/touch Infant attachment style development Secure, anxious-ambivalent, avoidant US vs Germany vs Japan infant attachments Cognitive development Sensorimotor period Object permanence, scale errors Preoperational period Irreversibility Centration Egocentrism Concrete operations period Conservation Heirarchical classification Formal operations period Psychosocial development 8 stages Identity development 4 types Moral development 3 levels 2 stages each Highlights of adolescence Highlights of early adulthood, Highlights of middle adulthood Highlights of later adulthood
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Unformatted text preview: Two more stages added later Progression PERSONALITY PSYCH Freud Jung Adler Skinner Bandura Rogers Maslow Eyscenk Trait Personality MMPI 16 PF Questionnaire The NEO Personality Inventory Rorschach test The TAT Self Report vs Projective tests Psychodynamic perspectives Psychoanalytic theory 3 components of personality 3 levels of awareness The iceberg metaphor Defense mechanisms Psychosexual stages The formative years Oedipus & electra complexes Know age range, body part focus, task, possible fixations of each stage Dream symbolism Freudian slips Analytic Psychology Individual Psychology Behavioral perspectives Operant Conditioning Social Learning Theory Humanistic perspectives Person-Centered Theory Self Actualization Theory Biological perspectives ENP Theory Evolutionary Theory Trait Perspectives The Big Five...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course PGS 101 taught by Professor Blan during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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