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Psychology in Action

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T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 400 Learning Objectives 401 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 402 Teaching Resources 405 Lecture Lead-Ins 406 Lecture Extenders 407 Key Terms 409 Discussion Questions 410 Web Sites 411 Suggested Films and Videos 412 Books for Success 413 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 414 Brain-Based Learning Activities 418 Critical Thinking Exercises 420 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 424 Writing Project 425 Instructor’s Resource Guide                              Chapter 13                                         Page   143        C HAPTER 13 PERSONALITY
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  O utline Trait Theories Early Trait Theorists The Five-Factor Model Evaluating Trait Theories Psychology at Work Personality and Your Career Research Highlight Do Nonhuman Animals Have Personality? Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Theories Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory Neo-Freudian/ Psychodynamic Theories Evaluating Psychoanalytic Theories Humanistic Theories Roger’s Theory Maslow’s Theory Evaluating Humanistic Theories Social-Cognitive Theories Bandura’s and Rotter’s Approaches Evaluating Social-Cognitive Theory Biological Theories Three Major Contributors The Biopsychosocial Model Personality Assessment How We Measure Personality? Are Personality Measurements Accurate? Critical Thinking/Active Learning Why Are Pseudo Personality Tests So Popular? Instructor’s Resource Guide                              Chapter 13                                         Page   144
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  L earning O bjectives Upon completion of CHAPTER 13, the student should be able to: 13.1 Differentiate between personality versus trait, and discuss early trait theories and the five- factor model. (p. 442) 13.2 What are the key research findings and criticisms of trait theories? (p. 444) 13.3 Discuss personality-job-fit theory. (p. 445) 13.4 Summarize the research on animal personality. (p. 446) 13.5 Describe Freud’s psychoanalytic approach to personality. (p. 447) 13.6 Summarize Freud’s five psychosexual stages. (p. 451) 13.7 Compare Freud’s approach to personality versus that of the neo-Freudians. (p. 452) 13.8 Discuss the major criticisms of psychoanalytic theories of personality. (p. 453) 13.9 Discuss humanistic theories of personality, comparing the approaches of Rogers and Maslow. (p. 455) 13.10 What are the major criticisms of humanistic theories of personality? (p. 457) 13.11 Discuss the social-cognitive perspective on personality, comparing Bandura and Rotter’s approaches. (p. 458) 13.12 What are the key strengths and weaknesses of the social-cognitive theories? (p. 460) 13.13 How does biology contribute to personality? (p. 460) 13.14 Describe how the biopsychosocial model blends various approaches to personality. (p.
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