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Classnotes 9 General Psychology Dr. Cathleen Hunt – Spring 2008 Know the basics of the psychoanalytic approach to personality (specifics below) How do the Preconscious, Conscious, and Unconscious operate? Which of these are associated with the Id, Ego, and Superego? What are the 3 psychological forces that drive your personality development? Id (Pleasure Principle) Ego (Reality Principle) Superego How do we Assess Personality? Surveys (Trait models) Projective Tests: (neofreudians, freudians) Rorschach 10 Inkblot Tests TAT HTP How do the Neo-Freudians believe your personality develops?
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Unformatted text preview: Carl Jung: Collective Unconscious & Archetypes What is the Humanistic approach to Personality? Maslow’s “hierarchy of needs” What is the Social-Cognitive Perspective on Personality? Albert Bandura: reciprocal determinism What is the Trait Perspective on Personality? 5 Factor Model (OCEAN): Openness; Conscientiousness: Extraversion: Agreeableness: Neuroticism (or emotional stability) Know the criticisms of each of these types of models of personality (make sure you look at your text for this info as well) (Example: What are the criticisms of the social-cognitive perspective on personality?)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 100 taught by Professor Matchock,robert during the Spring '07 term at Penn State.

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