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PSY 3800 – Personality Spring 2000 Dr. Bacon Vocabulary List – by Daniyel Hoffman Personality Vocabulary List Chapters: 1,2,7 Erikson, 9 Rogers , 13 Bandura, 14 Skinner, 16 80 MC Freud (Ch 2) A-Premise: Psychological determinism I. Personality Structure A-Id -1-pleasure principle -2-primary process -3-instincts -a-Eros -b-Thanatos -4-libido B-Ego -1-reality principle -2-secondary process -3-anxiety -a-defense mechanisms -b-repression -c-projection -d-rationalization -e-denial -f-intellectualization -g-undoing -h-displacement -i- -j- -k- -4-neurosis -a-hysterical neurosis C-Superego -1-introjection -2-morality principle -a-conscience -b-guilt -c-ego ideal II. Psychosexual Development A-erogenous zones B-psychosexual stages -1-fixation -a-regression C-Oral/Narcissistic -1-fixations -a-oral receptive -b-oral aggressive D-Anal -1-fixations -a-anal retentive -b-anal expulsive Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com Page 1 of 16 PSY3800BacWordList1.pdf
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PSY 3800 – Personality Spring 2000 Dr. Bacon Vocabulary List – by Daniyel Hoffman E-Phallic -1-Oedipus complex (crisis) -a-castration anxiety -b-identification -2-Electra complex (crisis) -a-penis envy -b-ego strength F-Latency -1-cathexes III. Misc. A-free association -1-cartharis B-Dreams -1-manifest content -2-latent content -3-dream symbol C-Psychoanalysis -1-insight -2-transference -a-countertransference D-Unconscious -1-slip of the tongue Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com Page 2 of 16 PSY3800BacWordList1.pdf
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PSY 3800 – Personality Spring 2000 Dr. Bacon Vocabulary List – by Daniyel Hoffman Erikson (Ch7) I. Premises-Psychosocial development A-strength/virtue B-epigenesis C-favorable ratio II. Psychosocial Stages A-Trust vs. Mistrust-Infancy -1-basic trust -2-basic mistrust -3-virtue/strength: hope -4-institutional safeguard-faith & religion B-Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt-Early Childhood -1-autonomy -2-shame & doubt -3-strength: will power C- Initiative vs. Guilt-Play Age -1-initiative -2-guilt -3-strength: purpose D-Industry vs. Inferiority-School Age -1-industry -2-inferiority -3-strength: competence E-Identity vs. Identity Diffusion/Confusion -1-identity -a-continuity -2-indentity confusion -3-str: fidelity F-Intimacy vs. Isolation-Young Adulthood -1-intimacy -2-isolation -3-str: love G-Generativity vs. Stagnation-Adulthood -1-generativity -2-stagnation -3-str.: care H-Integrity vs. Despair -1-integrity -2-despair -3-str: wisdom III. Midlife Crisis-Levinson A-mid-life -1-mid-life transition -2-de-illusionment -3-individuation -4-legacy IV. Sheehy-Women & Psychosocial Development A-age 35 Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com Page 3 of 16 PSY3800BacWordList1.pdf
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PSY 3800 – Personality Spring 2000 Dr. Bacon Vocabulary List – by Daniyel Hoffman V. Empirical Research A-Ochse & Plug-blacks B-Kowaz & Marcia-industry C-McAdams, Ruetzel & Foley-generativity, power & intimacy motivation D-McAdams & Mansfield-generativity & communion E-Peterson, Smirles & Wentworth-generativity vs. authoritarianism F-Peterson & Stewart-TAT on achievement, affiliation-intimacy, power G-Franz, McClelland & Weinberger-generativity correlated to psychosocial maturity Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com Page 4 of 16 PSY3800BacWordList1.pdf
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