Which theorist developed this idea What was Karen Horneys main theoretical

Which theorist developed this idea what was karen

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-What is an inferiority complex? Which theorist developed this idea?-What was Karen Horney’s main theoretical contribution to the study of personality?-What is the person-centred perspective? Which theories developed this idea?-What is self-actualization?Chapter 13 – Social Psychology-How did Kurt Lewin, founder of social psychology, describe how human behaviour worked (hint: it’s a very short equation)?-What is mimicry? How is it related to social behaviour?-What is the chameleon effect? Can you think of someone in your life that tends to act this way?-Are people more or less likely to unconsciously mimic the behaviours of someone that they are trying to impress?-What are social norms? Think up two examples of social norms in Winnipeg.-What is social loafing? What factors encourage social loafing to occur?-What is social facilitation?-What is groupthink? Can you list one example of groupthink happening in the “real world”?-Describe Asch’s study of conformity.-When discussing why people are likely to conform, researchers have described two types of
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social influences. What are they? (See page 538).-What brain area becomes active when people refuse to conform with a group’s incorrect judgments?-How many people are generally necessary in order to produce conformity behaviour?-What is the bystander effect? How is this effect related to the story of Kitty Genovese?-If ten people watch someone choking on the bus but do nothing, this is an example of ___________________.-What is pluralistic ignorance?-What are social roles? What did the Stanford Prison Experiment show us about the effect that roles can have on behaviour?-What was the main outcome of Milgram’s study of obedience?-Sociologist Hannah Arendt coined the phrase, “the banality of evil.” What was she referring to?How is this related to Milgram’s research on obedience to authority?-In terms of social cognition, what is the different between implicit and explicit processes?-How are “thin slices of behaviour” related to person perception?-What are self-fulfilling prophesies, and how are they are related to person perception?-What is the false consensus effect? How is it related to our sense of self?-What is naïve realism?-Biased ways of processing self-relevant information in order to enhance our positive self-evaluations are known as _______________.-What is the “better than average” effect?-What is the different between internal and external attributions? What are two examples of eachtype of attribution?-What is the fundamental attribution error?-What are ingroups and outgroups? Can you think of an example of each in your own life?-What is the difference between stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination?-What task is used to measure implicit (as opposed to explicit) prejudice? Describe this task.-What is the contact hypothesis (related to stereotypes)?-What is the elaboration likelihood model of persuasive communication?-What is the difference between the central and peripheral routes to persuasion?-Why is information more persuasive if it is relevant to your own life?-What is the construal-level theory of persuasion?-What is the identifiable victim effect?
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  • Psychology, Borderline personality disorder, Antisocial personality disorder, Histrionic personality disorder

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