4 April 2016
Case Study 19: Carl Rogers
1. How did Katharines self-concept differ from her ideal self before her experience with
her support group? What does this imply about her mental health, according to Roger
Case Study 27: Albert Bandura
1. What does Bandura mean by reciprocal determinism? Find an example of it in the case
and describe the interrelationships between the factors.
By reciprocal determinism, Bandura believes that person variables, situation var
Case Study 6: Erik Erikson
2. What is the crisis experienced in Eriksons fourth stage of psychosocial development?
How did Betty resolve this stage? What was the outcome of the crisis? Was it favorable or
The crisis experienced in Eriksons f
Case Study 8: Alfred Adler
1. What is the motivation behind Toshimis career choice, according to Adlers theory?
Toshimis feelings of inferiority first motivated her to pick up ballet as a notion to engage
in physical activity to fit in with the rest of he
Case Study 38: Evolutionary Psychology (David Buss)
2. How could evolutionary psychology explain Dylans sexual interest in women who all
look the same (i.e., blond, athletic, and tanned)?
To explain Dylans typical sexual interest in women being of mostly
Case Study 4: Carl Jung
1. What is Marks attitude according to Jungian theory? Provide evidence for your answer.
Marks attitude represented that of the extrovert. His friends described his as outgoing
and happy. In the text, it stated that he was not an i
Case Study 25: Burrhus Frederic Skinner
1. What motivates our behavior, according to Skinners theory? Is it internally or
According to Skinners theory, he believes that behavior is externally motivated and that
Case Study 33: Raymond Cattell
3. What would be some of the ergs that motivated Walters marriage and the formation of
his family, according to Cattell? Explain.
Sex was a motivator for Walter because with his religious beliefs he would not be able to
Case Study 9 Karen Horney
Question 1: Which of Horneys neurotic trends (or basic adjustments) is Samara
The Neurotic needs that Samara demonstrates the moving toward people adjustment. Sama
Case Study 3 Alfred Adler
Question 1: What evidence is there that Martin had feelings of inferiority?
Evidence that Martin had feelings of inferiority are when he helped another child at the store
who was being ac
Case Study 3 Carl Jung
Question 1: What is Roberts attitude according to Jungian Theory? Provide evidence for your
According to Jungian theory, Roberts attitude would be more extrovert. Robert shows more o
Case Study 37 Evolutionary Psychology
Question 2: Explain why Latisha chose Jeremy as a spouse, according to evolutionary
According to evolutionary psychology, one of the reasons Latisha chose Jeremy a
Case Study 33 Raymond Cattell
Question 4: List some of Cattells 16 source traits that Walter might score high on. Which
might he score lower on? Explain.
Some of Cattells source traits that Walter might score high
Case Study 37 Evolutionary Psychology
Question 1: Which of Rogers needs are fulfilled for Allen? Which are not met? Explain.
Rogers need of conditions of worth is fulfilled for Allen. The need of conditions of wort
Case Study 25 Burrhus Frederic Skinner
Question 1: What motivates our behavior, according to Skinners theory? Is it internally or
According to Skinners Theory what motivates our behavior is t
Case Study 18 Abraham Maslow
Question 1: Which of Maslows needs, described in his hierarchy, were met for Frank before
he was laid off? Provide examples and explain.
The needs described in Maslows hierarchy that F
Case Study 6 Erik Erikson
Question 4: What is the crisis experienced in Eriksons sixth stage of psychosocial
development? How did Betty resolve this stage? What was the outcome of the crisis? Was it
favorable or u
Molyneux's problem- Could someone who had never been able to see before distinguish patterns that he/she had felt before upon the return of their vision Distal Stimulus- Stimuli in the environment Proximal Stimulus- the effect the stimuli has on sens
Determinism- Belief that all behavior is caused and therefore not free Empiricism- Idea that attributes are derived from experience and not genetics Environmentalism- same as above Epiphenomenalism- Idea that mental events exist only as by-products o
Bryan Gastelle Maier 9/17/2007
One patient featured in the Bellevue video that caught my attention was the woman with schizophrenia. It was clear that her illness was seriously affecting her life; her glasses were in shambles and most likely did not