First Impressions, And The Importance of What Comes After: An Analytical Reading of the
Second Half of Pride and Prejudice
Perspective is a crucial theme in Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice. Througho
Identity, Gender, and Subtext: A Critical Analysis of Twelfth Night
One of William Shakespeares most noted comedies, Twelfth Night is a buoyant play that
revolves around lives and m
Class and Ambition: An Analysis of the First Half of Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice is perhaps one of the most defining works of British
literature and a highlight of the entire
The case of Dora What happened to her? What did Freud think of her symptoms and dreams?
What did he conclude?
Psychosexual and psychosocial stages of development
Know the conflicts at each stage and how they get resolved
Structural vs. Topographical theor
1.Perceiving machines that can negotiate the environment with humanlike ease
a. were developed by computer scientists in the 1960s.
b. were developed by computer scientists in the 1970s.
c. were developed by computer scientists in the 1990s.
1. The more internal locus of control, the more the person
a. is humble about the role of luck in his/her life
b. is able to cope with pain
c. reject plans for weight loss and exercise
d. all of the above
2. How do most Americans feel about their
Final Exam Review Sheet
Major concepts for each of the theorists we discussed
Criticisms and attributes of psychoanalytic theory
How each theorist views psychopathology
Stages of development a
Running Head: Compare and Contrast
Interpersonal Therapy Vs. Group Therapy
Teyber, E. (2000). Interpersonal process in psychotherapy: A relational approach. Wadsworth
Yalom, I. D. (1995). The theory and practice of group psy