Chapter 1 Outline: Introduction to Counseling Theory
What is Therapy?
following ethical guidelines
using helping skills
with diverse people with problems who are
seeking help or
establishing an explicit a
Jung Chapter Outline: 1 - History and Context
History of Carl Jung
It's pronounced "Young"
Jung was born in Switzerland
He was an insecure and fearful child
His mother was ill and was away from him for a long time
at the age of three - Jung felt terribly
Which statement below is most closely
associated with the early history of the study of
Thought is always accompanied by imagery.
Mental imagery involves
experiencing a sensory impression in the absence of sensory input.
Behaviorists decided that
Memory for dated events in a person's life. This type
of memory is a type of episodic memory.
An explanation for the reminiscence bump, which
states that memories are better for adolescence and
Chi-square and F Distributions
Children of the Normal
What is the chi-square distribution?
How is it related to the Normal?
How is the chi-square distribution
related to the sampling distribution of
Test a population value of th
Study Guide for Cognitive Psychology Test 1
Make sure youre familiar with the following. Almost all of this appears in the lecture slides they are a
good source of info as you prepare for the test. Make sure youve studied material in the book related
Study Guide for Cognitive Psychology Test 3
Make sure youre familiar with the following:
Source memory & misattribution
Scripts & schemas
Cultural life script hypothesis
Chapter 6 Outline: 1 - Gestalt Therapy
Chapter 2 Outline: 1 - Early Influences and Important
Early Influences on Freud's Theory
Mechanism - intellectual movement saying that human thought and behavior
could be explained in terms of physical and chemical mechanisms adhering to