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Psychology Chp. 12 - Ana Mendoza
Personality- an individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting.Psychodynamic
theories- view personality with a focus on the unconscious and the importance of childhood experiences.
Everything psychological is simultaneously biological.
Biology and Behavior
Biological psychology- the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic, neural, hormonal) and
psychological processes. (some biological psychologist call t
Chapter 14 - Ana Mendoza
Psychological disorders- a significant dysfunction in a persons thoughts, feelings, or
behaviors.Medical model- the concept that disease, in this case psychological disorders, have physical
causes that can be diagnosed, treated, a
Chapter 6 - Ana Mendoza
Sensation - the process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system receive and represent
stimulus energies from our environment.Perception- the process of organizing and interpreting sensory
information, enabling us to recog
Structuralism- early school of thought promoted by Wundt and Titchener; used introspection to reveal the
structure of the human mind.
Functionalism- early school of thought promoted by james and influenced by Darwin; explored how
mental and beha
PSYC 365 Ch1-2 homework
1. what causes behaviour?
- What initiates that behaviour? What stops it?
- What is the origin of this kind of thinking
- What is it that sustains behaviour? Persistence
Why does behaviour vary in its intensity?
- Why is
CHAPTER 4, REVIEW QUESTIONS:
1. Describe the ABC model of an attitude. How should each component be measured?
ABC model of attitudes is affect, behavior and cognition. Affect refers to the way a
consumer feels about an attitude object. Behavior involves t
THE HARTMAN PERSONALITY PROFILE
Directions: Mark an "X" by the one word or phrase that best describes what you are like most of
the time. Choose only one response from each group. After you've finished question 30, total
your scores for each letter
Personality Assessment #6: Social- Cognitive Theory
The social-cognitive approach, also known as the social-learning approach, sees personality as a
set of behaviors and cognitive habits that people acquire through learning and then display in particular
Phenomenological Theory: Self-Determination Theory & Existentialism
This approach to personality focuses on the self perceptions of individuals, and stresses the
importance of how their perceptions of their world facilitate understanding personality. Usin
Personality Assessment #1
The way XY dresses, XYs music choices, the way XY talks, and even XYs home and office
environments all serve as cues that express XYs personality to others. While I dont believe that you
can ever completely know a pe
What is Personality?
Psychological qualities that contribute to an individuals enduring and distinctive patterns of
thinking, feeling and behaving.
- Accounts for consistency of behavior, thoughts and feelings
- Accounts for individual differences of beha
*(does your person have any superstition, lucky
Behavior that increases in frequency or strength
because of accidental pairings with a
Personal Construct Perspective
Constructive Alternativism - reality is always
experienced from one or another perspective
Clarification: some constructions are better than
People as Scientists
People move through life trying to
The Behavioral Nature of Personality
Personality = Behavior
o You are what you do
o Our personality is the product of
our conduct.-Aristotle, Ethics
Personality is Learned
o You learn to be you
Personality is Acquired Over Time
Many misunderstandings surround the biological
study of personality David Buss
1. Misperception that the biological
perspective is at odds with environmental or
2. Assumption that genetically determined
A philosophy of human existence
What is it to be human?
What is it to be human?
We cannot be captured by a philosophical
system or a psychological theory
We cannot be reduced to physical and chemical
Phenomenololgical Theory: Maslows major
Freud: Life and Death instinct
Jung: Individuation, Transcendence, Self-realization
Adler: Striving for Perfection
Hierarchy of needs
Some needs take precedence
Psychodynamic the dynamic interplay among
motives, drives, needs, and conflicts; the interaction
of various conscious and unconscious mental or
emotional processes, as they influence behavior,
thoughts and feelings.
Phenomenology the study of consc