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Developmental CLEP


John Bowlby Attachment Theory
Carl Rogers Humanistic approach stressing role of self-actualization, person centered approach to therapy
Erikson Psychosocial
Piaget cognitive-developmental
Skinner Changes in behavior are the result of an individual's response to events (stimuli) that occur in the environment
Bandura Socialization is conditioned (aggression).
Allport every person has a small number of specific traits that predominate in his or her personality
Maslow Humanistic, hierarchy of needs, 2 motivators: defficency & growth
Schachter 2 factor theory of emotion: sympathetuc appraisal, interpretation
Karl von Frisch bees dance to communicate
Guilford multiple trait factor of intelligence
Kohlberg moral development
Alfred Binet intelligence is relationship of mental ability and age
Festinger people have a drive to evalutae themselves
Adler He thought mental disorders were characterized by extreme feelings of inferiority and a desire for superiority over others.
Bandurha A researcher who focused on observational learning, or modeling. showed that children learn behavior by watching others.
Binet intended the test to predict school performance. He did not believe that it measured innate intelligence.
James Marcia The psychologist who described four identity states, based on where people stand on the path to identity. The four states are identity foreclosure, identity moratorium, identity diffusion, and identity achievment.
Schacter The developers of the two-factor theory of emotion. believed that emotions come both from physiological stimuli and the cognitive interpretation of that stimuli.
Vygotsky He believed that social interactions with adults play a critical role in the development of children’s cognitive skills.
Adler the goal of behavior is to compensate for sense of inferiority by acheving superiority.
Kohler studied problem-solving abilities of chimps and found that they showed insight.
Broadbent Theory of selective attention.
Broadbent Some sensory info allowed in while some is "filtered" out.
Fromm man has 5 needs that come from lonely conditions.
Fromm man needs: sense of identity, feeling of belonging, creativity, relating to fellow beings, maintaing stable frame of refference
Created by: sloanie32 on 2006-06-19

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