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psychology q2


What is the study of human behavior as an individual? psychology
what are long term tendencies, beliefs, values, and how we show them? personality
outward expession of emotions affect
what is an inward feeling, state of mind? emotion
thought or thinking cognitive
actions we take behavioral
paying attention, focusing on the person attending
words we use verbal behavior
body language, gestures, movements, way we use our voice non verbal behavior
when we first notice a sense absolute threshold
awaresness of a sense fades away after being exposed to it for awhile sensory adaptation
sensed input somatic
system that recieves, organizes, stores, and recalls information memory
sensed input held just long enough to tell if somethings changing sensory memory
some stored, some permanent, stores while being worked on short term or working memory
memories that are always there permanent memory
initiates, directs and sustains behavior satisfying physical or psychological needs motivation
tendency to act or behave like others conformity
going along with someone's request compliance
change behavior because of an authority figure obedience
tendency to respond negatively or positively to a person, idea, object, or situation attitude
attitude that is negative to a person because of gender, race, religion, or ethnic group prejudice
acting upon a prejudice discrimination
response to sudden danger alarm
long term feeling of unease or worry. stays anxiety
usually around one event. temporary fear
good feeling happiness
blaming another anger
irrational persistent fear phobia
thoughts reoccuring creating anxiety. intrusive obsession
actions we take to relieve the anxiety, repetative compulsion
extreme saddness, despair, with no obvious external cause depression
working less harder in a group social loafing
disorder alternating between depressed and manic moods bipolar disorder
therapy dealing with thoughts cognitive therapy
therapy dealing with behaviors behavioral therapy
taking your own life suicide
the fact that there is a loss, the situation bereavement
how we handle death inside ourselves grieving
external sign of grief mourning
dealing with feelings around the loss intuitive grieving
dealing with behaviors around the loss instrumental grieving
don't feel like we can show our grief disenfranchised grief
resore, replenish, organize thoughts, gives us rest purposes of sleep
depression, slow reaction time, poor judgement, vision changes effects of alcohol
what to do if a friend is contemplating suicide talk, be there, give suicide hotline number
Warden's four tasks of mourning accept reality of loss, work through pain of grief, adjust to enviroment without the deceased, emotionally relocate the deceased
Kubler- Ross five stages of grief Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance (DABDA)
Created by: kvulgaris