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Psy Final Part 1


Unique and stable behavior Personality
Psychoanalytic Approach, Humanistic Theory, Trait Theories, Learning Approaches are The theories of personality
Pleasure principle, unconscious ID
Reality principle Ego
Represents the conscience Super-Ego
Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency and Genital Psychosexual Stages
Oral Stage 0-1 years
Anal Stage 2-3 years
Phallic Stage 4-5 years
Latency Stage 6-12 years
Genital 13-adult
Feeding, thumb sucking, babbling Oral Stage
Bowel and bladder control Anal Stage
Difference between males and females Phallic Stage
Development continue Latency Stage
Maturity Genital Stage
Repression, Rationalization, Regression, Displacement, Projection and Sublimation are: Defense Mechanisms
Push a memory into unc (make disappear) Repression
Make a mistake reasonable Rationalization
A defensive reaction to unaccepted impulses Regression
Taking anger out on somebody else Displacement
Taking your own unacceptable thought or impulse and blame it on someone else Projection
Take an unacceptable impulse and convert it to a socially acceptable one Sublimation
Alfre Adler, Karen Horney, Carl Jung Neo-Freudians
Neo-Freudian : Striving for Superiority Alfred Adler
Neo-Freudian : Womb Envy Karen Horney
Neo-Freudian : Introvert(shy)/Extrovert(not shy) Carl Jung
Theory focused on present and the importance of human growth Humanistic Theory
Hierarchy of Needs Abraham Maslow
The Big Five OCEAN
O Openness to Experience
C Conscientiousness (reliable, organized)
E Extraversion (outgoing, talkative)
A Agreeableness
N Neuroticism
Social Cognitive Theory is a Learning Theory
Learning by exposure to others Observational Learning
Reward self Self-reinforcement
Belief about your ability Self-efficacy
Objective and projective test Measure Personality
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