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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Carl Roger's Person-Centered Therapy
- Cognitive Dissonance-Festinger
- Humanism: Ideal self
- Humanism: Real Self
- a ones acutal perception of characterisitics, traits, and abilities that form the basis of the striving for self-actualization
- b When behaviorsand sttitiudes clashes; ex: A healthy person exercises, watches diet, but yet smokes....
- c a nondirective insight therapy; the client does all the talk and the therapist listens
- d Any group you identify with, connect with
- e The perception of what on should be or would like to be
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- People were put into prisoner/guard roles in a moke prison...the roles taken on were taken to the extreme prisoners were being beaten by guards and prisoners were throwing body waste on guards the roles were played out to the point of having to stop the experiment.
- Acting differently toward people usually in a negitive manner of people in our "out group"
- Talking to friends, writing in diary, social networks....more woman
- You see there is a problem then find solution and acting them out to fix it....More Men
- mimic-people will generaly go with a group to to not wanting to stand out....Not acutally told to do or direct request!
5 True/False Questions
Generalized Anxiety Disorder → A person has feelings of dread and impending doom along with physical symptoms of stress, which last six months or longer
ID--psycodynamic → pleasure principle...Instinct, Sex(pleasure not physical), Aggression, anxiety...Satisfaction Immediatly.
Psychodynamic Development stages → 0-18mnth-- Oral-- sucking,routing,dependanse vs independance
18mths-3 yrs-- Anal-- control all or none
3yrs-6yrs old-- Phallic-- gender roles "attraction to mothers/jelously of father"
6-12 yrs old-- Latency-- going out into the world "Starts School"
12 yrs and up--Genital--we retain these things in adult life, fixation can occurr in any of these stages.
Anhedonia → the inablility to feel pleasure...seen in depression and suicidal people
Aggression → Instinct/hormones (testosterone) in males and females the higher the leve the more aggression