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PSYCH 100 Final- PERSONALITY
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Personality= characteristic patterns of _____________, attitudes, and actions.
Personality= characteristic patterns of beliefs, ______________, and actions.
Personality= characteristic patterns of beliefs, attitudes, and __________.
Our personality serves to distinguish us from ___________________.
There are 4 perspectives on personality. They are: _____________________, trait, phenomenological, social-cognitive.
There are 4 perspectives on personality. They are: psychoanalytic, __________, phenomenological, social-cognitive.
There are 4 perspectives on personality. They are: psychoanalytic, trait, ________________________, social-cognitive.
There are 4 perspectives on personality. They are: psychoanalytic, trait, phenomenological, _____________________.
Sigmund Freud's theory of personality was the ______________________ approach.
The _____________________ approach was the first comprehensive theory of personality.
Sigmund Freud believed that the mind was like an _______________. It was mostly ____________.
Sigmund Freud believed that only the _______ of the "iceburg" was above water. This was a person's ________________.
Sigmund Freud believed that the __________ of the "iceburg" was below water. This was a person's ________________ thoughts.
The unconscious mind includes thoughts, _____________, repressed memories we are ______________ of.
Freud believed that our unconscious minds ___________________ our daily lives.
Freudian slips happen when your __________________ mind drives your behavior.
The Id is your ________________ mind.
The goal of the ______ is to satisfy biological _____________.
The goal of the Id is to satisfy ___________________ drives.
The ______ operates on the pleasure principle. It wishes to seek _________________________.
The Id operates on the _________________________. It wishes to seek immediate gratification.
The superego is partially _________________.
The goal of the _____________ is to __________ rules, appropriate behavior.
The demands of the superego are in direct conflict with the demands of the ______.
The demands of the __________________ are in direct conflict with the demands of the Id.
An overbearing superego is _____________ and guilty.
An overbearing ______________ is uptight and ___________ .
A weak superego is _________________ and remorseless.
A weak _______________ is self indulgent and ________________.
The ego mediates the conflict between the _______ and __________.
The _________ mediates the ____________ between the Id and Superego.
The goal of the ego is to meet _____________ demands.
The goal of the ______ is to meet real-life demands.
The ego operates on the _______________________ and seeks to gratify Id in socially acceptable ways.
Personality is said to be determined in the first ______ years of life.
The 5 stages of psychosexual development in order are:
oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
Each stage of the psychosexual development stage corresponds with an __________________ zone.
Few people ______________ all 5 stages of psychosexual development.
Many people ____________ at one stage of psychosexual development.
The oral stage is from ______-_____ years.
Infants are unbridled _______________ seekers.
An infants focus is on the ____________(feeding).
An infants frustration is that they are __________________.
An infant's fixation is on excessive __________ stimulation.
An infant's _____________ is on excessive oral stimulation.
The anal stage is from ages ____-____ years.
The anal stage is where a child first encounters __________________.
In the anal stage a child's focus is on the _________ areas. (toilet training)
In the anal stage, a child's focus is on the anal areas. (______________________)
In the anal stage the frustration is learning ___________ and ____________ responses.
In the anal stage a child's fixation is _____________ and expulsion behavior.
In the anal stage, a child's _______________ is retention and _______________ behavior.
The Phallic Stage is from _____-____ years.
In the Phallic stage, a boy exhibits an ______________ complex.
Boys in the phallic stage have a ______________ desire for their mothers.
Boys develop ________________ anxiety from the phallic stage and renounce their feelings for mom. They then begin to ___________ with dad.
In the phallic stage, girls develop _____________ envy.
In the phallic stage, girls develop an _________________ to dad and begin to ________ their mothers.
In the phallic stage, girls ultimately renounce their feelings for dad and begin to __________ with mom.
The latency stage takes place from ages _____-____________.
Latency stage is a period of _________.
In the latency stage, there is no ___________________.
The genital stage is from ____________ on.
In the genital stage, _________ drove personality development, and now it drives ______________ behavior.
In the genital stage, feelings for the opposite sex are a reminder of feelings for ______________ and the resulting ____________ is a source of anxiety.
In assessing personality, __________ used dreams, hypnosis, and trances.
Modern day personality assessments focus around the use of _________________ tests.
Projective tests project _______________ or _______________ onto ambiguous items.
Projective test are often faced with ______________ problems. What is right and what is wrong?
The trait approach _______________ personality, not ________________ it.
Traits are _______________ motives or ____________ behaviors.
______________ are characteristic ____________ or conscious ___________.
A personality profile is a set of ____________.
BIG 5 Personality traits are EEOAC.
Trait scales _____________ predict behavior for a particular situation.
____________ cannot predict behavior for a particular situation.
Trait scales _______ predict tendency.
______________ can predict tendency.
The phenomenological approach includes ________________ concepts.
The phenomenological approach focuses on qualities that differentiate ______________ and humans.
The phenomenological approach focuses on the "________".
The phenomenological approach has a ______________ view of ___________________.
center of personality
"Self" answers the question "_____________?"
Who am I
"Self" gives a person a sense of _______________ and personal ____________.
"Self" is an _______________ of thoughts, feelings, memories.
The phenomenological approach says that human nature is basically ______________.
The phenomenological approach says that people work to _____________ themselves.
In the phenomenological approach a _____________ would act as a sounding board and the ___________ would be the analyzer, solver.
The optimal environment for self growth in therapy is one that is ________________, accepting, and empathetic.
The optimal environment for self growth in therapy is one that is genuine, ________________, and empathetic.
The optimal environment for self growth in therapy is one that is genuine, accepting, and _________________.
The Social-Cognitive approach says that personality is determined by our learned _____________ about our interactions with the _________________.
There are _____ types of locus of control.
___________ locus of control perceives control over own destiny.
______________ locus of control perceives little control over their destiny.
Learned helplessness is when ______ outcomes seem ________________.
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