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Psy test 2 personality part 1
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Collection of many traits and attributes, the sum total of which constitutes a unique person unlike anyone else
___ working definition (1986, 2004, 2007): "psychological invariance that distinctively characterizes an individual and that under lies the underline the variations in the thoughts, feelings and actions that occurs contexts and over time."
Personality theories are ___ and ____
View ppl as shaped by on going conflicts between primary driven and social pressure of civilized society.
Structure = Three elements of personality:
which are ___ ___ and ___
___: biological component consisting of basic impulses (sex and aggression)
___: the middle man- acts as intermeddling between instinctual demand of Id and the reality of the real world.
____: ideas and morals: become the conscience of the individual.
___ ____ ___ ___: (unconscious maneuvers that shield the ego from anxiety by denying or distorting reality)
Anxiety and the Defense Mechanisms
___: holding back or banishing from consciousness unacceptable impulse and disturbing memories.
___: Substituting self- justifying excuses or explanations for the real reasons for behavior.
____: reduce anxiety by created by unacceptable impulse by attributing these impulses to someone else. Ex: the boss doesn't like me, but in reality you don't like him
___: Divert their impulse- driven behavior from primary target to secondary and that will arvoes less anxiety
___: cope with the anxiety- producing situation by retreating to an earlier stage of development.
___ ___: ego unconsciously replaces unacceptable impulses with their opposite. Ex: (opposite to your feeling) fake
___: The focus of sexual gratification shifts from one body site to another
The manner in which a child goes thru these stages is a major determinant of personality
Personality Development through Psychosexual Stages:
___ : arrested development that results from exposure to either too little or too much gratification.
Oral what stage and what time?
(birth to 12 to 18 months)
Anal is what stage and what time?
(12 to 18 months to age 3)
Phallic is what stage and what time?
(age 3 to age 5 or 6)
___: the attraction a male child feels towards his mother ( and jealousy toward his father)
___: The girl loves her father and complete with her mother (the females counterpoint to the Oedipus complex)
Latency is what stage and what time? nothing happens (quite time of psy development)
(age 5 or 6 to puberty)
Genital (puberty on) to ____- up surge of sexual energy.
___ :up surge of sexual energy.
Humanistic Theory of Personality
____ Self-Actualization and Hierarchy of Needs
Biological and Physiological needs
basic life needs-air,food, drink, shelter, warmth, sex, sleep, etc
protection, security, order, law, limits, stability, etc
Belongingness and love needs
Family, affection, relationships, work group, etc
Achievement, status, responsibility, reputation
personal growth and fulfilment
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