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Erogenous Zones, Sigmund Freud
___________ are zones of Psychosexual development according to ___________.
Not resolving a psychosexual conflict at an early age will result in a halt in development, and a ___________ at the given stage.
This stage begins at the the onset of ___________, and allows for the formation of complete human relationships.
This defense mechanism is also known as extreme repression, where certain thoughts cannot possibly exist.
This defense mechanism causes us to react oppositely to a given stimuli
(We cannot kill our kid, so we show him alot of affection)
In a study by __________, _________ is thought to be a reaction formation to ones own homosexuality.
This defense mechanism converts us back to a younger self to avoid the issue
(Characteristic of whining, thumb sucking, and tantrums)
This defense mechanism causes us to take out our anger on sources other than the primary stimuli
This defense mechanism helps us identify with the behavior of someone we feel is superior
________ Revised Freud's theories on the basis that they were too focused on _________
There is a _______________ that spans across human history and culture according to Carl Jung
Dimensions of Personality
Extroversion and Introversion are ________________ in which a person is either sociable or anti-social
This psychologist believed that personality can be described in two ways. Either there is deficiency orientation and growth orientation
Believed there are 200 personality traits divided between central, secondary, and cardinal traits
Used factor analysis to come up with 16 factors of personality, divided into source traits and surface traits
A person ________ in extraversion is likely to be sociable; A person _________ in extraversion is likely to be shy/passive
A person _____________ in neuroticism is likely to be emotionally stable; a person ________ in neuroticism is likely to be emotionally instable
_______ levels of arousal reflect a person is extremely sociable because that person is not ___________ aroused
(according to Eysenck)
A person with _________ levels of psychoticism is passive; a person with _____________ levels is impulsive
Wanting to do well on in school because you want to have a good job is an example of an _____________ locus of control
Wanting to do well in school because you will get paid money to do so is an example of an ___________ locus of control
Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
A Projective Test that requires the subject to analyze a definite, wordless image
Asks a series of questions that ask people to indicate which statements accurately describe their own behavior/mental state
Regards personality as governed by an individuals ongoing choices and decisions in the context of the realities of life and death
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