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Abraham Maslow & Carl Rogers Chapter 13
B-values
Conversational probing:
Deficiency needs
Dominance-feeling
Being-values/metaneeds: Growth needs that deal with the quali…
A qualitative research method Maslow developed that involves…
The physiological drives, safety needs, love and belongingnes…
A sense of oneself that involves good self-confidence, self-a…
B-values
Being-values/metaneeds: Growth needs that deal with the quali…
Conversational probing:
A qualitative research method Maslow developed that involves…
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Chapter 15: Maslow
Abraham Maslow
Deficiency Motives
Characteristics of Self Actualizing Pe…
Eupsychia
- psychologist with similar ideas to Carl Rogers... - had a diff…
-also known as mundane values and demotives... -things we strive…
-accurate view of society... -accept themselves for who they are…
- If you take good people and leave them to their own devices…
Abraham Maslow
- psychologist with similar ideas to Carl Rogers... - had a diff…
Deficiency Motives
-also known as mundane values and demotives... -things we strive…
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chapter 9 theories maslow
Maslow's Humanism
Maslows Humanism Asserted:
Hierachy of Needs; the basic needs are
Hierarchy of needs: Physiological
"it is as if freud supplied us the sick half of psychology an…
that needs are: Hierarchical in nature, with more basic needs…
1. psysiological... 2. safety... 3. love and belongingness... 4. estee…
Food, Water, oxygen, warmth, maintenance of bodily functions,…
Maslow's Humanism
"it is as if freud supplied us the sick half of psychology an…
Maslows Humanism Asserted:
that needs are: Hierarchical in nature, with more basic needs…
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Chapter 9 Maslow
Assumptions of motivation
1. Holistic approach to motivation
2. Motivation is usually complex
3. People are conditionally motivated…
...
The whole person, not any single part of function, is motivat…
Meaning that a persons behavior may spring from several separ…
When one need is satisfied, it ordinary loses its motivationa…
Assumptions of motivation
...
1. Holistic approach to motivation
The whole person, not any single part of function, is motivat…
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Chapter 9 Maslow
Important to know
Hierarchy of five innate needs.
Instinctoid needs
Deficit needs
Spent a lot of time alone, miserable childhood.
An arrangement of innate needs, from strongest to weakest, th…
Maslow's term for the innate needs in his hierarchy theory.
The lower needs; failure to satisfy them produces a deficienc…
Important to know
Spent a lot of time alone, miserable childhood.
Hierarchy of five innate needs.
An arrangement of innate needs, from strongest to weakest, th…
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Chapter 9 Maslow
Holistic-dynamic theory
Hierarchy of needs
conative needs
physiological needs
-people are motivated by one need or another... -people have the…
-lower level needs must be satisfied
-they have striving motivating characters
basic needs; food, water, oxygen, body temp, etc.
Holistic-dynamic theory
-people are motivated by one need or another... -people have the…
Hierarchy of needs
-lower level needs must be satisfied
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Chapter 9 Maslow
Third Force of Personality Theory
Maslow's Philosophy of Science
Motivation assumptions
Meta-motivation
Maslow with May & Rogers) are the "third force"... Criticized pr…
Scientific psychology as desacralixed... Preferred Taoist approa…
Motivation is a Holistic phenomenon ... motivation is complex an…
differentiates self-actualizers from non-self actualizers
Third Force of Personality Theory
Maslow with May & Rogers) are the "third force"... Criticized pr…
Maslow's Philosophy of Science
Scientific psychology as desacralixed... Preferred Taoist approa…
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Chapter 15, maslow
Third-force psychology
Humanistic psychology
Needs for morivation
Physiological needs
Healthy, fully functional human
Positive aspects, personal growth, healthy,
Hierarchy of needs... Psychological needs... Safety needs... Belonging…
Survival shared by animals. Water food
Third-force psychology
Healthy, fully functional human
Humanistic psychology
Positive aspects, personal growth, healthy,
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Chapter 14 Maslow
motivation requires
Hierarchy of Needs
Self-actualization
Esteem
self-actualization
Self-actualization... Esteem... Love/belonging... Safety... Physiological
morality, creativity, spontaneity
self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of/by others
motivation requires
self-actualization
Hierarchy of Needs
Self-actualization... Esteem... Love/belonging... Safety... Physiological
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chapter 11 maslow
womb envy
inferiority complex
hierarchy of needs
self actualization
Men are not satisfied with their small role in reproduction s…
general sense of inadequacy, weakness, and helplessness
A continuum of needs that are universal and ordered in terms…
Need to be one's best and strive for one's fullest potential
womb envy
Men are not satisfied with their small role in reproduction s…
inferiority complex
general sense of inadequacy, weakness, and helplessness
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Chapter 9- Maslow
What was Maslow devoted to?
hierarchy of needs is arranged how and…
instinctoid
characteristics of hierarchy of needs
developing a psychology toward highest human ideals
from strongest to weakest; activates and directs behavior
needs in hierarchy that are innate
one need dominates at a time; needs are not fully satisfied b…
What was Maslow devoted to?
developing a psychology toward highest human ideals
hierarchy of needs is arranged how and…
from strongest to weakest; activates and directs behavior
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Chapter 10: Maslow
Instinctoid needs
Deficiency Motives
Deficit motives or D-motives
Growth Motives
Tendencies predominantly healthy, and they include the capaci…
Some of our instinctoid impulses aim toward the reduction of…
Are possessed by everyone, and involved important lacks withi…
Are relatively independent of the environment and are unique…
Instinctoid needs
Tendencies predominantly healthy, and they include the capaci…
Deficiency Motives
Some of our instinctoid impulses aim toward the reduction of…
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Chapter 9- Maslow
Humanistic psychologists criticized ps…
Maslow believed that psychologists sho…
Maslow's approach to personality is on…
The key idea in Maslow's heirarchy of…
the emotionally disturbed side of human nature
the strengths and virtues where human nature is at its best
people are capable of displayingbetter behavior than prejudic…
lower needs have to be satisfied before higher needs become i…
Humanistic psychologists criticized ps…
the emotionally disturbed side of human nature
Maslow believed that psychologists sho…
the strengths and virtues where human nature is at its best
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Chapter 9: Maslow
Maslow
hierarchy of 5 innate needs
instinctoid needs
Characteristics of needs
-founded humanistic psychology movement assessing positive qu…
an arrangement of innate needs from strongest to weakest that…
maslow's term for innate needs in his hierarchy theory
-the lower the need in the hierarchy the greater its strength…
Maslow
-founded humanistic psychology movement assessing positive qu…
hierarchy of 5 innate needs
an arrangement of innate needs from strongest to weakest that…
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chapter 9 maslow
as a young man, maslow experienced a f…
maslow regarded his mother as...
during childhood and adolescence, masl…
in his theory of motivation, maslow as…
first kissed his cousin Bertha Goodman
a very religious person
shy and socially backward
people everywhere are motivated by the same needs
as a young man, maslow experienced a f…
first kissed his cousin Bertha Goodman
maslow regarded his mother as...
a very religious person
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chapter 9 - Maslow
humanistic psychology
humanistic psychologists
needs in Maslow's hierarchy
lower, higher
criticized psychoanalysis by stating that they would only stu…
thought that behavioral psychologists were narrow and sterile…
physiological... safety... belongingness and love... esteem... self-actua…
___ needs are stronger than ____ needs
humanistic psychology
criticized psychoanalysis by stating that they would only stu…
humanistic psychologists
thought that behavioral psychologists were narrow and sterile…
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chapter 9 maslow
as a young man, maslow experienced a f…
maslow regarded his mother as...
during childhood and adolescence, masl…
in his theory of motivation, maslow as…
first kissed his cousin Bertha Goodman
a very religious person
shy and socially backward
people everywhere are motivated by the same needs
as a young man, maslow experienced a f…
first kissed his cousin Bertha Goodman
maslow regarded his mother as...
a very religious person
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Chapter 15 -Maslow
What is the Third Force Psychology?
What is Second Force Psychology?
What is First Force Psychology?
What does humanistic psychology explor…
Humanistic
Behaviorism ... it is limited by its assumption that general pri…
Psychoanalysis... It is focused on the negative and pathological…
Healthy Functioning... Creativity... Love and Play... Spontaneity... Pers…
What is the Third Force Psychology?
Humanistic
What is Second Force Psychology?
Behaviorism ... it is limited by its assumption that general pri…
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Chapter 15: Maslow
maslow's goal
Hierarchy of needs
failure to meet needs
15 characteristics of self actualizing…
-To study the healthy fully functioning human being... -This eff…
-his theory of human motivation. ... 1. Physiological needs: foo…
-the major problem in America... -Widespread feeling of alienati…
1)They PERCEIVE REALITY ACCURATELY and fully... 2)They demonstra…
maslow's goal
-To study the healthy fully functioning human being... -This eff…
Hierarchy of needs
-his theory of human motivation. ... 1. Physiological needs: foo…
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Maslow- Chapter 9
Third Force
holistic dynamic theory
What are the 5 assumptions of motivati…
conative needs
third major change in psychology, after psychoanalytical theo…
it assumes that one need is met immediately after another.
1. holistic motivation, motivated by everything to feel "comp…
possess a motivational characteristic
Third Force
third major change in psychology, after psychoanalytical theo…
holistic dynamic theory
it assumes that one need is met immediately after another.
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Personality ch. 13 = Maslow
humanistic psychology
motivation
deficiency needs
metamotivation
value system that has its source of the individual acting in…
reduction of tension by satisfying deficit states or lacks; d…
arise out of organisms requirements for physiological surviva…
growth tendencies; b-needs (being needs)
humanistic psychology
value system that has its source of the individual acting in…
motivation
reduction of tension by satisfying deficit states or lacks; d…
Chapter 12: Abraham Maslow
Human Behavior
To satisfy needs
Priority
Deficiency (basic) and growth (meta)
A function of pursuing goals that make life rewarding and mea…
What does pursuing goals require one to do?
Needs are arranged according to what?
What are the 2 types of needs?
Human Behavior
A function of pursuing goals that make life rewarding and mea…
To satisfy needs
What does pursuing goals require one to do?
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Chapter 15: Abraham Maslow
Acceptance of democratic values
Acceptance of self, others, and nature
Accuate and full perception of reality
Aesthetic needs
Characterizes the self-actualizing person
Characterizes self-actualizing person
Characterizes self actualized person
Innate need for such qualities such as symmetry, closure, and…
Acceptance of democratic values
Characterizes the self-actualizing person
Acceptance of self, others, and nature
Characterizes self-actualizing person
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Chapter 9 Maslow (PP)
Maslow's work on self-actualization be…
In his college student years, Maslow w…
An idea in Rogers' theory similar to F…
Critics charge that Rogers ignored tho…
anthropologist Ruth Benedict and Gestalt psychologist Max Wer…
John B. Watson.
conditions of worth.
consciously
Maslow's work on self-actualization be…
anthropologist Ruth Benedict and Gestalt psychologist Max Wer…
In his college student years, Maslow w…
John B. Watson.
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Abraham Maslow (CHAPTER 15)
Humanistic Psychology
Reductive-analytic Approach to Science
Holistic-analytic Approach to Science
Desacralization
approach to psychology that emphasizes the experiencing perso…
strategy of reducing an object of interest to its component p…
strategy of studying an object of interest as a totality rath…
any process that distorts human nature and depicts it as less…
Humanistic Psychology
approach to psychology that emphasizes the experiencing perso…
Reductive-analytic Approach to Science
strategy of reducing an object of interest to its component p…
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Chapter 12: Abraham Maslow
Abraham Maslow
Holistic-Dynamic Theory
Maslow's View of Motivation
Self Actualization
- Was classed as mentally unstable by a psychologist.... - Rarel…
- Holds that people are continually motivated and that under…
Five Basic Assumptions About Motivation:... 1) The whole organis…
Four criteria:... (1) Absence of psychopathology.... (2) Satisfacti…
Abraham Maslow
- Was classed as mentally unstable by a psychologist.... - Rarel…
Holistic-Dynamic Theory
- Holds that people are continually motivated and that under…
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Chapter 9/10 Maslow
Assumptions of motivation
1. Holistic approach to motivation
2. Motivation is usually complex
3. People are conditionally motivated…
...
The whole person, not any single part of function, is motivat…
Meaning that a persons behavior may spring from several separ…
When one need is satisfied, it ordinary loses its motivationa…
Assumptions of motivation
...
1. Holistic approach to motivation
The whole person, not any single part of function, is motivat…
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Psychology: Chapter 5 - Maslow
Hierarchy of Needs
Physiological
Safety
Belonging
...
Health food, sleep
Shelter, removal from danger.
Lobe, affection, being apart of a group.
Hierarchy of Needs
...
Physiological
Health food, sleep
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Personality: Chapter 15 Maslow
Method Centered
What did Maslow argue against
Problem-centered
Third Force
An approach to science that emphasizes procedure over content
The method centered approach and recommended instead problem-…
The issues to the investigated would be given higher priority…
Maslow's theory that emphasizes the opposition to psychoanaly…
Method Centered
An approach to science that emphasizes procedure over content
What did Maslow argue against
The method centered approach and recommended instead problem-…
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Ch. 13-Maslow and Rogers
Motivation
D-Needs
Metamotivation
B-Needs
reduction of tension by satisfying deficit states
-deficient and associated with motivation... -requirements for p…
-growth tendencies... -after you self-actualize you strive beyon…
-being and associated with metamotivation... -needs that allow y…
Motivation
reduction of tension by satisfying deficit states
D-Needs
-deficient and associated with motivation... -requirements for p…
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Chapter 10-Maslow
B-cognition
B-love
D-cognition
D-love
a special form of thinking that is common during peak experie…
an unselfish and nonpossessive giving of love and affection t…
a common, self-preservative form of thinking that aims toward…
the selfish need to receive love and affection from others. A…
B-cognition
a special form of thinking that is common during peak experie…
B-love
an unselfish and nonpossessive giving of love and affection t…
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AP Psych: Chapter 12/13 Terms and Maslow's pyramid
motivation
instinct
drive-reduction theory
homeostasis
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
the idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension…
a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
motivation
a need or desire that energizes and directs behavior
instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a spe…
Theories of personality chapter 9 MASLOW
holistic dynamic theory
Hierarchy of needs
basic needs
first force (behaviorism)
whole person is motivated by one need or another. People have…
cognitive and basic needs
physiological ... safety ... love & belongingness... esteem ... self-actu…
In careful observation of behaviour and environment and their…
holistic dynamic theory
whole person is motivated by one need or another. People have…
Hierarchy of needs
cognitive and basic needs
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Psyc 306 Chapter 15-Maslow
Maslow's Goal:
Hierarchy of Needs (Theory of Motivati…
Hierarchy of Needs:... Need 3
If Belongingness and Love Aren't Met:
Study the healthy, fully functioning human being. Effort was…
1) Physiological (food, sex-related to survival)... 2) Safety (o…
3) Belongingness and love (friends, love, identification with…
-Feel alone and empty... -Failure to meet these needs is major p…
Maslow's Goal:
Study the healthy, fully functioning human being. Effort was…
Hierarchy of Needs (Theory of Motivati…
1) Physiological (food, sex-related to survival)... 2) Safety (o…
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Chapter 15: Maslow & His Legacy
Method Centered
Problem-Centered
Third Force
Taoist Science
an approach to science that emphasizes procedure over content
an approach to science that emphasizes subject matter over pr…
Maslow's term for his theory, emphasizing its opposition to p…
Maslow's alternative to the traditional scientific method, em…
Method Centered
an approach to science that emphasizes procedure over content
Problem-Centered
an approach to science that emphasizes subject matter over pr…
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Chapter 9. (Exam 2) - Maslow Holistic Theory
Holistic Dynamic Theory
Holistic Dynamic Theory
1) Physiological... 2) Safety... 3) Love and…
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
assumes that the whole person is continually being motivated…
Assumes Whole Person Is Motivated by One Need or Another... Peo…
What are Maslow's hierarchy of needs? (Basic needs?
Holistic Dynamic Theory
assumes that the whole person is continually being motivated…
Holistic Dynamic Theory
Assumes Whole Person Is Motivated by One Need or Another... Peo…
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Chapter 1 Maslow's Essential Needs Theory
Abraham Maslow
self-actualization
Self-esteem needs
social needs
desribes human behavior from a motivational needs perspective
fullfillment, creative expression
recognition, respect, achievement
Friendships, Belonging, Acceptance
Abraham Maslow
desribes human behavior from a motivational needs perspective
self-actualization
fullfillment, creative expression
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Chapter 12 Abraham Maslow and Transpersonal Psychology
Desacralization
Eupyschia
Hierarchy of Needs
Jonah complex
The act of impoverishing one's life by the refusal to treat a…
Ideal, human-oriented communities and societies, composed of…
A model of human drives that suggests that basic physiologica…
The refusal to realize one's full capabilities. It is rooted…
Desacralization
The act of impoverishing one's life by the refusal to treat a…
Eupyschia
Ideal, human-oriented communities and societies, composed of…
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Chapter 13
Sigmund Freud
conscious, preconscious, unconscious
iceberg analogy
id,
specialized in nervous disorders, noticed that his patient's'…
conscious: holds what you're currently aware of, preconscious…
personality arises from conflict between aggressive/pleasure…
id: only component at birth, contains basic drives to survive…
Sigmund Freud
specialized in nervous disorders, noticed that his patient's'…
conscious, preconscious, unconscious
conscious: holds what you're currently aware of, preconscious…
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Chapter 9: Abraham Maslow - Holistic Dynamic Theory
Overview of Maslow's Holistic-Dynamic…
Biography of Abraham H. Maslow
Maslow's View of Motivation
Hierarchy of Needs
Maslow's holistic-dynamic theory has been called humanistic t…
Abraham H. Maslow was born in New York City in 1908, the olde…
Maslow's theory rests on five basic assumptions about motivat…
Maslow held that lower level needs have prepotency over highe…
Overview of Maslow's Holistic-Dynamic…
Maslow's holistic-dynamic theory has been called humanistic t…
Biography of Abraham H. Maslow
Abraham H. Maslow was born in New York City in 1908, the olde…
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Ranum Maslow The Lightning Thief Chapters 9-10 Vocabulary
repetition
crevice
feigned
cowered
(n) the use of a word, phrase, sound, or line more than once;…
(n) a deep, narrow opening in rock caused by a split or crack…
(v) pretended; sham; counterfeit... Synonym- act, fake, sham
(v.) crouched and trembled in fear... Synonym-cringe, tremble, w…
repetition
(n) the use of a word, phrase, sound, or line more than once;…
crevice
(n) a deep, narrow opening in rock caused by a split or crack…
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CHAPTER 15: Maslow & His Legacy
What is an approach to science that em…
What is an approach to science that em…
What is Maslow's term for his theory,…
What is Maslow's alternative to the tr…
method centered
problem-centered
third force
Taoist Science
What is an approach to science that em…
method centered
What is an approach to science that em…
problem-centered
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psy 233- chapter #15 MASLOW
third force psychology
second force psychology
first force psychology
humanistic explore/expand on...
humanistic... -hoped to bring out positive aspects of humans and…
behaviorist... -limited by assumption that general principles co…
psychoanalytic... -focused on negative/pathological... -disease/med…
healthy, creative, loving, playful, spontaneous individuals
third force psychology
humanistic... -hoped to bring out positive aspects of humans and…
second force psychology
behaviorist... -limited by assumption that general principles co…
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PSYC 301 Chapter 9 Maslow
As a young man, Maslow experienced a f…
Maslow regarded his mother as... A) a ve…
During childhood and adolescence, Masl…
In his theory of motivation, Maslow as…
B) first kissed his cousin Bertha Goodman.
E) none of these.
A) shy and socially backward.
D) people are continually motivated by one need or another.
As a young man, Maslow experienced a f…
B) first kissed his cousin Bertha Goodman.
Maslow regarded his mother as... A) a ve…
E) none of these.
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Chapter 6: The Viewpoints of Rogers and Maslow
Actualizing tendency
behaviorism
being needs
belongingness and love needs
an internal inclination for continuous personal growth and de…
a school of thought in psychology that seeks to understand be…
a category of needs related to personal growth
a category of needs related to a basic desire to establish an…
Actualizing tendency
an internal inclination for continuous personal growth and de…
behaviorism
a school of thought in psychology that seeks to understand be…
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chapter 13, 14
personality
personality type
traits
Allport, Cattell, Eysenck
unique & relatively stable pattern of thoughts, feelings & ac…
discrete category into which a person can be sorted
relatively stable personal characteristics used to describe s…
tried to come up w/ categories for traits w/ a dictionary (pi…
personality
unique & relatively stable pattern of thoughts, feelings & ac…
personality type
discrete category into which a person can be sorted
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Psychology 300 Chapter 12 (Maslow)
Authoritarian Parenting Style
Authoritative Parenting Style
B-cognition
B-love
A parenting style in which the parents are demanding, expect…
parenting style characterized by emotional warmth, high stand…
A special form of thinking that is common during peak experie…
An unselfish and nonpossessive giving of love and affection t…
Authoritarian Parenting Style
A parenting style in which the parents are demanding, expect…
Authoritative Parenting Style
parenting style characterized by emotional warmth, high stand…
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Chapter 4 Maslow's Hierarchy
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
First level: Physiological needs
Second Level: Safety and Security
Third Level: Love and belonging
Is an interdisciplinary theory that is useful for designating…
Air, water and food... (Oxygen, fluids, nutrition, body temperat…
Involves physical and psychological security. (pain)
friendship, social relationships, and sexual love (visits fro…
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Is an interdisciplinary theory that is useful for designating…
First level: Physiological needs
Air, water and food... (Oxygen, fluids, nutrition, body temperat…
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Chapter 13 - Psych 7A
Sigmund Freud
Conscious
Preconscious
Unconscious
-noticed that his patients' symptoms weren't explainable from…
- holds what you're currently aware of... -thoughts and perception
- represents ordinary memory... - currently outside awareness, b…
- most important part, according to Freud... - not directly acc…
Sigmund Freud
-noticed that his patients' symptoms weren't explainable from…
Conscious
- holds what you're currently aware of... -thoughts and perception
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Psychology 432 chapter 9 Abraham Maslow
Abraham Maslow
more of Abraham Maslow
Hierarchy of five innate needs
instinctoid needs
(1908-1970) humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarch…
Born in 1908 in Brooklyn, New York. The oldest of seven child…
an arrangement of innate needs, from strongest to weakest, th…
Maslow's term for the innate needs in his needs-hierarchy the…
Abraham Maslow
(1908-1970) humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarch…
more of Abraham Maslow
Born in 1908 in Brooklyn, New York. The oldest of seven child…
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