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2 1 This is… Jeopardy

3 2 Theorists TermsPerspectivesBarronsTerms Cont.Misc

4 3 This theorist believed we have a collective unconscious. Carl Jung

5 4 This theorist proposed the inferiority complex. Alfred Adler

6 5 Who was the theorist who countered Freuds assumptions that women have weak superegos and penis envy. Karen Horney

7 6 Believed that after fulfilling other needs people will be motivated to achieve their highest potential. Abraham Maslow

8 7 Came up with the psychoanalytic theory, which included ideas about an unconscious region of the mind, psychosexual stages, and defense mechanisms. Sigmund Freud

9 8 What is personality? An individuals characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting.

10 9 What is the term for: The childhood stages of development during which according to Freud, the ids pleasure seeking energies focus of erogenous zones. Psychosexual stages

11 10 What is identification? The process by which, according to Freud, children incorporate their parents values into their developing superegos.

12 11 In psychoanalytic theory, the egos protective methods of reducing anxiety by unconsciously distorting reality. What term does this define? Defense Mechanism

13 12 Define Self- Actualization. According to Maslow, the ultimate psychological need that arises after basic physical and psychological needs are met and self esteem is achieved.

14 13 This perspective views behavior as influenced by the interaction between persons and their social context. Social Cognitive

15 14 This type of psychologist focuses on the way healthy people strive for self determination and self realization. Humanistic

16 15 This type of perspective includes Big Five personality factors. Trait

17 16 The belief that ones personality was essentially set in early childhood. Psychoanalytic

18 17 Views genes, chemicals, and body types as the central determinants of who a person is. Biological

19 18 Which approach toward personality is the least deterministic? A) Psychoanalytic B) Humanistic C) Trait D) Behaviorist B) Humanistic

20 19 Dr. Li asks her clients to interpret ambiguous pictures of people in various settings. The method she is using is called A) the Rorschach test B) the MMPI C) the TAT D) factor analysis C) The TAT

21 20 According to Freud, which part of the mind acts as a persons conscience? Superego

22 21 Jamal sucked his thumb until age 8. As an adult, he smokes, chews gum, and thinks constantly of food. Psychoanalysts would describe Jamal as having A) an obsession B) an Oedipus complex C) an oral fixation D) a mother complex C) An oral fixation

23 22 What kind of psychologist would be most likely to use a projective personality assessment? A) Social Cognitive B) Trait C) Behaviorist D) Humanistic E) Psychoanalytic E) Psychoanalytic

24 23 A characteristic pattern of behavior or a disposition to feel and act, as assessed by self report inventories and peer reports. Trait Trait

25 24 This term proposes that faith in ones worldview and the pursuit of self-esteem provide protection against a deeply rooted fear of death. Terror Management Theory

26 25 Our sense of controlling our environment rather than feeling helpless. Personal Control

27 26 Overestimating others noticing and evaluating our appearance, performance, and blunders. Spotlight Effect

28 27 The part of personality that, according to Freud, represents internalized ideals and provides standards for judgment and our future aspirations. Superego

29 28 What kind of test is this? Rorschach inkblot test

30 29 The interacting influences between personality and environmental factors. What term does this define? Reciprocal Determinism

31 30 Example: Biff claims he loathes Muffy. Which defense mechanism is this? Reaction Formation

32 31 What are the Big Five personality factors? Openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism

33 32 What is an empirically derived test? A test developed by testing a pool of items and then selecting those that discriminate between groups. Ex: MMPI

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