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Jeopardy Theories Grab Bag stages defenseYomama Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Humanistic psychologist who emphasized self-actualization.
$100 Abraham Maslow
$200 Classified Personality in terms of Introverted/extroverted Unstable/Stable
$300 Believed we need unconditional positive regard and that we need a correspondence between ideal and actual self
$300 Carl Rogers
$400 This approach to personality focuses on the unconscious mind
$500 He studied birth order. He said we strive for superiority. Came up with inferiority complex.
$500 Alfred Adler
$100 Most widely used personality test
$200 A person who likes to eat, bite nails, chew and Suck on stuff is said to be fixated in this stage.
$200 Oral Stage
$300 The stage where sexual feelings become dormant. The opposite gender has cooties
$300 Latent Stage
$400 A projective test that requires a person look at several pictures and make up stores is the:
$500 Shocked dogs and labeled the term learned helplessness
$500 Martin Seligman
100 A person who is always doing the right thing even when inconvenient is said to be dominated by their ___?
200 This part of your personality protects you. Its based on the reality principle.
300 Boys in the phallic stage have this complex when competing with their fathers for their mothers attention.
$300 Oedipus complex Why is this a bad picture?
400 A person who is overly neat and organized and generally uptight is said to be fixated at this stage.
400 Anal Stage
$500 These are Freuds psychsexual stages in order
$500 Oral Anal Phallic Latent Genital
$100 Upon breaking up with his girlfriend, Julio continues to think, She digs me. Shell be back.
$200 This model says to you, You are like, too skinny.
$300 In the movie Mean Girls, this mean aggressive chick takes up Lacross, a very physical sport as a positive outlet for her anger.
Although I hate my mother, I buy her flowers and tell her how much I love her.
$400 Reaction Formation
$500 Name all 8 defense mechanisms
500 Displacement, sublimation, repression, Regression, denial, reaction formation, Projection, rationalization
$100 Freuds technique in which the patient spontaneously reports all thoughts, feelings and images as they come to mind.
$100 Free Association
$200 A fifth grade girl who thinks boys have cooties is said to be in this stage.
$200 Latent stage
$300 Slamming the door in anger is an Example of this ego defense mechanism
$400 Telephone numbers are stored in this part of our conciousness.
$500 The id resides in this part of the mind.
$500 Unconscious mind
Final Jeopardy Name the 5 traits of the Big Five personality theory
Final Jeopardy Answer Conscientiousness (organized/disorganized, careful/careless, disciplined/impulsive). Agreeableness (soft-hearted/ruthless, trusting/suspicious, helpful/uncooperative). Neuroticism/Emotional Stability (calm/anxious, secure/insecure, self-satisfied/self-pitying). Openness (imaginative/practical, variety/routine, independent, conforming) Extraversion (sociable/retiring, fun-loving/sober, affectionate/reserved). CANOE
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