Chapter 11 (Exam 2)
- University of Minnesota - Duluth
- Psychology 1003
- Chapter 11 (Exam 2)
Last Modified: 2011-07-11
Related Textbooks:Psychology: Themes and Variations, Briefer Edition (with Concept Charts)
created factor analysis and 16PF test
Cognitive and psychodynamic theories
Structure of personality
Levels of Awareness
Sex and Aggression lead to Anxiety and the use of Defense Mechanisms
Influence of early childhood experiences, unconscious motives and conflicts, and methods used to cope with sexual and aggressive urges.
Personal and collective unconscious
Striving for superiority
Theory of self-actualization
Skinner, Bandura, Mischel
Stress the genetic origins of personality (Eysenk’s theory: Extraversion vs Introversion)
Twins and Heretability
Sheldon Solomon, Jeff Greenberg, and Tom Pyszczynski
Key Function of Self-Esteem (self-worth and confidence) is to protect us against terror
Culture provides us with traditional order
Independent: Americans, individuals are autonomous and self-reliant
Interdependent: East Asia, see oneself in relations to others
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