Psych 1010 Exam #3
Last Modified: 2012-07-28
Manifest content refers to the client’s memory of the things, people, and events in the dream.
b) Orange juice is healthy; I love orange juice.
c) Pink shirts are effeminate; Chuck Norris wears pink shirts.
d) Dresses are feminine; Britney Spears wears dresses.
You are coming up with explanations for your friend’s behavior.
The bystander effect is the phenomenon that occurs when people don't because they think others will do so.
d) person asking for help in a crowded stadium parking lot
Conformity is following the influence of the group around you.
A) Affect (how it affects your feelings)
B) Behavior (affects your actions)
C) Cognition (affects your thoughts)
Dispositional Attributions: Cause of behavior attributed to internal factors like personality or character.
Bystander Effect: The effect that the presence of others has on the decision to help or not help, with help becoming less likely as the number of bystanders increases.
Ego: logical, rational, utilizes the power of reasoning and control to keep impulses in check. (Power of control)
Superego: moralistic and idealistic portion of personality.
Carl Roger's beliefs about: What is the real self? What is the ideal self? What happens when those selves are similar (or ideally, the same)? What happens when they differ?
- Real self - who a person actually is.
- Ideal self - What a person wants to be like. Influence by others.
- If matched closely - an individual has a positive self-concept
- If mismatched - anxiety will prevail
Conscientiousness: Organization and motivation - being on time and taking care of belongings.
Extroversion: Extroverts are outgoing/center of attention. Introverts are more solitary and they don't like the spotlight.
Agreeableness: Emotional style. Easy going,friendly, pleasant or grumpy, crabby, hard to get along w/.
Neuroticism: Emotional stability (calm) or Instability (moody).
Validity: is the degree to which a test actually measures what it is supposed to measure. Accuracy.
2) Statistical definition- frequent behavior is normal, rare is abnormal
3) Social Norm Deviation- behavior that goes against society standards.
4) Subjective Discomfort- emotional distress while engaging in a particular behavior.
It is a categorical classification system used by most medical personnel when diagnosing a patient with a mental disorder. It organizes each psychiatric diagnosis into five axes relating to different aspects of the disorder or disability.
Severely disturbs mood.
Catatonic: very disturbed motor behavior with coma like rests.
Paranoid: hallucinations and delusions that people/things are "out to get me". Jealousy a common theme.
Negative Symptoms: reflect a decrease in normal everyday functions. Lack of self care.
- The Odd/ Eccentric
- The Dramatic/ Erratic
- The Anxious/ Fearful
- Unconditional Positive Regard
Tricyclics: three ring molecular make up
SSRIs: Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
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