Psychology Chapter 11 and 15

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Psychology Chapter 11 and 15
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Things to study for Chapters 11 and 15 of General Psychology
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  1. 3 components of Attitude
    • Cognitive
    • Affective
    • Behavioral
  2. Sternberg's Three Components of Love
    Intimacy (Liking), Decison/ Commitment (Empty Love), Passion (Infatuation)
  3. 2 biases of Attributions
    • Fundamental Attribution Error
    • Self Serving Bias
  4. Person Perception
    • Effects of physical appearance
    • Cognitive schemas
    • Stereotypes
    • Subjectivity in person perception
    • Evolutionary perspectives
  5. Carl Rogers
    • Self concept
    • Congruence vs. Incongruence
    • Uncondiotnal Positive regard
    • Anxiety and defensive behavior
  6. Bandura
    • Behaviorism
    • Social Cognitive Theory
    • Add cognitive influence
    • Self- effacy
    • And Personal facotrs into behavior and environment
  7. B.F. Skinner
    • Behaviorism
    • Observable Behavior
    • Environment Determines Behavior
    • Operant Connditioning
  8. Adler
    • Psychodynamic
    • Striving for superiority
    • Inferiority complex
    • Compensation
  9. Carl Jung
    • Psychodynamic
    • Collective Unconcious
    • Archetypes
  10. What are the Psychosexual Stages of Development?
    • ~Oral, Ages 0-1, Weaning
    • ~Anal, Ages 2-3, Pooping
    • ~Phallic, Ages 4-5, Identifying with samesex parent, Oedipus complex
    • ~Latency, Ages 6-12, Learnign and expanding social contacts
    • ~Genital, Aces 13+, Developing sexual relationships, working
  11. What is Freud's Structure of Personality and what are each of the terms?
    • Id: Selfish, aggressive
    • Superego: Morality
    • Ego: Balancing the two
  12. Main themes of Psychodynamic Theories
    • -The unconcious
    • -Early childhood
    • -Sex and Agression (Freud)
  13. What are the Big 5 fundamental traits?
    • Contientiousness
    • Agreeableness
    • Neurotiscism
    • Openess to new experiences
    • Extroversion

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