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2012-05-21 18:02:12
psy 101

quiz 3
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  1. extrovert
    energy/attn is focused outwards
  2. Introvert
    energy/attention is focused inwards
  3. personalities
    a persons unique and relatively stable patterns of thinkin, emotions, and behavior
  4. temperment
    hereditary aspect of personality including sensativity of activity level, prevailing mood, iritability, and adaptation
  5. big 5 factor model
    • extroversion
    • agreeableness
    • conciencoiness
    • neuroticism
    • openess to experience
  6. Humanistic Theory
    That we all have the ability to choose that is not determined by genetics, learning, or unconcious forces
  7. Projective Test
    • The rorschach ink blot test
    • Thematic Apprception Test
    • uncover, hindden/unconcious thoughts and needs
  8. Psychopathology
    Study of mental, emotional, and behavrioal disorders
  9. Mental Disorder
    A significant impairment in psychological functioning
  10. Psychotic Disorder
    Characterized by a retreat form of reality by hallucinations and delusions and by social withdraw
  11. Mood Disorder
    Disturbance in mood or emotion "Depression, mania"
  12. Anxioty Disorder
    Disruptive feelings or fear, apprehension, or anxiaty
  13. Somato Form Disorder
    To believe something is wrong with you, showing physical symptoms
  14. Disaccosiative Disorder
    Temporary amnesia, multiple personality, or depersonalization
  15. Personality Disorder
    Maladaptive personality pattern
  16. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorder
    Difficulty with sexual identity, deviant sexual behavior, or sexual adjustment
  17. Substance related Disorder
    Abuse of or dependance on a mood or behavior altering drug
  18. Obsesive Compulsive Disorder
    Extreme preoccupation wiht certain thoughts and compulsive performance of certain behaviors
  19. PTSD
    PostTramatic Stress Disorder - Anxiaty produced after a tramatic experience
  20. Delusions
    A false belief held against all contrary evidence
  21. Hallucination
    Imaginary sensation that doesn't exist in the real world
  22. Schizophrenia
    Characterized by delusions, hallucinations, appathy, and a split between thought and emotion
  23. The 4 Scizophrenia Tyepes
    • Disorganized
    • Catatonic
    • Paranoid
    • Undifferentiated
  24. Suicide
    • 4x as many men complete suicide, but women make more attempts
    • Highest rates in older caucasions
    • Married Ind. > Divorced, Widowed, Single
    • Usually caused by depression, or substance abuse disorder
  25. Psycho Analasys
    Psychological technique used to better a person's personality, behavior, or adjustment
  26. Free Assosiation Psycho Analasys
    Hacing a client say anything that comes to mind
  27. Analasys of Resistance Psycho Analasys
    Move into the anxiety/concern head on, uncover all inner emotions/thoughts
  28. Analasys of Tranference Psychoanalasys
    Displacement; When someone has emotions/fears from prior relationships and carries them on to new ones
  29. Client Centered Therapy
    Ephasizes excepting ones true self
  30. Existential Therapy
    Focuses on problems of existance (Death meaning choice responsibilities)
  31. Gestalt Therapy
    • Wholeness
    • Rebuilds Thinking
    • Feeling and acting into connective wholes
  32. Behavior Therapy
    Focuses on bahvior only, and how to change it
  33. cognative therapy
    focuses on changing maladaptive thoughts, beliefs, & feelings that cause emotional/behavioral problems; change the way u think
  34. group structure
    network of roles (military)
  35. group cohesiveness
    degree to which one foregoes ind goals & replaces them with group goals
  36. group think
    compulsion by desicion makers
  37. Fundemental attribution error
    assumingg peoples behavior is caused by internal cause when really external (or viseversa)
  38. attribution theory
    process of making inferances about the causes of one's own behavior and that of others
  39. milgram's obedience study
    participants were asked to electricute strangers when they answered questions wrong, increasing the voltage each time. 60% of participants kept shocking strangers to the point they fell silent as if dead