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The levels of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
Conditional vs. Unconditional Positive Regard
Conditional Positive Regard: the person is only held in esteem when they fulfill certain requirements set for them by another person or society.
Unconditional Positive Regard: the acceptance of the person as he or she is.
Self-Concept vs. Ideal Self
Self-Concept: an image of the person that one really is.
Ideal Self: an image that represents the person one would like to be.
Extrinsic Motivation vs. Intrinsic Motivaton
Extrinsic Motivation: refers to things that are external to oneself, such as money or rewards.
Intrinsic Motivation: refers to things that are internal, such as pride of accomplishment.
When your subjective experience is altered as you become absorbed or fully immersed in your activity
The experience of Flow includes…
1)A loss of the feeling of self-consciousness, attention is directed outwards towards their activity.
2)Distorted sense of time, one's subjective experience of time is altered as people become absorbed in their activity.
3) A sense of personal control over the situation or activity.
4)The activity is intrinsically rewarding, so there is an effortlessness stream of action.
The three key ingredients that promote happiness
- 2)Personal Growth
- 3)Contribution to the Community
What we said a Humanistic Psychologist would say was responsible for Rocky's improvement in life despite his limitations.
What the Compensatory Responsibility Model would suggest about the role Adrian and Mickey played in Rocky's success
What a Humanistic Psychologist would call the events of Adrian falling in love with Rocky and Rocky going the distance with Apollo Creed
What is Transpersonal Psychology primarily about?
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