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type of attachment: ambiguous response to primary caregiver, they're usually inconsistent with child's needsainsworth
how people think and how it affects their personality
death drive, i.e., war
vivd image how other can reactbowlby
type of attachment: kid sad when parent leaves only soothed by them; associated with sensitive and responsive caregiverainsworth
all people share inborn 'racial' (species-specific) memories/ideas that reside in the unconsciouscarl jung, neo-freudian
interpreted hobbsian fearhuman nature
young adults need to form intimate loving relationships with other peopleerikson psychosocial stage, 19-40
characteristic patterns of thought, emotion, and behavior, with psychological mechanisms behind those patterns
freudian slip, leakage of the unconscious mind
certiain _____ touched by experience are strengthened; more experiences being happy more likely you'll be more happyhuman nature, thich nhat hahn
questionnaires to gather s-data by measuring their face
*unconscious* blocking of unacceptable thoughts/feelings/impulses; don't deny it exists, just manage to not think about it
compress several ideas into one image
identify with same gendered parent and how they treat others (partner, friends, family)
returning to attachment figure when frightened2/4 characteristics of attachment
avoid dealing with painful feelings or areas of their life not wish to admit
particular kind of compensation for the past is seen in the desire to act and become powerful because of feeling inadequate as a child
psychic innate dispositions to experience and represent basic human behaviorjung
conceptualization of individual differences; measurement of individual differences
everything requires opposite, life v death, happy v sad
how you feel you're supposed to act within societybowlby
own mind gets in the way of achieving happinesshuman nature
relationships with others that are consistently repeated with different partners throughout lifebowlby, harlow, ainsworth
object that a child give emotional meaning to, in order to bridge gap between private fantasy and realityWinnicott
something beneath the surface that's compelling you to to the same maladapted behavior over and over again
anatomy, physiology, genetics, evolution and their relevance to personalityfMRI, CAT scans, heart rate, etc.
emphasized inferiority and compensationneofreudian
how people change behavior as a result of rewards, punishments and other life experiencespavlov, skinner, bandura
focus on the processes driving the perception, memory, learning and rational conscious thinking; focuses on interpersonal relationships
stages of development proposed by freudfreud
tendency to bring ways of thinking/feeling/behaving to one person to a different person to a different person later on in life
perform 'cleansing' behaviors to symbolically get rid of impurities (OCD, rape victims, etc)
ego mostly, and a little bit of your superego, top most layer of consciousness
type of attachment: don't really care when the primary caregiver leaves, unresponsive caregiverainsworth
'psychic energy' all mental, life drive
overemphasis on thinking; given a terminal diagnosis and instead of being sad you research the disease
a lot of what think/feel/behave = deep unknown content
nothing matters more than social relationships 'foundation of happiness'object relations theory
not wanting your primary caregiver to leave4/4 characteristics of attachment
type of data where the researcher studies the way a person behaves and reacts
mouth lip tongue, theme: dependence on mombirth to 18 months
conscious awareness can produce existential anxiety, creativity/free will understand meaning of being happy. type of approachMaslow, 'hippie psych'
the way the unconscious mind thinks (id)
redirecting thoughts and feelings and impulses directed at one person/object, but taking it out on another person
fixation resulting in dependence or overly independent
idealized image of a male in the mind of a femalejung
adults need to create/nurture things that'll outlast them, often by having kids or creating a positive changeerickson psychosocial stage 40-65
wanting to be near the primary caregiver all the timeΒΌ characteristics of attachment
idea of collective unconscious
personality trend, moving away from others: denying importance of othershorney
how the ego deals with psychic conflict
kids assert power over their environment which can either lead to sense of purpose or _____erikson psychosocial stage, preschool
ideas not thinking about in the moment, but combining into consciousness easily (some superego)
term for social mask one wears in public dealings because private self is tucked away in privatejung
how experiences differ in different cultures.
human nature = 'noble savage' everyone wants to be equalhuman nature
kids need to develop sense of personal control over physical skills and a sense of independenceerikson psychosocial stage early childhood
older adults need to look back on life and feel a sense of fulfillmenterikson psychosocial stage, 65-death
obedient and OCD about things, or antiauthority and chaotic
feeling small, insignificanthorney
learning and cognitive development7yr-puberty
id, ego, superego are part of thisfreud
id mostly, buried deep in ______, repressed
human nature = gentle, pleasure in benefitting othershuman nature
assumption that everything that happens in a person's mind (everything thought happens in person's mind)
idealized image of a female in the mind of a malejung
conflict between the id and the superego, and how the ego has to deal with it
personality trend, person who's convincing self and the world that they're morally superior; moving towards others, seeking approval of othershorney
misattribution of a person's undesired thoughts feelings or impulses onto another person who doesn't have the same views
verifiable, concrete facts that have psychological significance, type of data
personality trend, person who's trying to convince everyone that they're superior in every sort of way; moving against others to try to outperform themhorney
channeling unacceptable toughest into good ones
conscious part of ego thinks this way is irrational/practical
established the psychosocial stages of development
way ego deals with dangerous thoughts/impulses
develop mature attitude about sexuality, etc. Learn to balance love and workpuberty to adulthood
creating acceptable explanations for bad acts
unintended actions caused by leakage of suppressed thoughts
expression of a motivational impulse; harmless/beneficial venting of id feelings
feeling uncomfortable tension which comes form holding 2 thoughts in the mind at the same timeleon festinger
emphasized that adult behavior is often based on efforts to overcome the basic anxiety acquired in chlidhoos
conducted the strange situation experiment
self judgements, type of data
kids need to cope with new social and academic demandserikson psychosocial stage, school
random patten of --- laid out on a piece of paper, you describe what you see, all about free association
judgements by knowledgeable person who knows you about general attributes of the individual
afraid someone will dominate you, so you dominate and exploit them firsthuman nature, glover, hobbs
a parapraxis, manifestation of an unconscious conflict revealing itself
kids develop sense of ____ when caregivers provide reliability, care and affection. erikson psychosocial stage, infancy
TAT test and rorschach are examples of this type of test
your primary caregiver is this to you3/4 characteristics of attachment
had the idea about the transitional object or the 'niffle'
teens need to develop a sense of self and personal identityerikson psychosocial stage, adolescence
individual realizes that there are different genders, and learn to identify with a gender, about superego3.5yr-7yr
one thing that may stand for something else (rose-->beauty); related to dream analysisfreud
substitute opposite thoughts and feelings for good ones
motivated to attain equality with or superiority over other people to compensate for whatever they felt in childhood was lackingused to be physically weak and then you grow up striving for strength
type of way to collect b-data in which you are shown someone doing something and you describe what is going on in the photo
learn how to control self in society, all about developing the ego18 months-3.5 years
train yourself to suffer better to be able to deal with life betterhuman nature
relatively minor personality disorders, general climate of poor parentinghorney
people work hard to bring others to treat them in a certain way that confirms their ---
collecting observations form everyday life as it's happening
unconscious mind, internal mental conflict and relation to personality*Freud
basic love=attachment because we always want someone there for us; parental response to parental overtures
human nature = need to dominatehuman nature
fake self people use to satisfy otherswinnicott

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