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Level of Explanation - biologicalLower
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Level of Explanation - Interpersonal Middle
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Level of Explanation - Cultural and SocialHigher
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'Basic' structures of psych experience - WundtStructuralism
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Attempt to understand particular psychology - JamesFunctionalism
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Argued naturePlato
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Argued nurtureAristotle
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Commonly a western viewpoint, which is about valuing the self and one's independenceIndividualism
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Common set of social normsCulture
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Describes the desire a child may have for their mother's and a jealousy and anger for their fatherOedipus Complex
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Describes the desire a child may have for their father while are jealous and angry at their mothers Electra Complex
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Motor Cortex; involved in motor skills, higher level cognition, and expressive languageFrontal
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Visual Cortex; involved in interpreting visual stimuli and informationOccipital
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Somatosensory cortex; involved in the processing of other tactile sensory information such as presence, touch, and painParietal
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Auditory cortex; involved in the interpretation of the sounds and language we hearTemporal
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Fight or Flight reflex systemSympathetic
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Brings body back to normal after fight or flightParasympathetic
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Unconscious female component of male psycheAnima
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Unconscious male component of the female psycheAnimus
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Symbolizes the 'totality of the personality'Self
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Mask or image a person presents to the worldPersona
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Side of a personality that a person does not consciously display in publicShadow
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Specific expressions of the unconscious that have a definite, purposeful structure indicating an underlying idea or intentionDreams
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Unconscious and repressed emotionally toned symbolic material that is incompatible with consiousnessComplexes
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Primordial images that reflect basic patterns or universal themes common to us all and that are present in the unconsciousArchetypes
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Sanskrit for 'circle'; symbol of wholeness, completeness, and perfection, symbolized 'self'Mandala
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Inner directed; needs privacy and spaceIntrovert
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Outer directed; needs sociability; chooses people as a source of energy Extravert
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Can't objectively study mind, but study behavior - Watson & SkinnerBehaviorism
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Study of social structures and cultures affect on behavior - HeiderSocial Cultural
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Consciousness is a product of cultural influence having little to do with the individualSocial
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Sees many possibilities in situations; goes with hunches; impatient with earthy detailsIntuitive
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Personality testMeyers-Briggs Test
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The variations among people on physical or psychological dimensionsIndividual Differences
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Unconscious thoughts, feelings, etc. - FreudPsychodynamic
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Studying the mental processes - PiagetCognitive
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how people frequently change our beliefs and behaviors to be similar to those we care aboutConformity
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The focus on developing harmonious social relationships with othersCollectivism
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Asking research participants to describe exactly what they experience as they work on mental tasksIntrospection
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Having a given characteristic helps the individual organism survive and reproduce at a higher rate than do other members of species who don't have the characteristicFitness
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Controls the actions of skeletal muscleSomatic Nervous System
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View consciousness not as a single entityDevelopmental
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Consciousness is ingrained in neural systems and organic brain structuresNeuropsychologists
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Base their understandings of consciousness on computer scienceCognitive
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The belief humans are inwardly wholeIndividuation
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The idea that what one perceived was 'normality' often was the force that shattered the personality of the patient Neurosis
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Aspect of psych that does not enter an individual's awareness, but appears in overt behavior and dreamsPersonal
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Unconsciousness manifests in universal themes that run through all human lifeCollective
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Creative, warm, intimate; sense of valuing positively or negatively; not same as emotionFeeling Function
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Sensory; orientated toward the body and senses; detailed , concrete, and presentSensing Function
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Tags:Chapter, Midterm, Psych, Review

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