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the conscious, rational part of the personality charged with keeping peace between the two other parts of the personality10: personality
largely unconscious mental strategies employed to redice the experience of conflict or anxiety10: personality
personality assessment instruments which are based on Freud's concept of projection10: personality
successive, instinctive patterns of associating pleasure with stimulation of specific bodily areas at different times of life10: personality
a projective test requiring subjects to describe what they see in a series of inkblots10: personality
the primitive, unconscious portion of the personality that houses the most basic drives and stores repressed memories10: personality
in Freudian theory, this is the psychic domain of which the individual is not aware but that is the storehouse of repressed memories, drives and conflicts unavailable to consciousn10: personality
Freud's assumption that all our mental and behavioural responses are caused by unconscious traumas, desires or conflicts10: personality
refers to theorists who broke with Freud but whose theories retain a psychodynamic aspect10: personality
derived the principle of archetypes from Freud's psychodynamic theory10: personality
the mind's storehouse of values, including moral attitudes learned from parents and from society10: personality
the ancient memory images in the collective unconscious10: personality
the Jungian dimension that focuses on inner experience, less outgoing10: personality
the Jungian personality dimension involving turning one's attention outward10: personality
father of the Trait Theory10: personality
stable personality characteristics that are presumed to exist within the individual and guide his or her thoughts and actions under various conditions10: personality
a feeling of inferiority that is largely unconscious, with its roots in childhood10: personality
preferred the humanistic view of psychology; hierarchy of needs10: personality
an individual's sense of where his or her life influences originate10: personality
a widely used personality assessment instrument that gives scores on ten important clinical traits10: personality
assumptions that are held by people to simplify the task of understanding others10: personality
the assumption that another person's behavior is hte result of a flaw in the personality, rather than the situation10: personality
the view that mental disrodrrs are diseases that have objective physical causes and require specific treatments12: psychological disorders
the classification system most widely accetped psychiatric in the United States12: psychological disorders
abnormal disturbances in emotion or mood12: psychological disorders
a fear of public spaces and open spaces12: psychological disorders
a group of anxiety disorders involving a pathological fear of a specific object or situation12: psychological disorders
psychological problems appearing in form of bodily symptoms or physical complaints12: psychological disorders
a group of pathologies involving fragmentation of the personality (mary and gary!)12: psychological disorders
formerly called 'multiple personality disorder', a condition in which an individual displays multiple identities12: psychological disorders
the specialty in psychology that studies the interaction of biology, behaviour and mental processes3: biopsychology and neuroscience
a relatively new interdisciplinary field that focuses on the brain and its role in psychological processes3: biopsychology and neuroscience
cell specialized to receive and transmit info to other cells in the body3: biopsychology and neuroscience
a branched fiber that extends outward from the main cell body and carries information into the neuron3: biopsychology and neuroscience
chemical messengers that relay neural messages across the synapse3: biopsychology and neuroscience
the brain and the spinal cord (type of nervous system)3: biopsychology and neuroscience
all parts of the NS lying outside the central nervous system3: biopsychology and neuroscience
sends voluntary messages to the body's skeletal muscles3: biopsychology and neuroscience
sends communications between the CNS and the internal organs and glands3: biopsychology and neuroscience
helps us respond to stressful situations (fight)3: biopsychology and neuroscience
returns the body to calmer functioning after arousal (flight)3: biopsychology and neuroscience
part of the brain involved in emotion and memory3: biopsychology and neuroscience
part of the brain that regualtes glands all over the body3: biopsychology and neuroscience
sets brain's general alertness level and warning system3: biopsychology and neuroscience
regulates coordinated movement3: biopsychology and neuroscience
part of the brain that involves sleep3: biopsychology and neuroscience
part of the brain involved in memory3: biopsychology and neuroscience
part of the brain involved in complex mental processes3: biopsychology and neuroscience
part of the brain that relays sensory information3: biopsychology and neuroscience
manages the body's iternal state3: biopsychology and neuroscience
controls breathing and heart rate3: biopsychology and neuroscience
the middle layer of the brain, involved in emotion and memory3: biopsychology and neuroscience
cortical regions of the brain that are involved in movement and thinking3: biopsychology and neuroscience
cortical areas of the brain involved in touch sensation and perceiving spatial relationships3: biopsychology and neuroscience
cortical lobes that process sounds, including speech. probably involved in storing long-term memories.3: biopsychology and neuroscience
neurotransmitters that produce sensations of pleasure and rewardneurotransmitters
regulates sleep and dreaming, mood, pain, aggression, apetite and sexual behaviorneurotransmitters
most prevalent inhibitory neurotransmitter (associated with epilepsy)neurotransmitters
pleasurable sensations and control of painneurotransmitters
the process by which the brain creates a model of internal and external experience5: states of consciousness
any brain process that does not involve conscious processing5: states of consciousness
physiological patterns that repeat approximately every 24 hours5: states of consciousness
stage of sleep that occurs every 90 minutes, rapid eye movement5: states of consciousness
a sleep deficiency caused by not getting the amount of sleep that one requires for optimal functioning5: states of consciousness
the symbolic meaning of objects and events in a dream5: states of consciousness
an induced state of awareness, usually characterized by heightened suggestability, deep relaxation and focused attention5: states of consciousness
chemicals that affect mental processes and behavior by their effects on the brain5: states of consciousness
a process by which the body adjusts to, and comes to need a drug for its everyday functioning5: states of consciousness
any system that encodes, stores and retrieves information7: cognition
one of the three basic tasks of memory; modification of info to fit the preferred format for memory system7: cognition

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