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psyc 454 study guide

psyc 454 study guide


School: Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Department: Psychology
Course: Personality
Professor: Slattery
Term: Fall 2016
Cost: 50
Name: personality study guide exam 3
Description: will cover material on exam 3
Uploaded: 04/25/2017
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∙ What did Kelly mean he describe people as scientists?

∙ What is a personal construct?

∙ What type of theory is Kelly’s?

Kelly Study Guide ∙ What type of theory is Kelly’s? ∙ What is a personal construct? ∙ What did Kelly mean he describe people as scientists? ∙ What is the basic postulate? What does it say/mean? ∙ What is constructive alternativism? ∙ What are the following corollaries? What do they say/mean? o Construction corollary o Individuality corollary We also discuss several other topics like 7) What is the gene with a missense mutation that causes disruption in speech production?
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o Organization corollary o Dichotomy corollary o Choice corollary o Range corollary o Experience corollary o Modulation corollary o Fragmentation corollary o Commonality corollary o Sociality corollary ∙ According to Kelly, are we future oriented or past oriented? ∙ What did Kelly mean when he said that our constructs are organized in a  hierarchical fashion? ∙ What are superordinate constructs? Subordinate constructs? ∙ How many poles does a construct have? Why is more than one pole necessary? ∙ What is the range of convenience? ∙ What is permeability? How is it related to our constructs and mental health? ∙ What does it mean if a construct is too permeable? Too flexible? ∙ What is a role? What are core roles? What are peripheral roles? ∙ What are threat, fear, anxiety and guilt, according to Kelly? How are they alike  and how are they different?Rogers Study Guide ∙ What is humanism? ∙ What is phenomenology? ∙ What is the formative tendency? ∙ What is the actualizing tendency? ∙ What are three conditions necessary for growth? ∙ What is the difference between the organismic self, the ideal self and self concept? ∙ What is the difference between the actualizing tendency and self­actualization? ∙ What are three levels of awareness according to Rogers? ∙ What is subception? ∙ What did Rogers mean by the “denial of positive experiences”? What is it an  example of? ∙ What four needs did Rogers say we have? Define them. ∙ Which needs are contradictory? How can the contradiction be resolved? ∙ How do we initially develop self­regard? ∙ What are conditions of worth? How do they affect us? How are they related to  positive regard? ∙ What is incongruence? How is it related to psychological health? ∙ When are we “vulnerable” according to Rogers? ∙ What is the difference between anxiety and threat, according to Rogers? ∙ What are two ways we act in a defensive manner?  ∙ What is denial and distortion? ∙ What is disorganization? Why do people behave in disorganized ways? ∙ What happens in Rogerian therapy?

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