PSYC OF PERSONALITY
PSYC OF PERSONALITY PSYC 330
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Study Guide for Chapter 4 Motivation and Emotion in Personality mWhat is a motive an instinct a goal mDo you understand the major approaches to measuring motives mWhat is the nature of a projective test mWhat is the TAT mWhat types of motives are measured by projective tests mHow does self report of motives vary from this mWhat are three broad classes of motives studied today mWhat is a person who is high in n Achievement like mWhat about someone who is high in n Power or n Affiliation mWhat is known about the sex drive m at are personal strivings mHow do self report and projective measures of motives compare mCan you say what an emotion is mWhat is the relation between emotions and motives mDo you know what Darwin thought about emotions mWhat sort of research did Paul Ekman carry out to support Darwin s ideas mWhat is a mood checklist mDo you know Vincent Nowlis and Russell s factor analysis of emotions What were its major dimensions mHow do dimensions of emotion map on to dimensions of personality m at dimensions of personality did Eysenck propose mHow did this relate to an ancient Greek theory of personality mWhat do emotional traits predict mWhat variables are most related to happiness Study Guide for Chapter 5 Interior Selves Interior Worlds mWhat does the term schema refer to mWhat is the difference between a script and a prototype mAre models learned or innate mAre models always applied accurately if not what sorts of errors occur mDo people always have the same models mWhat are ideal and ought selves mWhat does it tell us about a person s emotionality if their ideal and actual self or ought and actual self are different mWhat are possible selves feared and desired selves mHow do the possible selves of delinquents differ from the possible selves of college students mHow do different possible selves influence recovery from loss mAre there any unconscious selves mWhat is self efficacy stories of the self mHow do people learn and think about personality types mWhat did Mayer amp Bower find in their study mWhat are archetypes mHow do archetypes contribute to the appreciation of art What Are Our mWhat are models of significant others mWhat is Freud s concept of transference mWhat is a Core Conflictual Relationship Theme mWhat is the attachment system mWhat are the various attachment styles that are commonly studied mWhat is the difference between a role and a relationship mWhat is role structure theory Hogan s socioanalytic theory mWhat is constructive thinking and what characteristics does it involve
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