FINAL EXAM REVIEW
FINAL EXAM REVIEW TPSYCH101
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Chapter 13 Personality A person39s characteristic patterns of thinking feelings and interacting STABLE Psychoanalysis childhood sex and unconscious Not empirical subjective Behaviorism objective science observable behaviors Humanistic psychology growth potential Not empirical subjective not widely applicable Cognitive psychology mental processes Positive psychology Trait perspective 0 The big ve Openness Conscientiousness Extraversion Agreeableness Neuroticism Social cognitive perspective 0 Interaction of traitscognition and social context 0 Reciprocaldeterminism 0 Personal contro Chapter 14 Social cognition Attribution theory Fundamental attribution error 0 Overestimate disposition o Underestimate situation Attitudes and how attitudes in uence actions 1 Persuasion 2 Foot in the door 3 Roles Zimbardo Cognitive dissonance theory we experience discomfort when our attitudes or our attitudes and actions don39t align Social in uence 1 Behavior is contagions automatic mimicry a Chameleon effect b Suggestibility and violence 2 Conformity adjusting one39s behavior or thinking to coincide with a group standard a Asch 3 Obedience Milgram shocking study Groups Tasks social loa ng Deindividuation Social Relations Prejudice de ne how do we prejudice Roots Social 0 Evolutionary ingroup bias dislike outgroup rivals social inequalities justworld phenomenon Emotional o Emotionaltrauma o Scapegoattheory Blamethevictim Cognitive o Categorization o Other race effect 0 Vivid cases Aggression any physical or verbal behaviors intended to hurt or destroy Frustration aggression principle Altruism helping others even with no immediate gain Explain why do we choose to help or not help in a situation De ne con ict and the ways we can promote peace Contact Communication Cooperation Conciliation Chapter 15 Psychological disorder is a Deviant Distressful Dysfunctional Patterns of thinking feelings interacting Bio neurotransmitters Psycho Cognitive behavioral Social In uences DSM well organized tool Communication Managed carepayment casts too wide for a net Rosenhan 1973 Negative perceptions stigma Selfful lling prophecy Anxiety Disorder Physical tension apprehension Examples pick one Generalized Anxiety Disorder Panic disorder agoraphobia Phobias eg blood injury injection Obsessive compulsive disorder Posttraumatic stress disorder Etiology cause preparedness fear of potential treats Behavioral conditioning Stressor Mood disorders major depression quotcommon coldquot Examples BIOPOLAR Disorder depression mania Etiology Diathesis stress gene and stress Schizophrenia thought disorders quotcancerquot Examples 1 Dopamine pathological excess Hallucinations hearing or seeing something that isn39t here Delusions false beliefs eg persecution or grandeur pathological de cits Inappropriate speech movement emotion word salad Etiology Selected attention Gene environment enter action Bran abnormalities dopamine over activity schizophrenia in general Small frontal cortex Dissociative disorders amnesia Examples Dissociative identity disorder multipersonality Etiology horri c childhood trauma Personality disorders in exible enduring behavior patterns that impair functioning Examples pick one Antisocial Borderline Histrionic Narcissistic Personality Dissorders Chapter 16 Psychoanalysis subunconsciously childhood Free association therapist interpretation Drawback subject Behaviorism Principles of learning Humanistic 0 Carl Rogers Client centered therapy and active listening Cognitive therapy thought processes CBTcognitivebehavior therapy most empirical support Group therapy 0 Economically o Wanting to belong Biomedical therapy 0 Pharmaceuticals Antipsychotic drugs treat schizophrenia Antianxiety drugs used to control anxiety and agitation by depressing central neurons systems activity Antidepressants are drugs used to treat depression Mood stabilizing drugs are effective in reducing mood swings in disorders like bipolar Cumulative Question Is therapy effective 0 Evidence based practice Scienti c Attitudes 0 Why is each part important Describe one personal worldview that was con rmed or challenged by concepts in this classw vocab
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