PSYCHOLOGY WEEK 6 NOTES
PSYCHOLOGY WEEK 6 NOTES psy 1100
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Psychology Notes Psychology Study of mind and human behavior ● You cannot really get into someone's mind you can only see someone's behavior What makes someone an Individual? events and how they were raised and their unique attributes, also beliefs, thought processes, emotions, social roles, behaviors, consciousness, biology,upbringing,situation,ethics, history, and relationships makes one an individual THE BRAIN There are three parts of the brain and it evolved from the inside out. 1. Hindbrain Breathing and instincts, survival 2. Midbrain Social and building relationships, taking care of your young 3. Forebrain Memories, planning and thinking ahead, creativity, tool use, communication, intelligence, figure out what is going on. Fields of Psych ● Abnormal Psychology Looking at the type of disorders ● Cognitive Psychology looking specifically in the heads of an individual, mechanisms that happen in the brain that allow us to function ● Behavioral Psychology Looking at behaviors, can't really look into someone's head. ● Social Psychology Looking at a situation and how it makes us behave ● Evolutionary Psychology Perspective of what we do instinctively, adaptiveness. ● Psychiatry Practices ● Counseling Practice in Psychology, therapy ● Depth Psychology Psychoanalytic or psychodynamic, unconscious motivation ● Developmental Psychology BioPsycho Social Theoretical Orientation Personality The way you behave, how you understand things, interact, react, thinking, feelings, Conscious Mind/Psyche Unconscious Awareness awakeness Unaware,unawake ID “it” Survival and selfishness IGOme/I the one I do and the person I am. Superego”above me” things society told you is right and wrong. Freud(19101920s) Ego above the surface ID Superego below the surface Age/ Stage/Analogy 018mo Oral Oral fixation 1836mo Anal Anal Retentive 56 yrs Phallic/ Oedipal Gender/Power 6Puberty Latent Puberty Onward Genital Personality Types Me: ENTP P: Input, Perceptive types S/sensesN J: Output T/LogicF/feelings I N T(Logic) J(output) E S F(feeling) P(input) 1. Conscious anxiety 2. Body (somatic sizing) 3. Unconsciously results in defense mechanisms Defense mechanisms unconscious actions, techniques and strategies that reduce conscious psychological distress resulting from unaccepted impulses and/or troubling realities. Denial Displacement(“Kick the cat”) Rationalization Projection(To the thief”) Reaction Formation Regression Repression Sublimation :) Superiority/Inferiority complex Big Five 1. Neuroticism/ Everything bothers them 2. Extraversion 3. Openness 4. Agreeableness 5. Conscientiousness Fact? True Myth? False Facts Opinions Demand Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Behavioral/ B.F. Skinner, Padov Cognitive/ Thought Process Humanistic Key & Peele Superiority complex Displacement Repression What is Science? Is Psychology a Science? Types of research ● Case Study ● Observation doesn’t interfere ● Correlation relationship between two things ● Surveys ● Experiments Generalizability Correlation does not equal causation Nerve cell