Popular in Intro to Comm/Sci & Disorders
verified elite notetaker
Popular in Art
This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexis Hanford on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CDS 212 at Syracuse University taught by Tammy Kordas in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Intro to Comm/Sci & Disorders in Art at Syracuse University.
Reviews for P-Psych 10/27-10/29
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
Date Created: 10/29/15
102715 Tuesday October 27 2015 1221 PM Neoanalytic Approach Carl Jung 18751961 Background and break with Freud Mystical and spiritual matters Unconscious Personal unconscious personaldesires and motives Collective unconscious species specific memories and ideas same for all people across cultures John Bowlby Attachment Theoryinnate fear of being alone programmed to form attachments with their primary care giver Attachmentemotional bond between individuals Transference apply old patterns of behavior and emotion to relationships with somebody new learn about relationships from first attachment Two lessons from adult caregivers are others responsive and reliable Are we lovable and worth caring for Ainsworth Measuring Attachment Strange situation children were briefly separated from their mothers and then they were reunited if child was attached they would be upset when caregiver left and relieved when they came back Secure initially upset but soothed upon return ofthe caregiver lnsecure avoidant little distress does not approach upon return do not show distress AnxiousAmbivalent extremely distressed by separation and cannot be soothed at reunions Attachment in adulthood Patterns Secure stable romantic relationships high self esteem and high regard for others seek out others for support and support others 60 Avoidant seem uninterested in romantic relationships like to work alone withdraw under stress 20 Anxious Ambivalent obsessed with romantic partners unstable selfesteem20 Phenomenological Approach Immediate and subjective conscious experience is what matters focus on the present Existential psychology one small momentfollowed by another what is the right and the wrong way to behave truth and determining by the individual Existential Anxiety unpleasant feelings that come from being unable to answer these questions I quotICE I39dl I Anguish trade offthat comes with decisions Ways to deal with angst Authentic existence takefull responsibility for yourchoices live according to your own standards Not so negative many feel we do not need to despair may choose meaning fortheir lives Victor Frankl survivor of holocaust not matter what you can find hope Forelornness alone with our choices Despair realize outcomes are out of our control Humanistic psychology the experiencing person have the powerto change and direct our lives an innate need forgrowth and self improvement Carl Rogers 19021987 grew up in a cold and demanding house hold where expressing emotions was not acceptable Development of self Unconditional positive regard love me for me Conditional positive regard love meF abandon true feelings Conditions of worth what you need to be to be accepted lose ability to fulfill true potential Healthy Self fully functioning person Ahrnhnm Mnclnuu wIUIIUIII I39IUUIV39V Motivations and needs self actualization is our goalfully functioning Hierarchy of needs Physiological hunger thirst sleep Safety shelter security freedom from fear Love and Belongingness esteem competent and achieving need admiration Self actualization