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November 24th Notes

by: Kelsey Carroll

November 24th Notes PSYC 440 002

Kelsey Carroll
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Survey of Personality
Eugene Hubener

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Survey of Personality
Eugene Hubener
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kelsey Carroll on Sunday November 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 440 002 at University of South Carolina taught by Eugene Hubener in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 49 views. For similar materials see Survey of Personality in Psychlogy at University of South Carolina.


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Date Created: 11/29/15
Psychology 440 Notes November 24 Social Information Processing 1 Encoding Process a Perception of social cues b Search for cues c Focus attention to cues How did it happen on purpose or an accident 2 Interpretation Process a integration of memory store goals and new data b search for interpretations c match of data to programmed rule structure What does this behavior mean 3 Response Search Process a search for responses b generation of potential responses Outcomes of behavior actions 4 Response Decision Process a assessment of consequences of potential responses b evaluation of adequacy of potential responses c decision of optical response Ken Dodge cont 0 He did cartoon studies 0 A series of pictures of an event that are shown to a child and ask them to predict what emotions and activities would be in the next picture Support for SIP Model 0 Interpretation Process Study 0 Socialincompetent boys are more likely to interpret ambiguous cartoon as hostile Built in bias to see hostility Response search process study 0 DSl boys generated only on competent response to hypothetical social scenarios 0 Interaction Study 0 Interaction process has a large impact on the response search process of an individual Interpersonal Stories 0 We live in an interpersonal world not an intrapersonal world Everyone39s story involves other people 0 We live in a social cultural world that expects you to do certain things at certain ages Henry Murray Motivation 0 Physician o Went into clinical psychology 0 Read Carl Jung who was a colleague of Freud and in uenced by society 0 Went on an extended stay with Jung in Switzerland 0 Head of Harvard psych clinic 0 Personality is composed of many selves interacting with one another 0 Needs are recurrent desires aims and goals 0 Exert important effects on our behavior Inner motivates and differences in people o Press situational constraints and opportunities for need expression 0 Positive and negative things from the environment 0 How to become whole cognitively healthy make friends with and accept all parts of you the good and bad crazy and normal smart and dumb make friends with the various members of our household To Study Needs Thematic Apperception Test TAT Series of ambiguous pictures and are asked to tell a story 0 Inner motives are expressed differently through an individual39s behavior and thoughts TAT person is asked to compose stories to a series of ambiguous pictures 0 Stories may reveal internal needs and perceptions 0 Story outcomes may indicate to an extent unconscious stress Projective Test 0 I will project my personality and unconscious needs and con icts into the stimuli


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