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PSYC 1000 - Week 11 Notes

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Introductory Psychology
Bethany Rollins
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Date Created: 04/01/16
PSYC Notes Week 11 March 30 ­ April 1 Chapter 5 Variations in Attachment ­ Ainsworth's Strange Situation Test: test for studying attachment; baby and its  parent are put into a room with new toys and studied as the parent leaves and returns ­ Secure attachment ­ Explore, play, check in, and then distress upon separation ­ Responsive caregivers ­ Insecure attachment ­ Ambivalent/resistant: alternate between clinging and rejecting,  extreme distress upon separation, and avoid contact upon return ­ Inconsistent caregivers ­ Avoidant: avoid or ignore caregiver ­ Neglectful/abusive caretakers ­ Kids who have secure attachment are more likely to be competent,  cooperative, persistent, popular, and happier ­ Attachment style is reflected in adult relationships Gender roles: cultural expectations regarding what is acceptable/appropriate behavior for  males and females ­ Toys marketed to boys reflect violence, movement, and competition, while toys  marketed to girls are focused on beauty, nurturing, and domesticity Chapter 14 ­ Personality: enduring psychological and behavioral characteristics ­ The study of individual differences ­ 4 main approaches ­ Psychodynamic approach ­ Freud's psychoanalytic theory: first theory of personality; wrong,  but hugely influential ­ Childhood experiences, sexual/aggressive urges, and the  unconscious mind (thoughts/feelings/desires below conscious awareness) ­ Some symptoms of disorders are without medical  explanations, so they must be due to psychological problems ­ Solutions through awareness ­ Free association: encouraging patient to say  whatever comes to mind, without censoring ­ Dream analysis ­ Structure of personality ­ Id: basic instincts, pleasure principle, instant  gratification ­ Ego: reality, delayed gratification, mediator  (develops later to mediate Id) ­ Superego: conscience, morality, perfection ­ Iceberg analogy: mind is mostly subconscious thoughts  although we only see the conscious thoughts ­ Defense mechanisms: unconscious tactics that protect us  from unpleasant emotions by hiding/distorting reality ­ Repression: pushing troubling thoughts out of  conscious awareness; main defense mechanism ­ Development occurs in childhood through psychosexual  stages, each focusing on an erogenous zone; conflict between complying with demands  of society and satisfying urges ­ Erogenous zone: pleasure­sensitive areas of body ­ Fixation: enduring focus on particular erogenous  zone; occurs when urges aren't satisfied ­ Oral stage: mouth, weaning fixation ­ Anal stage: anus, toilet training fixation ­ Phallic stage: genitals ­ Oepidus complex: males develop sexual  desire for mother and jealousy for father, so he tries to become more like his father ­ Electra complex: penis envy; affection for  father; scared of losing mother's affection so tries to become more like her mother ­ Babies become penis substitutes ­ Latency period: age 6­adolescence, no erogenous  zones ­ Genital stage: penis and vagina; transferred desire  from parents to more appropriate partner ­ Neo­Freudians: people who elaborated/changed Freud's theories ­ More emphasis on conscious mind and social influences,  less emphasis on sex and aggression ­ Humanistic ­ Trait ­ Social­cognitive


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