idea self____ describing personality_____ personal growth_____ environmental influences_____ freud H u m a n i t i e s

idea self____ describing personality_____ personal growth_____ environmental influences_____ freud H u m a n i t i e s

Psych 1100: Introduction to psychology Name:

UNIT IV Worksheet: Chapters 10, 12, 13

Chapter 10: Personality

1. Matching…

A. Psychoanalytic theory

B. Humanistic theories

C. Learning theories

D. Trait theories

E. Social-cultural theories

_____ psychosexual development

_____ the five-factor model

_____ self-actualization

____ id, ego, superego

____ real and idea self

____ describing personality

_____ personal growth

_____ environmental influences

_____ Freud and Erikson

_____ Maslow and Rogers

_____ Oedipal and Electra complexes

———–————-

True or false:

___ The id is ‘ruled’ by the reality principle

____ At the end of the phallic stage, a child’ superego is developed through the identification with the opposite sex parent.

___ The Rorschach Inkblot test is one of several projective tests of personality.

___ Level of emotional stability, agreeability, and conscientiousness are aspects of the five-factor model.

___ “Potty training” is the main conflict of the oral stage.

___ According to Freud, all three personality structures are present at birth.

____ Roger’s definition of personality depends upon self-actualization

_____ According to the learning theories explanation of personality development, personalty is shaped by the influences from the environment.

____ According to the definition of personality, one has the power to change their personality, if they try hard enough!

Essays:

1. Briefly describe how morality and gender identity is formed according to Freud’s theory.

2. How do projective tests assess personality? What is the point of projective tests??

Chapter 12: Psych Disorders

Matching: (not all options will be used, and some may be used more than once!!)

A. phobia

B. panic disorder

C. obsessive-compulsive disorder

D. posttraumatic stress disorder

E. generalized anxiety

F. depression

G. antisocial personality

H. schizophrenia

I. dissociative disorders

J. bipolar disorder

K. mood disorders

____ delusions, hallucinations, and inappropriate behaviors and emotions

____ intense, irrational fear

____ mania and depression

____ multiple personality

____ repetitive, unwanted behaviors or thoughts

____ most commonly diagnosed disorder

____ disruption of identity, consciousness, memory, or perception

_____ extreme emotional responses

____ nightmares and flashbacks associated with a particularly stressful event

____ sudden and intense episodes of fear

What is the DSM? What is it used for?

Chapter 13: Methods of therapy: (some options might not be used)

A. Psychoanalysis

B. Behavior therapy

C. Systematic desensitization

D. Token economy

E. Cognitive therapy

F. Humanistic therapy

G. Group therapy

____ therapy to treat phobias

____ therapy based on the principles of classical or operant conditioning

____ Sigmund Freud’ therapy

____ Alcoholics Anonymous is an example

_____ Unconditional positive regard

____ therapeutic goal is to change irrational, illogical or negative thinking

____ therapeutic goal is to change behavior with little or no concern about thoughts or feelings

_____ therapy focused on personal growth