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!


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