Existential Psychology and Humanistic Approach: Use in Modern Perspective

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* Extistencail psychology & humanistic approach (personality) Use in modern perspective
Focus on how it relates to happiness

Difference: humanist + side of human
Est related to sex and aggression.

Which statement about Freud’s theory of personality is FALSE? The most important aspects of personally development are finished by age 6 The ego continues to develop as you grow
The id is present at birth
The ego must balance the demands of the id and super-ego
The id is entirely unconscious.
The ego is entirely conscious

Difference: ego & super ego
Ego: the eye
since of self,
more rational

Super ego: (over-eye) develop early on
Demand of your culture,
what your culture (good boy or girl) should or shouldn’t do. Ex: good person won’t have sex

In this defense mechanism, an individual acts in a manner opposite to their true desires or motives. Displacement
You displace your anger on something or someone else
Instead of admitingit to yourself you accuse everyone else of it Reaction formation
Using a baby talk
Act as if something isn’t happening
Defense machanism do exist.
He’s probably wrong about ppl use it by unciounsious
* There are many reasons that contribute to our attraction to others. One of the best predictors in selecting and developing interpersonal and romantic relationships is Mere exposure effect
Is why proximity is such a good predictor
Just seeing them won’t influence it as much as the other one Personality characteristics
Commonalities in parental behavior
Physical proximity
How close u live to each other
They are there and you get to know them, b/c they live close to you What is familiar is more appealing then what isn’t

Defense mechanisms are enated by
The id
The ego
The super-ego
Both the ego and the super ego
Both the id and the super-ego

In _________love we experience feelings of euphoria, intimacy, and intense sexual attraction, in ________love, we experience affection, trust, and concern, for a partner’s well-being.

Passionate; companionate
Companionate deals w/ oxitocen
Passionate deals w/ dopamine (like w/ drugs)

Research has consistently demonstrated five core components of personality. Which of the following is not one of the Big Five personality tratis? Agreeableness
Extraversion + to neutral?
Openness to experience
Narcissism – to neutral?

Which of the big 5 is associated w/ school and work success? (along w/ predicting IQ) Consciousness

What do obedience to authority and a tendency to reciprocate other’s favors have in common? Norms (unwritten standards for behavior or how ppl will react to one other) Differ from culture to culture

No one is going to sit u down & tell you
Ex: you will obey an officer (or ppl in position of authority)

When your friend does really well on a test, he says it’s b/c he is smart. If he fails, he says it’s b/c the test was really hard. This is an ex of which of the following? Extraversion
Self-serving bias
We have a general good look of our self
Look at outside reason why we didn’t do so well.

The tendency for ppl to engage in ____________ explains why some ppl prefer negative evaluation over positive ones and also seek mate who view them poorly. Self-verification
Get info from ppl around us
Deosn’t change a lot over time
We seek ppl out who confirm w/ our own thoughts
Self denial
Self actualization
Self serving bias
Self report
* _____________ persuasion is a type of persuasion that involves a chang in attitudes or beliefs that is brought about by appeals to habit or emotion. Systematic
Habbits & emotion
Happy, joy
Logic & reason (opposite of heuristic)
Ppl take their time (ppl are spending a lot of $)

The Lexical Hypothsis suggested that:
Language will have many words for very important...
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