• Mhark
    Filipinos on the kapwa-tao, indicating the relatively deeper consideration that the Filipinos place on “personhood” ➢ To be able to capture the inner vs the outer dimensions of personality, the term would still have to be qualified. ▪ If the term personalidad, with its Greek persona roots, were...
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  • History of Psychological Systems and Theories
    well-trained and effective therapists. Carl G. Jung was born July 26, 1875 in the Swiss village of Kesseyl. Jung collaborated with Freud and was a member of Freud's Psychoanalytical circle. Jung's and Freud's relationship lasted for about seven years. Jung disagreed with Freud over the primacy of his...
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  • 4 Personality Theorists
    Abstract This essay includes an overview study of four personality theorists.  The works of B.F. Skinner, Carl Jung, Carl Rogers, and Erik Erikson have all been explored to gain insight into the human psyche.  The philosophies of these theorists have been compared and contrasted with one another to...
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  • Crazy About Psychology
    I. Formal definition A. Behavior (overt vs. covert) B. Empiricism II. History of Psychology A. Ebbinghaus said "Psychology has a long past but only a short history" What does this mean? Be able to recognize examples of the long past B. The short history ...
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  • Personality profile Elyn Saks
    multiple classical approaches of personality psychology represented by such famous theorists as Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Erik Erickson, Hans Eysenck, Gordon Allport, Burrhus Frederick Skinner, Albert Bandura, and Abraham Maslow. As he main source, her autobiographical book The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey...
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  • Accessing One's Personality
    he wanted to be and was, embodying a strong sense of self; his knowledge of this fact coincides with Carl Jung’s spin on ego. Patton possessed the conscious ego proposed by Jung that embodies self. Jung believed that this begins around the age of four. Jung’s belief can readily explain how Patton conceived...
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  • Philosophy of Behaviorism
    consciousnesses is the focus of a functionalist. Behaviorism was a school of thought that became dominant during the 1950’s. It was based on the work from B.F. Skinner, Ivan Pavlov, and Jon B. Watson; they suggested that behavior is explained by causes do to the environment and not internal forces. “Behaviorism is...
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  • Major Schools of Thought in Psychology
    psychology. The following are some of the major schools of thought that have influenced our knowledge and understanding of psychology: Structuralism vs. Functionalism: 1) Structuralism was the first school of psychology, and focused on breaking down mental processes into the most basic components...
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  • Personality Development
    Personalities: kind, dependable, reliable. Extreme: inhibited, reserved. ^Continues as Trait Theory Myers Brigg personality type indicator--invented by Carl Jung E-I: extrovert/introvert S-N: Sensing/intuative T-P: thinking/feeling J-P: judging/percepting *16-17 Century:-------Essential Nature: Three...
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  • Psychology Midterm Study Guide
    (Freud) • Psychoanalytic: Sigmund Freud • Behaviorism: Pavlov, William McDougall, Thorndike, Watson, Carl Hull, B.F. Skinner, Tolman • Gestalt: Founded by Max Wertheimer • Humanistic: Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers • Cognitive: Alfred Binet, Chomsky Chapter 2: The parts of a neuron • Dendrite: the primary...
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  • Psychologists
    subject to be afraid 6. Alfred Adler: Neo Freudian, believed that childhood social not sexual tensions are crucial for personality formation 7. Carl Jung: People had conscious and unconscious awareness-two layers of unconscious archetypespersonal/collective 8. Gordon Allport: Three levels of traits:...
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  • Famous Psychologist
    developed his own perspective, which he called Individual Psychology. He had a strong influence on a number of other eminent psychologists, including Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow and Karen Horney. Mary Ainsworth Mary Ainsworth was a psychologist best known for her research on attachment theory and the...
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  • Personality Theories Matrix
    Stage 1- Trust vs. Mistrust hope Stage 2- Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt will power, determination Stage 3- Initiative vs. Guilt purpose Stage 4- Industry vs. Inferiority competence Stage 5- Ego-Identity vs. Role Confusion fidelity Stage 6- Intimacy vs. Isolation love Stage 7- Generativity vs. Stagnaiton/Self-Absorption...
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  • Study
    Freud, Albert Einstein, Atomic Age, Eugenics, Thomas Kuhn, Isaac Asimov. Unit Two: Metaphysics Gilbert Ryle, Eastern Philosophy of Identity, Carl Jung, Different Views of Reality, Ancient Explanations of Reality, The Nature of Time, Causality, Comparison of Human and Natural Causes, Free Will, Fate...
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  • Psych Notes
    values and choice - Help people fulfill potential - Both biological and environmental - Humanists- Carl Rogers- problems with behavior are problems where blocked in fulfilling potential Examples: Carl Rogers’ therapy, the “self” - Self actualization: the reaching of one’s individual potential -...
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  • Chapter 1 Notes
    according to Watson, they could not study scientifically the thoughts, wishes, and feelings that might accompany these observable behaviors. Nature vs. Nurture Watson argued that each is made, not born. In other words, he downplayed the importance of heredity. He maintained that behavior is governed...
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  • Ap Psychology Summer Assignment
    limits speech abilities) contained lesions in a certain part of the cortex. This was the first anatomical proof of the localization of brain function. Carl Wernicke: a German physician, anatomist, psychiatrist, and neuropathologist. He noticed that not all language deficits were the result of damage to...
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  • Psychology Vocab
    disorder in which a person’s mood inappropriately alternates between feelings of mania and depression Client centered therapy: an approach developed by Carl Rogers that reflects the belief that the client and therapist are partners in therapy Conditioning: a type of learning that involves stimulus response...
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  • Customer Behaviour Important for Marketers
    whether we are all unique individuals (Uniqueness) or if humans are basically similar in their nature (Universality). Gordon Allport, Abraham Maslow, and Carl Rogers were all advocates of the uniqueness of individuals. Behaviorists and cognitive theorists, in contrast, emphasized the importance of universal...
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  • Intro to Psych
    • Internal vs external (pg 537-538) • Criticism pg 520-523 • Lifelong Development • Role of sexuality • Dreams and slips of tongue • Testability? Theory? • Evidence for repression? • Followers and psychodynamic theory • Adler, Horney, and Jung • Emphasis on social...
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