Perosonality

Helpfulness: 0
Set Details Share
created 2 weeks ago by krj1118
1 view
show moreless
Page to share:
Embed this setcancel
COPY
code changes based on your size selection
Size:
X
Show:
1

Personality

An individuals characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling and acting.

2

Sigmund Freud theory

See personality as a result of unconscious, often sexual, motivations and conflicts

3

What is personality determined by?

Unconscious processes

4

Unconscious

Ideas, thoughts and feelings of which we are not and cannot normally become aware of.

5

Freud’s structure of personality

...

6

What did sigmund Freud say personality consist of?

I’d, ego, superego

7

The I’d operates according to ?

Pleasure principals (baby)

8

What is the I’d link to reality

Ego

9

How the principals work

...

10

The ego operates according to?

Reality principals (me)

11

What is controllled by the ego ?

Thinking and reasoning

12

What would a selfish person consist of?

I’d and ego

13

The superego operates according to?

Moral principals (adults )

14

What does superego represent?

Internalized ideals

15

Freuds psychosexual stages

...

16

Freud’s Six defense mechanism

...

17

Adler, horney, jung

  1. Childhood and defense mechanisms important, unconscious interact with conscious mind
18

Carl jung

Two levels of unconsciousness

19

What are the two levels of unconsciousness

  • Personal
  • collective
20

Personal unconscious

Individuals repressed thoughts, forgotten experience and undeveloped ideas

21

Collective unconscious

  • The part of the unconscious that is iterated and common to all members of a species
  • archetypes
22

Use of ambiguous

Thematic apperception test

23

Humanist personality theories

  • See human beings as positive creatures who have to fulfill their positive potentials.
  • emphasize people potential for growth and change.
  • each individual is responsible for his own behavior
24

Hierarchy of needs

  • Studied healthy, creative people
  • self actualization
  • self transcendence
25

Carl rogers

  • Be genuine, accepting, empathetic unconditional positive regard
  • to fulfill ones inborn capacities and potentials
26

Self concept

  • Real self versus ideal self
  • the closer the happier
27

Trait

A characteristic pattern of behavior as assessed by self reports on a personality test

28

Factor

A cluster of behavior tendencies that occur together

29

Common in trait research

  • MMPI
  • NEOPIR
30

The big five dimensions

...