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15 Cards in this Set

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criterion contamination
rating of an employee's performance on a criterion is affected by irrelevant factors. knowledge of predictor, performance will artificially increase criterial reliability and validity coeffcient
Eric Berne
script- characteristic pattern of giving and receiving strokes
stroke in middle cerebral artery
expressive aphasia results when the dominant (L) hemisphere is involved; when the nondom (R) hemisphere is affected, denial of deficits and L sidede neglect common.
Krumboltz IO
social learning theory that career path has 4 influencing factors:
2) environmental condition
3) learning experience
4) task approach and skills
MZ & DZ twin risk for Schizophrenia
3 stages of Alzheimers
stage 1: 2-4 yrs, short term memory loss begins
stage 2: 2-10 years, further memory impairment, explicit rather than implicit, difficulty with complex tasks, apathy
stage 3: 1-3 yrs,lose ability to speak, unable to recognize friends and family
Kohberg's developmental theory of gender
3 yrs: identity
4 yrs: stability
5,6,7: constancy
Stuart's operational interpersonal theory
marital therapy which encourages couple to focus on positive aspects of one's partner
paradoxical intention
neutralize anticipatory anxiety
deliberately engage in anxiety behavior, do as often as possible
damage to medial temporal lobe causes?
short term memory loss
Korsakoff's affects what?
mammilary body and thalamus
criterion contamination has the effect of...
increasing the validity coefficient of a job selection test
utility analysis
considers the procedure's validity coefficient, employee job performance, variability, and the selectiton ratio to evaluate hte practical value of a selection procedure.
transactional analysis
psychoanalysis, Gestalt therapy, rational emotive, psychodrama, behavioral therapy
Ego states: I'm OK, you're not
I'm not OK, you're Ok
I'm not OK, you're not
Erikson life stages
Trust vs. Mistrust (Birth-1 yr)
- Predictable & caring parents  Trust
- Inconsistent parents  Mistrust
Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt (1-3 yrs)
-  motor control & cognitive skills  exploration & independence
- Supportive parents  autonomy
- Critical & restrictive parents  shame & doubt

Initiative vs. Guilt (3-6 yrs)
- Through make-belief plays, children learn about roles in society.
- Supportive parents  initiative
- Parental demands for self-control  guilt

Industry vs. Inferiority (6 yrs to puberty)
- Productive & cooperative w/ others  industry
- Exp. in school & parents not foster feelings of competence  inferiority

Identity vs. Identity Confusion (Adolescence)
- Integrated tasks of earlier stages  identity
- Disintegrated tasks earlier  confusion in sexual & occupational identity

Intimacy vs. Isolation (Young Adulthood)
- Relationship w/ others  intimacy & connectedness
- Unsuccessful resolution  intense fear of rejection & isolation

Generativity vs. Stagnation (Middle Adulthood)
- Fulfillment by contributing to younger generations & work  generativity
- Failure to contribute to others  stagnation & boredom

Ego Integrity vs. Despair (Old Age)
- Worthwhile life  ego integrity - Life dissatisfaction despair