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What part of the consciousness is easily remembered?
conscious
What part of consciousness includes memories you are unaware of?
unconscious
If something is stuck on the tip of your tongue, what part of the consciousness are you in?
preconscious
What type of self is known to others and known to the self?
the open of public self
What type of self is unknown to the self, but known to others
unknowing self
What type of self is known to the self, but unknown to others
private self
What type of self is unknown to self and unknown to others?
unknown self
In Freuds stucture of the personality, what part includes the pleasure principle?
ID
In Freuds stucture of the personality, what part is the mediator, rationale self, and strives to find an action the fulfills needs of ID and Superego?
EGO
In Freuds structure of the personality, what part includes the perfection principle?
Superego
What does GAS stand for?
general adaptation syndrome
Are maladaptive responses by a person negative or positive?
negative
When a persons behavior disrupts the integrity of the individual, what is that referred to?
maladaptive
Three stages of GAS
Alarm reaction, Stage of resistance, stage of exhaustion
What stage of GAS does the flight or flight syndrome take over?
alarm reaction
What part of the consciousness is easily remembered?
conscious
What part of consciousness includes memories you are unaware of?
unconscious
If something is stuck on the tip of your tongue, what part of the consciousness are you in?
preconscious
What type of self is known to others and known to the self?
the open of public self
What type of self is unknown to the self, but known to others
unknowing self
What type of self is known to the self, but unknown to others
private self
What type of self is unknown to self and unknown to others?
unknown self
In Freuds stucture of the personality, what part includes the pleasure principle?
ID
In Freuds stucture of the personality, what part is the mediator, rationale self, and strives to find an action the fulfills needs of ID and Superego?
EGO
In Freuds structure of the personality, what part includes the perfection principle?
Superego
What does GAS stand for?
general adaptation syndrome
Are maladaptive responses by a person negative or positive?
negative
When a persons behavior disrupts the integrity of the individual, what is that referred to?
maladaptive
Three stages of GAS
Alarm reaction, Stage of resistance, stage of exhaustion
What stage of GAS does the flight or flight syndrome take over?
alarm reaction
In what stage of GAS does a person adapt to the stressor?
Resistance
In what stage do you formulate a plan to reduce the stressor?
resistance
In which stage of GAS does a persons energy run out?
Exhaustion
If a person does not get the stressed reduced in the exhaustion stage, what may happen?
death
Doing something to cover up a weakness
compensation
refusing to acknowledge something real
denial
often anger, transfer of feelings feel safer directing feelings to another person
displacement
an attempt to increase self worth by being like someone else
identification
showing no emotion, using knowledge and logic cope
intellectulization
taking anything that comes along and making it a part of you, not discriminating
introjection
seperating thought from feelings
isolation
blaming someone or something else
projection
making excuses off of logical reasoning
rationalization
act in opposite way of how you really feel
reaction formation
retreating to earlier level of development
regression
blocking unpleasant feelings/experiences involuntarily
repression
rechannelidng drives or impulses
sublimation
voluntary blocking of unpleasant feelings
suppression
doing something to try and change something back or make it not happen
undoing
someone in touch with reality having lots of anxiety
nerosis
IP
identified patient
who is the person with the diagnosis within the system
Identified Patient
the basis for why a medication is given is called?
neurotransmitter hypothesis