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18 Cards in this Set

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Body shape determines personality
(3 types) Endomorphic
Freud's Theory
deepest thoughts, fears, and urges remain in the unconscious part of the mind, used word association, dream interpretation, and hypnosis to explore the unconscious
Carl Jung's
freud follower, developed his own theory saying that people have unconscious concepts shared by all humans called archetypes i.e. supreme being, mother nature, Images are unconscious but influence our personality
Alfred Adler
follower of frued - people are motivated by the need to overcome inferiority, also agreed with self awareness
Karen Horney
childhood experiences play a major role in the development of adult personality. Biggest influence is parent-child relationships harsh and indifferent parents cause anxiety
Erik Erikson
social relationships are most important in personality development - mother/infant relationship. Expaned on frueds five stage of development and established a psychosocial theory with three stages
Who matches with biological
Sheldon and cattell
Who matches with Psychoanalytic
Fromm Erikson
Who matches with Social Learning (Behaviorist)
Watson Sullivan
Who matches with Humanistic
Erich Fromm
stresses the effect of social environment and the family. We need friends and must feel that we belong. Need to have control in our lives
B.F. Skinner
behavior is the key to understanding what is acceptable and unacceptable- rewards and punishment- operant conditioning
Albert Bandura
behavior develops through observation and imitation
Abraham Maslow
focused on the individuals desire to reach his or her full potential (self actualization) - successful people share certain characteristics
"Fruedian Slip"
unconscious slip of the tongue
bodily fluids determines one personality (liver bile)
Carl Rogers
conflicts exist between what is perceived as the real person and the idea person- parents should give children "unconditional psitive regard"
Harry Stack Sullivan
personality is a function of the persons social environment