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Freud=Id
pleasure ...acting on impulses
Freud=Ego
Reality...your actions
Balance between Id and Ego
Freun=SuperEgo
conscience...what is right
wechsler
3 answers
modified IQ to include nonverbal, aplied bell shaped curve, the avg. is 100
eysenchk-personality theorist
3 Dimensions
Intro/Extro
Neuroticism
psychoticism
Neuroticism
emotionally unstable/Stable
Psychoticism
Considerate/aggresive and antisocial
Binet
made first modern IQ test
Gardener
associated with 8 intelligences
Terman
modified Binet's test...modified for American Child
Rogers
humanistic theorist
Spearman
associated with the G Factor
Allport- 3 different traits
Cardinal=dominant persons life
Central=qualities that characterize persons interactions
Secondary=predict individuals actions, not useful for understanding personalty
Hippocrates
4 Humors
Sheldon
body type/build
Reliabilty
get same answer over and over...doesn't always measure what your testing
Validity
testing what you really need to be testing...
IQ Testing-originated why?
French ministry of education to sort children
Staford/Binet formula
(MA/CA) x 100
Big 5
Extraversion
Agreeableness
Conscientiousness
neuroticism
Openess to experience
Agreeableness
sympathetic, kind, and affectioinate
Concscientiousness
organized, responsible, and cautious
Neuroticism
stable, calm, and contented
Openess to experience
creative, intellectual, open-minded
TAT- what? who? how? type of test?
Thematic Apperception Test by Henry Murray
Picture=tell story
projective test
Rorschach
developed inkblot test...scored in three major features=location, content, determinents
Projective
provide answer
Objective
true/false
Defenses
Repression
Displacement
Projections
reaction formation
Suplimation
Rationalization
Repression
painful ideas pushed out of conscience
displacement
take feelings out on something else rather than on actual object
reaction formation
behaving in actions than what truely feel
Suplimation
taking aggresive/sexual tension and turning into something acceptable
rationalization
rational explanations to explain impulses
Social Theory
situation determines behavior
humanistic theory
try to be best that we can
Nature v. Nurture
neither one wins on affect on personalty