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repression
banish anxiety producing thoughts and feeligns from consciousness
regression
return to earlier stage of develpoment
ex.suck thumb, wet bed
reaction formation
ego transforms unacceptable thought to oppposite
i hate him-->i love him
insecirty-->bravado
projection
place own thoughts on others
ex. he doesnt like me=i dont like him
rationalization
generate alternative reasons for behavior to hide unaceptable reason
ex. all work no play
drinko to be social
displacement
divert agression/sexual actions to more acceptable target
ex. kick a trash can, yell @dog
big five
emotion stability
extraversion
openness
agreeableness
conscientiousness
internal locus of control
percieve congtrol over own destiny
promotes: acheievement, independance, coping/less depression, helath and happines
external locus of control
percieve little control over destiny
chance, envirn, others control outcome
promotes: psychological and behavoiral problems
types of schizophrenia
paranoid
disorganized
catatonic
undifferentiated
paranoid
delusions of grandevr or persecution
hallucinations (auditory)
disorganized
flat or inappropriate affect
disorganized thoughts
catatonic
immobility/ posing
wild pruposeless movements
parrot like repitions
freezing all of the sudden
undifferentiated
'waste basket' category
personality disorders
histrionic(melodramtic, praise seeking)
narcissistic(exaggeerate own worth, success fantasises, bad w/ critism)
borderline (unstable identiy/ emotions)
antisocial (Sociopath/ psychopath)
three ds
deviant (social norms)
distressing (to self/others)
dysfunctional
dissociative identiy disorder
multiple personailty disorder
split selves/personalities/memories
to protect 'self' from severe emotional trauma