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59 Cards in this Set

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Independence or freedom, as of the will of one's actions.
Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives
A set of doctrines or beliefs that form the basis of a political, economic, or other system.
A set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality for the community that shares them, especially in an intellectual discipline.
the right, power, or opportunity to choose, option
a matter that engages a person's attention, interest, or care or that affects a person's welfare or happiness
the philosophical doctrine that every state of affairs, including every human event, act, and decision is the inevitable consequence of antecedent states of affairs; determinism can be genetic in nature
3 types of determinism
genetic, psychic and environmental
problems that reside within our circle of influence, they are things that we can alter by changing our thinking and our behaviors
direct control problems
the power to determine action without restraint
problems that reside within our circle of inluence, they are things that we can alter by changing the ways that we influence others
indirect control problems
the capacity or power of persons or things to be a compelling force on or produce effects on the actions, behavior, opinions, etc., of others
problems that reside outside of our circle of influence, the only thing that we can alter is our response to the problem
no control problems
serving to prepare for, intervene in, or control an expected occurance or situation, esp. a negative or difficult one; anticipatory
pertaining to or characterized by reaction
aware of oneself, including one's traits, feelings and behaviors
an alteration or adjustment in structure or habits, often hereditary, by which a species or individual improves its condition in relationship to its environment
the feminine inner personality as present in the unconscious of the male
the masculine inner personality as present in the unconscious of the female
an inherited pattern of thought or symbolic imagery derived from the past collective experience and present in the individual unconscious
to stir to action or strong response; excite
the similarty seen in brain structure across all human races- it is the result of a common evolution that all human beings share.
collective unconscious
capacity for producing a desired result or effect; effectiveness
the conscious mind; conscious perceptions, memories, thoughts and feelings; center of consciousness
incomplete, inadequate, or faulty adaptation
the manner in which or the efficiency with which something reacts or fulfills its intended purpose
the act of persisting or persevering; continuing or repeating behavior
the mask or facade presented to satisfy the demands of the situation or the environment and not representing the inner personality of the individual; the public personality
experiences that were once consciously perceieve, but have since been forgotten, repressed, suppressed, or ignored. Experiences that were too faint to make an impression.
personal unconscious
the ultimate pattern of one's psychological life; the process of becoming whole through the consummation of the conscious and unconscious personality
everything that the conscious person does not wish to acknowledge within themselves
the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable improper, ridiculous, etc., done by oneself or another
the mental process of knowing, including aspects such as awareness, perception, reasoning and judgement
a condition of conflict or anxiety resulting from inconsistency between one's beliefs and one's actions, such as opposing the slaughter of animals and eating meat
cognitive dissonance
steadfast adherence to the same principles, course, form etc
lack of agreement, consistency or harmony; conflict
information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some cause
the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods interpertations, etc.
source of direction, criteria that govern moment to moment decision making.
the faculty of imagining, or of forming mental images or concepts of what is not actually present to the senses
a labortory model of depression in which exposure to a series of unforeseen adverse situations gives rise to a sense of helplessness or an inability to cope with or devise ways to escape such situations, even when escape is possible.
learned helplessness
a future prospect or potential
capacity to act, strength and potency to accomplish something
efficacy, identify, personal strength or lack of it
to form a mental image
perspective of life, sense of balance, how things relate to one another
accomplishments that compare favorably to goals others have strived for
the idea that if the first thing you do when you wake up is to eat alive frog, then things can't get much worse from there.
eat that frog
pleasure and contentment in and about your life
much like a typical kaleidoscope you may remember from your childhood the goal is to find a balance amongst all four chambers by continually changing, adding, removing and adapting different "chips" in order to achieve the most complete "colorful" picture in order to achieve long lasting, enduring success
kaleidoscope strategy
establishing your values or accomplishments in ways that help others find future success
a positive impact on people you care about
the idea that 20 percent of your efforts will produce 80 percent of your results
80/20 rule
mental patterns we use to interpret and make information familiar
rationales we use to explain interpersonal encounters. For example, if Susie is quite in class, we attribute that to mean that she is why
an interest that is communicated nonverbally so that a person seems especially alert or attntive to you; psychological closeness
the capacity to see ourselves as others see us
self awareness
a theory explaining our inclination to try and predict events, to anticipate them, or to explain behavior in order to become more comfortable inunfamiliar settings
uncertainty reduction
an intentional or unintentional transmission of meaning without language, made through nonverbal "codes"
nonverbal communication