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contains material just beneath the surface of awareness that can easily be retrieved
preconscious
thought,memories etc that are below the surfac of conscious awareness exert great influence on behavior
unconscious
first year of life erotic stimulation mouth
oral
erotic pleasure from bowel movements toilet training
anal
genitals become focus for childs erotic energy,self stimulation
phallic
sexuality suppressed expanding social contact beyond immediate family
latency
advent of puberty sexual urges and focus on genitals
genital
emotionally charged images and thoughts forms that have universal meaning
archetypes
storehouse of latent memory traves inherited from peoples ancestral past
collective unconscious
involves efforts to overcome imagined or real inferiorities by developing ones abilities
compensations
feelings of weakness and inaqequacy
inferiority complex
ones beliefs about ones ability to perform behaviors that should lead to expected outcomes
self-efficiacy
need to fulfill ones potential
self actualization
apparent causation and developmental history of an illness
etiology
chronic,high level of anxiety that is not tied to any specific threat
generalized anxiety
mared by persistent and irrational fear of an object or situation that presents no realistic danger
phobic disorder
recurrent attacks of overwhelming anxiety that usually occur suddenly and unexpectedly
panic disorder
enduring psychological disturbance attributed to the experience of a major traumatic event
PTSD
sudden loss of memory for important personal infor that is to extensive to be due to normal forgetting
dissociative amnesia
lose of memory for their entire lives along with sense of personal identity
diss.fugue
emotional disturbances of varied kinds tha tmay spill over to disrupt physical,social, etc.
mood disorders
delusions,hallucinations,disorganized speech,deterioration of adaptive behavior
schizophenic
delusions of persecution,delusions of gradeur
paranoid
striking motor disturbances,muscular ridgity,motor activity
catatonic
severe deterioration of adaptive behavior
disorganized
idiosyncratic
undifferent
Dyshymic disorder
major depressive disorder
Cycolthymic disorder
bipolar disorder
Neurochemical changes cause what two effects
negative thinking and depression
negative thinking causes what?
depression
depression causes what?
negative thinking
diagnosis of substance abuse is under which catagory?
maldaptive-adaptive behavior impaired
clinical syndromes is which axis?
axis 1
personailty disorders or mental retardation is which axis?
axis II
General medical conditions is which axis?
axis III
Psychosocial and Environmental problems is which axis?
axis IV
global assessment of function is which axis?
Axis V
involves the coexistence in one person of two or more largely complete and usually very different personalities
Dissociative identity disorder
durable disposition to behave in a particular way in a variety of situations
personality trait
Independence,overly confident,affected by info about self
american culture
interdependence,generally accurate in self assessment,affected by info about others
asian cultures
unconscious reactions that protect a person from unpleasant emotions such as anxiety and guilt
defense mechanisms
excessive gratification or frustration
fixation
Analytical psychology
carl jung
Individual psychology
Alfred Adler
Whos view is conditioning and response tendencies and environmental determinism?
skinner-behavioral
Whos view is on social learning and cognitive theory-observational learning,models,self efficacy
Bandura-behavioral
Whos view is beliefs about reinforcment and the person situation controversy?
Mischel-behavioral
Whos view involoves the self actualization theory?
Abraham-humanistic
People will often behave differently in different situations
Person-situation controversy Mischel
primitive,instinctive component of personality that operates according to the pleasure principle
id
the decision making component of personality that operates according to reality
ego
moral component of personality that incorporates social standards about what represents right and wrong
superego
class of disorders marked by feelings of excessive apprehension and anxiety
anxiety disorders
MMPI,Very large,brief scales
Self-report
Rorschach,inkblot,sentence competion,draw-a-person test
projective
Oedipal and penis envy are part of which stage?
phallic
Personal and collective unconscious,archetypes,introversion/extroversion
Analytical-Carl Jung
Striving for superiority,compensation,birth order,inferiority complex
Individual psychology-Alfred Adler
class of disorders marked by feelings of excessive apprehension and anxiety
anxiety disorders
MMPI,Very large,brief scales
Self-report
Rorschach,inkblot,sentence competion,draw-a-person test
projective
Oedipal and penis envy are part of which stage?
phallic
Personal and collective unconscious,archetypes,introversion/extroversion
Analytical-Carl Jung
Striving for superiority,compensation,birth order,inferiority complex
Individual psychology-Alfred Adler
stability in a persons behavior over time and across situations
consistency
behavioral differences among people reacting to the same situation
distinctiveness
id,ego,and superego are what according to freud?
structure of personality
Conscious,preconscious,and unconsciou are what according to freud?
levels of awareness
Psychosexual stages and fixation are part of what according to freud?
development
What is the criteria of abnormal behavior?
deviance,maladaptive behavior,personal distress
this proposes that it is useful to think of abnormal behavior as disease
medical model