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Exposing something to someone subliminally, causing them to recognize it more quickly
Priming
Inflated self-admiration and constant attempts to draw attention to self and keep others focused on self
Narcissism
Theory that states early childhood relationships with our parents determine how we relate to others
Object relations theory
Type of attachment in infants where the child stoically endures separation and is happy to see mom return
Secure attachment
Type of attachment in infants where the child is unfazed when mom left and avoided mom when she returned
Avoidant attachment
Type of attachment in infants where the child is anxious when mom left, crying, difficult to calm, but when mom returned child exhibited both anger and desire to be close to mom
Ambivalent attachment
Adults have this type of relationship if they are able to develop satisfying relationships and friendships and able to trust and form close bonds
Secure relationship
Adults have this type of relationship if they have difficulty trusting others, suspicious, commitment issues because anticipate abandonment
Avoidant relationship
Adults have this type of relationship if they are overly demanding and dependent on partners. “High Maintenance” – need constant reassurance and attention because they feel very vulnerable and uncertain in relationships.
Ambivalent relationships
Erik Erikson emphasized this part of the mind as a powerful and independent part of personality
The Ego
Develops a sense of trust or mistrust. Develops in early stages of life
Trust vs. Mistrust
Develops independence and self confidence;
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
Develop teamwork and problem solving skills, lead a group
Initiative vs. Guilt
Develop sense of competence and achievement; compare themselves to peers
Industry vs. Inferiority
Develop a sense of "who am i" - adolescent; often changes role
Identity vs. Role Confusion
Developing close relationships or separating from society
Intimacy vs. Isolation
Generating something you care about: career or family; or don't care
Generativity vs. Stagnation
Being happy with the state of your life or having regrets
Integrity vs. Despair