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					      This is…
    Jeopardy

   Topic: Personality
  Teacher: Mr. Gilbert
Grade: Seniors & Juniors


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Freud was a    Does this
                                            Social-Cog
                                                           Strait from    I still didn’t pay
                            The Trait     And Humanism                    Attention to the
 Straight up    Include                                    Our favorite
                           Perspective   (Mmm, that does                     Objectives.
CREEPER!!!      Karate?                                       Book
                                           Sound good)                        Did You?



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    A method of exploring the
unconscious in which the person
relaxes and says whatever comes
 to mind, no matter how trivial or
          embarrassing

  What is Free Association Treatment



                                       3
 DOUBLE
JEOPARDY



           4
FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE
MR. GILBERT’S MOVIE
     ANALOGIES
 ACTUALLY HELPED
ME TO UNDERSTAND
   SOMETHING IN
      PSYCH!!!!!
                  5
What Star Wars characters represent the
        Superego, Ego, and ID?


                                      6
  Boys want mom for self and
become jealous and hostile with
 their father. Occurs 3-6 years.
(name the stage as well as the …idea(?)



What is Phallic and Oedipus Complex



                                          7
Freud believed that personality formed
 during the 1st few years of life divided
  into physical stages. During these
   stages the id’s pleasure-seeking
energies focus on these sensitive body
                  areas.

       What are erogenous zones



                                        8
Pleasure is in the opposite sex.
      Libido re-emerges.
 From Adolescence to Death.



   What is the Genital Stage



                                   9
Banishes anxiety-arousing thought,
   feelings, and memories from
          consciousness.



        What is Repression.



                                     10
Leads an individual faced with anxiety
  with anxiety to retreat to a more
    infantile psychosexual stage



         What is Regression



                                     11
“I did not have sexual relations
       with that woman.”




         What is Denial

                                   12
When you break up with someone
   you clean your room, throw
 yourself into your notes, or get
  into the best shape of you life


       What is Sublimation?



                                13
 If Mr. Gilbert were teaching right
now he would probably be talking
               about…


          Roman and Nika



                                  14
              C.A.N.O.E




The Big Five Factors: Conscientiousness,
        Agreeableness, Neuroticism,
           Openness, Extaversion

                                       15
  Extraversion-introversion and
  emotional stability-instability



What are the 2 dimensions suggested by
         Hans and Sybil Eysenck


                                     16
A statistical approach used to
   relate personality traits.



    What is Factor Analysis?



                                 17
How heritable are the Big 5 traits




               50%



                                     18
Studies show that extraverts seek
stimulation b/c their normal _____
    _______ is relatively low


       What is brain arousal?



                                 19
According to Maslow, the ultimate
  psychological need that arises
  after basic psychological need
 that arises after basic needs are
met and self –esteem is achieved

     What is Self-Actualization?



                                   20
According to _____ _____ an
attitude of total, acceptance
   toward another person.
  (name the person and the idea)




 Who is Carl Rogers and What is
  Unconditional Positive Regard?
                                   21
 The hopelessness and passive
resignation an animal or human
  learns when unable to avoid
    repeated aversive events


   What is learned helplessness?



                                   22
 Believes that personality is the
result of an interaction that takes
place between a person and their
           social context


       Who is Albert Bandura?



                                      23
Write your question here.




  Write your answer here.



                            24
Cettina fills out a personality inventory
 several times over the course of one
       year. The results of each
     administration of the test are
extremely different. Cettina’s situation
    suggests that this personality
          inventory may not be

             What is reliable?


                                      25
   The belief that personality is
created by the interaction between
a person, his or her behavior, and
         the environment


   What is reciprocal determinism?



                                     26
What kind of psychologist would
be most likely to use a projective
   personality assessment?


      What is psychoanalytic?



                                     27
Jamal sucked his thumb until age
  eight. As an adult, he smokes,
chews gum, and thinks constantly
about food. Psychoanalysts would
    describe Jamal as having

      What is an oral fixation?



                                  28
Which approach toward
personality is the least
    deterministic?


   What is humanistic?



                           29
Psychologists define personality
as an individual’s characteristic
 pattern of thinking, feeling, and
              acting.




        What is Personality



                                     30
The Thematic Apperception Test
 (TAT) is a series of ambiguous
pictures used to elicit a story in
 which test-takers express their
  inner feelings and interests.

Describe a projective test used to assess
                personality.


                                        31
 Humanistic psychology's critics
have complained that its concepts
  were vague and subjective, its
   values individualist and self-
  centered, and its assumptions
        naively optimistic.
What are some of the major criticisms of
      the humanistic perspective on
              personality

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Rather than explain personality in
terms of childhood sexuality and
  unconscious motivations, trait
  researchers have attempted to
 describe personality in terms of
   stable and enduring behavior
             patterns.
What are the main differences between
       the trait and psychoanalytic
       perspectives on personality

                                        33
 People with and internal locus of
control tend to experience higher
school achievement, better health,
 less depression, and greater self
  control than those with external
          locus of control.

 What are the effects of a perception of
       internal or external control.


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