Chapter 1

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Question Answer
PsychologyThe science that deals with mental processes and behavior
TheorySet of statements to explain a group of facts
Research PsychologistDoes research of topics of interest
Applied PsychologistFinding of scientific psychology to solve practical problems
IntrospectionExamination of ones mental and emotional processes
PsychoanlysisSet of psychological theories
BehaviorismTheory that human and animal behavior can be explained
Eclecticism Set of assumptions
Biopsychological approachAssumes that pyschological and social factors must be included
BiophysicalBiotic and abiotic surrounding of an organism population
Behavorial approachApproach that views behavioral as product of learning
Humanistic approachApproach the views people as basically good and capable of helping themselves
Cognitive approachAn approach that emphasizes how humans develop
Sociocultural approachViews behavior as influenced by social rules
Psychoanalytic approachViews behavior as an unconcious acting
PersonalityPersons broad pattern of behavior
UnconciousEffect of the unconcious mind on the consicous mind
Free associationFredrian process when a person says many unconnected images
RepressionPushing guilty desires
IdBasic needs
SuperegoSame as consicous mind
EgoPersons sense of self esteem
ArchetypesTungs term for inherited human concepts
Collective unconsious Part of a person that contains archetypes
PersonaMasks worn to hide feelings
BehavorismTheory focused on behaviors
ReinforcementsEvents followingreponses that repeat those responses
ModelingBanderas term learning by others
Ideal self Rogers term for a goals of each self
Fully functioning individualGoal of accomplished
Self actualized Maslows term for wanted skills brought to life
Personality traitsCharacteristics
Extraversions interoversionsOutgoing, social, shy, antisocial