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What is the id?

Completely submerged in unconscious, operates according to the pleasure principle

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What is the superego?

Internalization of societal and parental standards of conduct

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What is the ego?

Tries to satisfy the wishes of the id whole being responsive to the dictates of the superego

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What happens when the id and superego are in conflict?

Anxiety!!!

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What is projection?

Attributing unacceptable qualities of the self to someone else

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What is displacement?

Shifting the attention of emotion from one object to another

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What is the person-centered approach to humanism and personality?

Emphasis on people's subjective understandings of their lives; Carl Rogers

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What is the cognitive-affective personality system?

Personalities don't predict behavior: our responses are influence by how we perceive a situation and our affective responses to the situation, as well as our skills in dealing with challenges and anticipation of outcomes of our behavior

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What are Eysenck's three superordinate traits?

Extroversion/introversion; psychoticism; emotional stability

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What is the difference between idiographic and nomothetic approaches to personality study?

Idiographic focuses on individuals and how various characteristics are integrated in a person; nomothetic focuses on how characteristics vary from person to person

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What is situationism?

Behavior is more determined by situation than personality traits

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What are the three basic temperaments?

Activity level, emotionality, and sociability

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What are three strategies to maintain views of self?

Self-evaluative maintenance, social comparison, and self-serving bias

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What is self-evaluative maintenance?

Editing your self-concept to avoid feeling threatened when others close to you outperform you; protects self-esteem

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What is self-serving bias?

Tendency to take personal credit for success but blame failure on external factors