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1

What does avoiding a social situation do for a shy person?

Reduces anxiety and reinforces their avoidance of social situations behaviour

2

What is the best way to distinguish a phobia?

To expose yourself to the situation in a gradual way.

3

What are the three groups of shyness?

1. Avoidance
2. Safety
3. Coping

4

From the scene where Raj and Lucy have a date in the library what shyness group are they both in?

Coping. They are trying to go out of their comfort zone to try new things.

5

What is a fixed belief?

The belief that traits are fixed and cannot change.

6

What is a malleable belief?

That traits can change.

7

Will a fixed belief toward math child chooses easy problems or tips on harder problems?

The easier problems so that they can show that they are good at it.

8

Will a malleable belief toward math choose easy problems or tips on harder problems?

Tips on harder problems so that they can learn more from it.

9

Who is more likely to take advantage of tutoring? Fixed or malleable thinkers?

Malleable.

10

Which group of struggling math students did better? The ones with traditional study skills training or the growth mindset intervention?

the growth mindset did better as they were able to change their views toward malleable beliefs

11

How do entity shy people react towards strangers.

They display more shy behavior than someone who is an incremental theorist.

12

Incremental is to _________ as entity is ______?

Incremental is to malleable as entity is to fixed.

13

What should shy people due to help with social anxiety?

Try to be friendly

14

What are the two critical identifiers of narcissism

Inflated self esteem, and lack of deep meaningful connections

15

What Fraction of Americans have experience narcissistic personality disorder?

1/16

16

Reality tv stars usually high in what?

Narcissism

17

Parents telling their kids that they are the greatest results in what?

Inflated self esteem.

18

How many personality disorders are there?

10

19

Narcissism is positively associated with which of the Big 5 personality traits? Which traits are they low on?

Extroversion and openness.
Low on agreeableness.

20

Which motives are narcissists high and low on?

High on power. Low on affliation.

21

What are Roger's conditions for therapeutic movement in clients?

A genuine relationship, in which he cares for the individual.

22

What will happen in the client if Roger's conditions are met?

The patient will explore himself more deeply, and find something that wasnt there before.

23

What is the self-actualization idea?

That we are naturally prepared to develop our interests and we will move in that direction.

24

What are two things that interfere with self-actualization?

Parents or teachers do not value or approve parts of you.

25

What time frame does humanistic theory focus on?

The present

26

When does self congruence occur?

When we experience unconditional positive regard and empathy. Then the self has access to all experiences because we know that no matter what we think and feel, we are valued and understood.

27

What is Rogers empathetic stance?

He will put away in his own beliefs and enter into the patient's world of perception.

28

What is Rogers uncoditional positive regard?

They feel acceptance towards different parts of themselves that they have been shutting out of awareness.

29

Rogers looked at his student's with clients. What was the most predictive factor towards their success?

The quality of the relationship they had.

30

In the Hans Strupp task, what was the best intervention group?

All the students who met with someone to talk with whether it was a psychoanalyst, a humanistic psychologist, or a history professor, they all benefited from it.