Flashcards in Test 4 Deck (220)
unique and relatively stable ways in which people think, feel, and behave
value judgments of a person's moral and ethical behavior
enduring characteristics with which each person is born
What are four types of perspectives in personality studies?
Social Cognitive theory is included in which perspective of personality study?
Who is the founder of the Psychoanalytical approach?
How many levels of personality does Freud believe we have?
What are the three parts of personality according to Freud?
Freud's view sees how many levels to the personality?
What are the three levels of personality?
Which level of consciousness are we unaware of its contents?
The unconscious is a storehouse of what?
Conflicts unavailable to the consciousness
Why is the unconscious disguised?
to reduce anxiety
how is unconscious material revealed?
Some certain behaviors
Slip of the tongue
What are the the different type of drive?
drives people towards acts that are sexual, life-giving, and creative
What does Freud believe all we want to do?
Freud believes everything in life has some type of sex drive behind it.
drives people to experience sensual pleasures
drives people toward aggressive and destructive behaviors
What is another name for Thanatos?
What is the Id known as?
the beast within
Describe the Id?
The Id attempts to reduce tension caused by what?
the primitive primary drive
The Id operates off of what?
"If it feels good, do it." Describes what?
The Id demands what?
the "executive" or decision-making part of the personality
Instant gratification in the ego is________
not always possible