Flashcards in Week 1 Deck (19):
A psychological term for an observable expression of emotion.
Anxiety/ anxiety disorders
An unpleasant emotion triggered by anticipation of future events, memories of past events, or ruminations about the self.
can be defined as an absence or suppression of emotion, feeling, concern or passion, and it is an indifference to things generally found to be exciting or moving.
A goal-oriented, therapeutic approach that treats emotional and behavioral disorders as maladaptive learned responses that can be replaced by healthier ones with appropriate training.
A technique that allows individuals to monitor their own physiological processes so they can learn to control them.
A condition (traditionally called manic depression) in which a person alternates between the two emotional extremes of depression and mania (an elated, euphoric mood).
An emotional state or mood characterized by one or more of these symptoms: sad mood, low energy, poor concentration, sleep or appetite changes, feelings of worthlessness or hopelessness, and thoughts of suicide.
A behavior modification technique used to combat phobias and other irrational fears.
is that portion of the personality that imposes realistic limitations on the id.
The capacity to vicariously experience and understand the thoughts and feelings of another person by putting oneself in that person's place.
A term used to characterize people who are typically outgoing, friendly, and open toward others.
In psychoanalytic theory, the most primitive, unconscious element of human personality.
A commonly used term for people who are quiet, reserved, thoughtful, and self-reliant and who tend to prefer solitary work and leisure activities.
A description of the condition opposite depression in manic-depressive psychosis, or bipolar disorder. It is characterized by a mood of elation without apparent reason.
Excessive preoccupation with self and lack of empathy for others.
Passive Aggressive Personality
Its main distinguishing feature is indirect resistance to the demands or expectations of others through stubbornness, forgetfulness, inefficiency, procrastination, and other covert means. Rather than refusing outright to perform a task, the passive-aggressive person will do it badly or procrastinate until the deadline for its completion has passed.
In research, a scientifically significant response that cannot be explained by physiological variables and is assumed to be psychological in origin.
A symptom of mental illness characterized by a radical change in personality and a distorted or diminished sense of objective reality.