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Lecture 20

Lecture 20

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Psychology Lecture 20 Study 6 questions from each chapter. Over representing chapters after second midterm (esp. social psychology ch. 15) - Study text fairly evenly - Lectures: to 13 of material on test Personality: - Know the big 5 personality factors and characteristics - Not testing on historical stuff that precede that info - Freud - Pay attention to info after big 5 - People are different in different situations - Characteristics have some degree of cross-situation stability - Partially rooted in genetics - Partially influenced by early experiences - Can change over time Freud: - Brought study of personality into main field - E.g., defense mechanisms, repression, Freudian slips, dream interpretation Personality Theory: - Three structures: o Id: seat of our passions; caliban; basic drives; the pleasure principle, which is our basic life force; the accelerator o Superego: our conscience; internalized standards of morality and social norms;
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