PSYC 3140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mood Disorder, Asociality, Avolition
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CLUSTER B: HISTRIONIC PERSONALITY !
-PD: dramatic, emotionally shallow, vein,!
-if u take attention away from there, they’ll do whatever to bring the attention back!
-whether its good or bad!
-sex-typed alternative: perhaps the tool we use are biased !
-psychogdynamic: don't receive warmth form parents. they feel unloved, and feeling helpless ,
isolated, and not being understood. reaction to this : always having attention drawn to them!
narc vs histrionic !
-self-involved and lack of empathy!
-they want attention but only good
-strong sense of entitlement !
-preoccupied with receiving attention!
-if someone criticizes them, they’re really hurt (sensitive) and have little empathy with others!
-break up? yeah whatever!
-they’ll attack you and externalize it in order to deal with criticism !
-arrogant and envious !
-talking about principles !
-their image is their main goal !
-surround themselves with people that will build them up!
Failure to receive empathic mirroring !
-u come home and say i won the science fair. i was number 1. so you respond with excitement
and say thats amazing. you must be so proud.!
-versus: i won! and get response of oh yeah back when i was in high-school i won too. a lot of
other things than science. btw dinner is al most ready, i need u to get ready. !
more of a conscious versus antisocial !
Openness to experience
ANTISOCIAL VS NARC both low on agreeableness which is the only common thing !
CLUSTER C: AVOIDANT PD!
-avoid social interactions!
-sensitivity to others opinions !
-avoidant of interpersonal relationships !
-similar to social phobia. !
-they long the connections but the fear of rejection is severe so they avoid interactions. they
expect it to go badly and be judged. whereas schizo don't give a single fuck!
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