Lecture Slide Notes Study Guide Chapters 1-2

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Psychology
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PSYB30H3
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Marc A Fournier

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Lecture Slide Notes: Level I. Personality TraitsDispositions Sketching the Outline o General, internal, and comparative dispositions accounting for the consistencies we perceive or expect in behavior across situations and time Person-Situation Controversy Heredity-Environment Controversy Continuity vs. Change of Traits over Time Level II. Characteristic Adaptations Filling in the Details o Adaptations to the motivational, cognitive, and developmental challenges that people confront across the life span Goals & Strivings The Self & Social Cognition Stages of Life-Span Development Level III. Life Stories Integrating a Life o Internalized and evolving narratives of the self that integrate past, present, and future to provide life with a sense of unity and purpose Imagery, Theme, Character Standards of Good Life-Story Form Psychotherapy as Revision of the Life Story Part II Constructs, Theories, & Testable Hypotheses Explicitly defined CONSTRUCTS: Theories consist of CONSTRUCTS that organize referents, or observations of reality. Linked by correspondence RULES: Constructs are linked via CORRESPONDENCE RULES that state the relationships between them. Specifying testable HYPOTHESES: www.notesolution.com
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