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PYSC 2000 Final

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Psychology
Course
PSYC 2000
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All Professors
Semester
Fall

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Psychology2000FinalChapter13PersonalityPersonality relatively stableenduring patterns of thoughts feelings actionsAssessing personality1Interviews2 typesiStructured every person gets same set of predetermined questionsiiUnstructured interviewer is free to ask different questions of each person good for therapist but not good for research 2Observation needs to be methodical3Objective tests AKA inventories Standardized questions typically multiplechoice or truefalse itemsiMinnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory affirmative statements apply to the selfScales of MMPI1Hypochondrias2Depression3Hysteria 4Psychopathic deviateextreme disregard for the world5MasculineFemininehow you agree with roles6Paranoia7Psychasthenialike OCD8Schizophrenia9Hypomania racing thoughts10Social introversion like to meet new people go to partiesScalestoidentifyresponsesets1 Lie Score indicates you are lying in order to make yourself look good2Validity score indicates a careless or random response pattern3Correction score indicates the examinee is either trying to fake good or fake badaEmpirical method of item inclusion based on ability to differentiate between groups not theory4Projective tests ambiguous stimuliaRorschach Inkblot Test 10 bilaterally symmetrical inkblotsScoring is very complexLacks reliability validitybThematic Apperception TestTATambiguous picturesAsked to male up a story to explain the pictureSame problems as RorschachTheoriesofPersonalityTrait TheoriesTrait relatively stable consistent characteristic that can be used to described someone1Early Trait TheoristsaGordon Allport study an individual and arrange their personality traits into a hierarchybRaymond Cattell condensed list of traits to 3035 basic traits using Factor Analysisstatistical procedure for determining most basic units or factors in a large array of datacHans Eysenck personality is a relationship between 3 traits ExtroversionIntroversion Neuroticism Psychotism2The Big Five ModelaExtraversion AKA SurgencybAgreeablenesscConscientiousnessdOpenness to New Experiences AKA Intellect or CultureeNeuroticism sometimes reversed as Emotional Stablity
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