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PSYC 305 Chapter 6: PSYC305A- Chapter 6 Notes

CHAPTER 6: PSYC305: Personality Psychology Only questions directly relevant to personality and/or behavioral genetics The Human Genome - GENOME: complete set of genes an organism possesses - Number of genes humans ...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Disinhibition, Alcoholism, Narcissism

CHAPTER 5: Personality Dispositions over Time: Stability, Coherence, and Change PSYC305: Personality Psychology Concepts related to change/stability and general findings/patterns over time No reference to specific studie...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Surgency, Extraversion And Introversion, Machiavellianism

PSYC305A: PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 3: Traits and Trait Taxonomies Focus on: a bit of everything, including both approaches to determining taxonomies and basic aspects of leading taxonomies/models - TRAIT-DESCRI...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, California Psychological Inventory, Startle Response

PSYC305A: PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 2: PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, MEASUREMENT AND RESEARCH DESIGN SOURCES OF PERSONALITY DATA SELF-REPORT DATA (S-DATA): information a person ...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305A Chapter 19: Chapter 19 - Disorders of Personality
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1. Chapter 19 Disorders of Personality The Building Blocks of Personality Disorders Personality disorders maladaptive variations or combinations of normal personality traits. 1. The concept of traits (Big 5) can be useful ...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Psychotherapy, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Type A And Type B Personality Theory
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1. Chapter 18 Stress, Coping, Adjustment, and Health Health psychology area of psychology that studies the relationship between the mind and the body as well as the ways in which these two components respond to challenges ...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Reuptake, Brain Damage, Sertraline
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1. Chapter 13 Emotion and Personality Emotions defined by three components: 1. Subjective feelingsaffects associated with them 2. Physiological changes heart ratebreathing, blood chemistry 3. Distinct action tendencies inc...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305A Chapter 16: Chapter 16 - Sex, Gender and Personality
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1. Chapter 16: Sex, Gender and Personality Sex difference an average difference between women and men on certain characteristics, with no prejudgment about the cause of the difference Gender social interpretations of what ...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Schadenfreude, Agreeableness, U.S. Route 3
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1. Chapter 17 Culture and Personality What is Cultural Personality Psychology? Cultural variations withingroup similarities and betweengroup differences can be of any sort physical, psychological, behavioral and attitudin...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cuban Missile Crisis, Belongingness, Human Nature
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1. Chapter 11: Motives and Personality Basic Concepts Motives internal state that arouse and direct behavior toward specific objects or goals. 1. Caused by deficit, a lack of something 2. Also based on needs states of tens...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Elizabeth Loftus, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Personality Development
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1. Chapter 10 Psychoanalytic Approaches: Contemporary Issues The NeoAnalytic Movement Westen is one of the most active proponents of contemporary psychoanalysis. 1. He defines contemporary psychoanalysis as being based on ...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Reality Principle, Defence Mechanisms, Phallic Stage
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1. Chapter 9 Psychoanalytic Approaches to Personality Fundamental Assumptions of Psychoanalytic Theory Freuds model of human nature relied on the notion of psychic energy to motivate all human activity. 1. Psychic energy r...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305A Chapter 6: Chapter 6- Genetics and Personality
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1. Chapter 6 Genetics and Personality The Human Genome Genome refers to the complete set of genes an organism possesses Controversy About Genes and Personality Part of the reason for the controversy is ideological. Many pe...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Conscientiousness, Usbands, Longitudinal Study
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1. Chapter 5: Personality Dispositions over Time: Stability, Coherence and Change Conceptual Issues: Personality Development, Stability, Coherence and Change What is Personality Development? Can be defined as the continuit...

Psychology
PSYC 305
David King
PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sociosexual Orientation, Suicidal Ideation, Psychopathy
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1. Chapter 3 Traits and trait taxonomies What is a trait? Two basic formulations Traits as internal causal properties o Internal because individuals carry their desires from one situation to the next o Causal because they...

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David King

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