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Psychology Chapter 12

Psychodynamic  a cognitive expectancy featured in social-cognitive learning theories of personality about the source of individual outcomes
Id  a stable personality characteristic
Ego  the component of Sigmund Freud's personality theory containing primitive drives present at birth
Superego patterns of thought, feelings, and actions we perceive in our own minds
Defense mechanism Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach
Example of defense mechanism People’s description of their own characteristics
Trait a judgement of the value of the self
Big Five theory  a theory put forward by Sigmund Freud in which psychic energy moves among the compartments of the personality; id, ego and superego
 Rorschach Inkblot Test
Openness Warmth, gregariousness, assertiveness, activity, excitement-seeking, positive-emotion
Conscientiousness anxiety, angry hostility, depression, self-consciousness, impulsiveness, vulnerability
Extroversion Missing phrase2 - 10
Agreeableness  the component of Sigmund Freud's personality theory that is the self that others see
Neuroticism Trust, straightforwardness, altruism, compliance, modesty, tender-mindedness
Interpersonal Self Competence, order, dutifulness, achievement-striving,self-discipline, deliberation
Social-cognitive learning theory  a trait theory that identifies five main characteristics that account for most individual differences in personality
Locus of control  a theory of personality that features cognition and learning especially from the social environment, as important sources of individual differences in personality
External locus of control   an objective test, often using numbered scales or multiple choice, used to assess personality
Internal locus of control  the self we are, in the presence of other people
Temperament Fantasy, aesthetics, feelings, actions, ideas, values
Personality inventory  Denial, repression, projection
One of the most frequently used personality inventories .  the component of Sigmund Freud's personality theory that internalizes society's rules for right and wrong, or the conscience
Projective test  a test of personality based on Freudian theory that provides an ambiguous stimulus onto which test takers "project" their personality
One of the most famous projective tests  Sees outcomes as resulting from luck or chance
Creator of Inkblot Test  a child's pattern of mood, activity, or emotional responsiveness linked to later personality
Self  In Sigmund Freud's personality theory, a protective behavior that reduces anxiety
Self-concept sees outcomes as the result of individual effort
Self-esteem MMPI

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