General Psychology (PSYC101): Short Quiz 17, Short Quiz 18, Long Quiz 004 and Finals

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General Psychology (PSYC101): Short Quiz 17, Short Quiz 18, Long Quiz 004 and Finals

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Short Quiz 17
A tool used by Freud in which the patient is encouraged to talk about whatever comes to mind, allowing contents of the unconscious mind to slip past the censorship of the ego.
b. Free Association

A method developed by Freud in which the symbols of the manifest content of dreams that are recalled by the patient are interpreted to reveal their latent content.
a. Dream Interpretation

Any form of patient opposition to the process of psychoanalysis.
d. Interpretation of Resistance

The phenomenon in psychoanalysis in which the patient comes to feel and act toward the therapist in ways that resemble how he or she feels and acts toward other significant adults.
e. Interpretation of Transference

The release of emotional energy related to unconscious conflicts.
c. Catharsis
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Short Quiz 18
It is a branch of psychology that studies individuals as they interact with others.
d. Social Psychology

The following statements except for one are true.
a. Obedience is more likely to occur when we are in the presence of other disobedient individual.

This consists of guidelines provided by every culture for judging acceptable and unacceptable behavior.
a. Social Norms

This refers to the tendency of members of groups to work less hard when group performance is measured than when individual performance is measured.
a. Social Loafing

It refers to the effect in which working in a group improves one’s performance on individual projects.
d. Social Facilitation

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Week 14: Social PsychologyActivity 003
A defense mechanism wherein the emotional nature of stressful events is lessened at times by reducing it with the help of logic.
b. Intellectualization

are culturally determined guidelines that tell people what behavior is expected of them.
social roles

is a form of therapy in which a trained professional uses methods based on psychological theories to help a person with psychological problems.
Psychotherapy

A disorder that involves a sudden loss of memory or change of identity.
a. Dissociative disorders

reactions occurs when the body reacts to stress with an alarmed reaction, a phase of resistance to the stress, and a stage of exhaustion if coping is not successful.
Physiological

The tendency for group discussion to make beliefs and attitudes more extreme.
d. Polarization

refers to a method in which faulty cognitions, maladaptive beliefs, expectations and ways of thinking are changed by pointing out their irrationality.
cognitive restructuring

psychology is the field of psychology that uses psychological principles to encourage healthy lifestyles and to minimize the impact of stress.
Health

A form of psychotherapy that focuses on the accurate identification and communication of feelings and the improvement of current social relationships
d. Interpersonal Psychotherapy

A theoretical approach to psychological disorders that implies that these are influenced by biological factors such as genes, psychological factors such as childhood experiences and sociocultural factors such as gender.
c. Biopsychosocial model
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Week 14: Social PsychologyLong Quiz 004
The theoretical approach to psychological disorders that attributes psychological disorders to organic and internal causes.
d. Biological approach

It refers to the phenomenon in psychoanalysis in which the patient comes to feel and act toward the therapist in ways that resemble how he or she feels and acts toward other significant adults.
c. Interpretation of transference

means different from the norm or different from what most people do.
Deviant

refers to anything people do to deal with or manage stress or emotions.
Coping

behavior leads to real discomfort or anguish, either in the person directly or in others.
Distressing

A kind of conflict that requires the individual to choose between alternatives that contain both positive and negative consequences.
b. Multiple approach-avoidance conflict

This refers to yielding to group pressure to act as everyone else does.
d. Conformity

behavior interferes with everyday functioning and occasionally can be a risk to oneself or others.
Dysfunctional

This refers to the tendency of members of groups to work less hard when group performance is measured than when individual performance is measured.
c. social loafing
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Finals

According ___________self-actualization is the motivation to develop one’s full potential as human being. A person at this optimal level of existence would be tolerant of others, have a gentle sense of humor, and be likely to pursue the greater good.
e. Abraham Maslow

This refers to the interpretation of sensation. It is an active process in which perceptions that are created often go beyond the minimal information provided by the senses.
Perception

Health psychology examines how people become who they are, from conception to death, concentrating on biological and environmental factors.
False

Gestalt is any object or event that is perceived by our senses.
False

He/She concluded that archetypes emerge in art, literature, religion and dreams.
a. Carl Jung

American Psychologists Martin Seligman and Ed Diener introduced behaviorism.
False

This is characterized more likely than others to engage in social activities, experience gratitude, strong sense of meaning in life, and are more forgiving.
d. Extraversion

This is the harsh internal judge of our behavior. It is reflected in what we often call conscience and evaluates the morality of our behavior.
a. Superego

This is characterized by persistent worry about having a panic attack - ( GAD) - General Anxiety Disorder Correct Answer

The tendency to worry and experience negative emotions.
c. Neuroticism

Forensic psychology applies psychology to the legal system. Forensic psychologists might help with jury selection or provide expert testimonies in trials.
True

These are tactics that the ego uses to reduce anxiety by unconsciously distorting reality.
a. Defense Mechanisms

This is Jung’s name for the impersonal, deepest layer of the unconscious mind, shared by all human beings because of their common ancestral past.
c. Collective unconscious

Community psychology is concerned with providing accessible care for people with psychological problems. Community-based mental health centers are one means of delivering such services as outreach programs.
True

He/She believed that we are all born with the raw ingredients of a fulfilling life – we simply need the right condition to thrive. Each person is born with natural capacities for growth and fulfillment.
d. Carl Rogers

He/She believed that the need for security, not for sex, is the prime motive of human existence.
c. Karen Horney

He/She is referred to as the father of American personality psychology.
e. Gordon Allport


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