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Description

The third stage of Psychosexual development Phallic
The name for the structure of personality Tripartite
Contains the libido and operates the pleasure principle Id
Unconscious blocking of unacceptable thoughts and impulses Repression
The ____________ complex, when a young boy is in love with his mother Oedipus
The part of the mind that is outside of our conscious awareness Unconscious
Case study involving horses Little Hans
___________ are the royal road to the unconscious mind Dreams
Acts as a mediator Ego
An adult fixation related to the oral stage Smoking

AP Psych Chapter 15:Personality Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What psychologist called his theory and technique psychoanalysis? Freud
____________ is lingering focus of pleasure-seeking energies at an earlier psychosexual stage, where conflicts were unresolved. fixation
What is Sigmund Freud's perspective in which childhood sexuality and unconscious motivations influence personality? Psychoanalytic
What is the conscious "executive" that mediates among the demands of the id, superego and reality? ego
What is the perspective in which our inner capacities for growth and self-fulfillment influence personality? Humanistic
What is the stage at 0-18 months in which pleasure centers on the mouth, sucking, biting and chewing? oral
What is your characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling and acting? personality
What is the stage at 3-6 years in which girls have penis envy? phallic
________ is the type of dream content that involves the hidden symbolic meaning of the dream. latent
__________ is the type of dream content information that the conscious individual remembers experiencing. manifest
An example of ___________ is someone who experienced child abuse and does not remember it happening. repression
What is Sigmund Freud's theory called that is proposed by the ego to reduce or to redirect anxiety by distorting reality? defense mechanism
What is the unconscious psychic energy that strives to satisfy sexual and aggressive drives? id
What is the defense mechanism in which you are not being willing to accept the truth? denial
What represents internalized ideals and provides standards for judgment for future aspiration? superego
________ is thoughts, wishes, feelings and memories that are mostly unacceptable and that we are unaware of. unconscious
What stage occurs at 18-36 months and pleasure centers on the bowel and bladder elimination? anal
An example of _________ is telling your friend "You're such a liar!" when you feel guilty about recent lies that you have told. projection

Sigmund Freud Theories Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A child that has pleasures from sucking or biting their mouth. Oral
Child liking the parent of the opposite sex more then the same sex. Phallic
18 mths - 3 yrs Anal
Sexual interests and activities Genital
6yrs - puberty Latency
Mother - no you can not have a snack before bed. Child - but why. _________ Ego
babies, desires & wants, instincts ID
Struggling with right and wrong Superego
memories recalled Preconscious Mind
An individual internal desires and wants Unconscious Mind
Individuals making their own decisions Conscious Mind

psychodynamic perspectives Word Search

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Description

sublimation
displacement
denial
regression
repression
mechanisms
defence
genital
latency
complex
electra
oedipus
phallic
anal
oral
ego
superego
id
unconscious
preconscious
conscious

Psychodynamic Approach Bingo Cards

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Bingo Cards
Description

Libido
Pseudoscience
Psychoanalysis
Mr.Goray
Psychotic Psyche
Defence Mechanisms
Id
The Conscious
Denial
Psychosexual stages
The Preconscious
Nomothetic
Falsification
Repression
Determinism
Iceberg Analogy
Neurotic Psyche
Displacement
Idiographic
Ego
The Unconscious
Empirical testing
Superego
Psychopathic approach

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FREUD: PSYCHOSEXUAL THEORY OF DEVELOPMENT Crossword

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Description

Operates primarily at the pre-conscious level of the Freudian iceberg analogy. EGO
Operates primarily at the conscious level of the Freudian iceberg analogy. ID
Operates primarily at the unconscious level of the Freudian iceberg analogy. SUPEREGO
A stage theorized by Freud in which girls experience anxiety due to the realization that they do not have a penis. PENISENVY
The first three stages of the five psychosexual stages. PREGENITAL
The first of the five psychosexual stages is the ___ stage. ORAL
The second of the five psychosexual stages is the ___ stage. ANAL
The third of the five psychosexual stages is the ___ stage. PHALLIC
The fourth of the five psychosexual stages is the ___ stage. LATENCY
The fifth of the five psychosexual stages is the ___ stage. GENITAL
The inability of the personality to proceed to the next stage of development. FIXATION
The ___ complex refers to a sons desire to have sexual relations with his mother. OEDIPUS
The ___ complex refers to a daughters desire to have sexual relations with her father. ELECTRA
Proposed as the underlying motivation of human development. LIBIDO
The psychologist responsible for the theory of psychosexual development was Sigmund ___. FREUD
The name of the developmental theory by Sigmund Freud is the ___ theory. Psychosexual

Psychodynamic Bingo

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Bingo Cards
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Psychodynamic theory
Id
Ego
Superego
Sigmund Freud
Psychosexual Development
Oral Stage
Anal Stage
Phallic Stage
Oedipus Complex
Electra Complex
Latency
Genital Stage
Analytical Psychology
Collective Unconscious
Inferiority Complex
Creative Self
Individual Psychology
Psychosocial Development
Ego Identity
Karen Horney
Erik Erikson
Carl Jung
Alfred Adler

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SIGMUND FREUD Word Search

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Description

THE GENITAL STAGE
THE LATENCY STAGE
THE PHALLIC STAGE
THE ANAL STAGE
THE ORAL STAGE
PROJECTION
REGRESSION
RATIONALIZATION
REPRESSION
DEFENSE MECHANISM
SUPEREGO
EGO
ID

Psychodynamic Approach Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Support
Pioneering
culturebias
Genderbias
Unconscious
Genital
Latent
Phallic
Anal
Oral
Psychosexual
Displacement
Denial
Repression
Superego
Ego
Freud
Psychodynamic

Theories of Growth and Development Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Piaget's second cognitive concept that can be described as the ability to absorb new information into the existing schema. ASSIMILATION
______ is characterized by the acquisition of skills involving feeding, mobility, dressing, and control of elimination. AUTONMY
The _______ level refers to all those experiences that are within one's immediate awareness. CONSCIOUS
______ is a mental mechanism that converts unconscious feelings and anxiety into a physical symptom that has no organic basis for the complaint. CONVERSION
______ refers to the progressive acquisition of skills and the capacity to function. DEVELOPMENT
_____ refers to an increase in physical size. GROWTH
Believed that the child progressively develops moral reasoning as he or she gains the ability to think logically. KOHLBERG
The driving force behind most human behavior. LIBIDO
Described human behavior as being motivated by needs that are ordered in a hierarchy. MASLOW
______ consists of the behavior patterns that distinguish one person from another. PERSONALITY
Freud's stage of psychosexual development when children begin to associate both pleasure and conflicting feelings with their genital organs. PHALLIC
______ describes growth and development that progresses from the center of the body towards the extremities. PROXIMODISTAL
The achievement of one's full potential. SELFACTUALIZATION
______ occurs when a person is unconcerned with the welfare of others and is preoccupied with himself or herself. STAGNATION
The _______ level of awareness stores memories, thoughts, and feelings. SUBCONSCIOUS
The _____ is a further development of the ego. It judges, controls, and punishes. SUPEREGO
Defense mechanism in which the individual acts in a manner that symbolically cancels a previous unacceptable thought or action. UNDOING

Memory & Personality Word Scramble

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Word Scramble
Description

Memory
Encoding
Storage
Retrieval
Parallel Processing
Sensory Memory
Short -Term Memory
Long -Term Memory
Working Memory
Explicit Memory
Effortful Memory
Automatic Memory
Implicit Memory
Iconic Memory
Echoic Memor
Chuncking
Mnemonics
Spacing Effect
Testing Effect
Shallow Processing
Deep Processing
Hippocampus
Flashbulb Memory
Long- Term Potentiation
Recall
Recognition
Relearning
Priming
Mood- Congruent Memory
Serial Positioning Effect
Anterograde Amnesia
Retrograde Amnesia
Proactive Interference
Retroactive Interference
Repression
Misinformation Effect
Source Amnesia
Deja vu
Cognition
Concept
Prototypes
Creativity
Convergent Thinking
Divergent Thinking
Algorithm
Heuristic
Insight
Confirmation Bias
Mental Set
Intuition
Representativeness Heuristic
Availability Heuristic
Overconfidence
Belief Perseverance
Framing
Language
Phoneme
Morpheme
Grammar
Babbling Stage
One-Word Stage
Two-Word Stage
Telegraphic Speech
Aphasia
Broca’s Area
Wernicke’s Area
Linguistic Determination
Wolfgag Kohler
Karl Lashley
Elizabeth Loftus
Hermann Ebbinghaus
Personality
Free Association
Psychoanalysis
Unconscious
Id
Ego
Superego
Psychosexual Stages
Oedipus Complex
Identification
Fixation
Defense Mechanism
Repression
Psychodynamic Theories
Collective Unconscious
Projective Test
Thematic Apperception Test
Rorschach Inkblot Test
False Consensus Effect
Terror- Management Theory
Humanistic Theories
Self- Actualization
Unconditional Positive Regard
Self- Concept
Trait
Personality Inventory
Empirically Derived Test
Social- Cognitive Perspective
Behavioral Approach
Reciprocal Determinism
Positive Psychology
Self
Spotlight Effect
Self- Esteem
Self- Efficacy
Self- Serving Bias
Narcissism
Individualism
Collectivism
Sigmund Freud
Carl Jung
Alfred Adler
Karen Horney
Godon Allport
Hans Eysenxk
William Sheldon
Julian Rotter
Carl Rogers