TAMU FINC 201 - Test Study Guide (10 pages)

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Finc 201 - Personal Finance

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PSY 120 1st Edition Exam 3 Study Guide Lectures 10 14 The following is the study guide provided by our professor on Blackboard with information from our text book added to enhance the study guide Exam 3 Study Guide This is not an exhaustive list of the material covered You will be responsible for all material covered in lecture and in the textbook Chapter 10 1 What were Freud s psychosexual stages of development Oral stage first 18 months The infant s pleasure centers on the mouth Sucking biting and chewing reduce tension and add pleasure Anal stage 18 36 months Childs greatest pleasure involves the anus Holding it and going to the bathroom This usually takes place during potty training Phallic stage 3 to 6 years Pleasure focuses on the genitals as the child discovers that self stimulation is enjoyable Latency period 6 years to puberty Freud believes that psychosexual development has paused Genital stage adolescence and adulthood Sexual reawakening source of pleasure shifts to outside people rather than self 2 Understand the following perspectives on human existence a Freud s The first five years are the most important for development sexuality is the most pervasive force behind personlity b Adler People are motivated by purposes and goal perfection not pleasure is the goal c Horney Believed that the prime motive for human existence is security not sex d Jung Everyone has a passive feminine side and assertive male side and a mask everyone wears during social interactions 3 What is Roger s theory Each person is born with natural capacities for growth and fulfillment and an innate sense of what is good and bad for us and a need for a positive regard from others a How do we develop a self concept according to his theory A self concept is developed during childhood and it reflects our genuine innate desires but can be influenced by conditions of worth that make us strive to actualize a self that we were not to be 4 What are the big five personality traits OCEAN Openness



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