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Duck's Phase Model The stage where the two partners confront each other on the relationship (6). In this stage, the potential breakup is made public and pacts are formed (6). A term used by La Gaipa (1982), each partner seeks to maintain this by blaming anything but themselves for the breakup (6,6). Number of distinct phases in relationship breakdown (4). A point at which a partner's perception of the relationship changes (9). Hard
The Cognitive Approach where congnitive psychologists draw conclusions about the way mental processes operate on the basis of observed behaviour. what other scans are used to study biological structures. what is it called when the mind is compaired to a computer. as we get older our schemes become more.... they are developed from experiences. Big
Grow Your Intelligence excellent sportsman or woman. something you lift to make your arms strong. תוֹצָאָה. lots of different paths joined together. repeat something to get better at it. Hard
Psycology assumption or prediction or educated guess. which the psychologist observes the subject in a natural setting & without manipulation . which participants are unaware of which participants recieved the treatment. which data are collected from groups of participants of different. harmless pill. Big
Cognitive Psychology A puzzle utilizing terminology in the cognitive subfield of psychology The state of being awake and aware of oneís surroundings is called ________________. ______________ is the usage of thought or rational judgement.. The concept that refers to how we actively process specific information in our environment ais called ______________. The process of finding solutions to difficult or complex issues is called ______________. __________ _________ memory is a system for permanently storing, managing, and retrieving information for later use. . Big
Take Charge of Your Attitude! Haman's bad attitude was fed by his desire to _____________.. Be ______________.. bad attitudes can result in the same desire to __________ to others that she or he is someone important. A selfish attitude will lead to ___________.. Haman had a bad attitude, an attitude that _______________ him.. Hard
Intro to Psychology the process of understanding oneself more completely and being aware of issues affecting one's life; self _____. the branch of psychology which focuses on society and it's impact on the individual. an assumption about behavior tested through scientific research. the process of learning new behaviors or responses as a result of their consequences. the branch of psychology which focuses on physical, emotional, cognitive, and social changes that occur over a lifetime. Hard
Anger Fill in the blanks. If someone makes you mad, the best thing to do is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .. Use your imagination and think about a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ place.. When you have angry feelings, find someone you can talk to so you can express _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.. When I have angry _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , it helps to talk about them. . If you find yourself getting mad about something over and over again, get some _ _ _ _ _ _ from a grown-up.. Big
Personality Disorders Grandiosity, need for admiration, lack of empathy. . Instability in interpersonal relationships and self- image. . Disregard for the rights of others.. Suspiciousness and distrust about othersí motives . Acute discomfort in close relationships; eccentricities of behavior.. Big
Memory new information gets in way of old. portion of LTM that stores general facts & info (much like a dictionary/encyclopedia). a limited capacity involved in the conscious processing of information that briefly stores items up to 30 seconds. self doubt is a which leads to anxiety and in turn interferes with ones ability to retrieve info from memory. ability to remember words & sounds. Very Difficult
Mental Factors It refers to the state of mental preparedness for participation in an activity. Approach to develop decision making. When you imagine yourself carrying out your performance. an action or process of choosing a preferred option or course of action from a set of alternatives. Method of gathing data for Level of Arousal. Hard
Emotions If a crocodile is near you all of a sudden, you are __________. The opposite of afraid. If you love someone and they love you, you are ______. If soldiers are killed in a war, the families are ____. If you wrote an exam well, but your mark is low, you are ______. Easy
Theories of personality Solve the following crossword Children who rebled against toilet training and expelled races purspeacefully.. Freud believed that boys develop both sexual attraction to their.... He is an example of personality. (cartoon). The unic way which each individual think and feel.. First stage ocuring In the first years and a half of life in which the mouth is the erogenous zone.. Very Difficult
History of Psycology study of the effects of drugs on thought and behavior. the Greek term for soul or mind . believed that parents and children should not physically touch. thought cocaine was a miracle drug. the origin of psyche. Very Difficult
Cognition an example of a type of concept around which other similar concepts are organized. the ability to use information to get along in life and become successful. concepts that are defined by specific rules or features. type of thinking in which a problem is seen as only having one answer. concepts people form as a result of their experiences in the real world. Hard
Antisocial Personality Disorder belligerent, mordant, rancorous, vicious, malignant, brutal,and resentful.. American Psychiatrist who studied psychopathy.. Suggested five subtypes to ASPD.. feeling intentionally denied and deprived.. developed Schema Therapy. Hard
Who's Who in Psych? Structuralism, though introspection.. Observational learning.. Taste Aversion.. First laboratory on sleep. . Classical conditioning.. Very Difficult
Sigmund Freud's Theory of Personality Say one thing but mean your mother. Causes an axious person to express the opposite of an unconscious feeling. View of personality based on unconscious thought processes. Founder of psychoanalysis. Pattern of thinking, feeling, acting. Hard
Feelings It feels like I am all alone on this world, I feel .... Really angry!. To look at something with fixed eyes for a long time. I always know what she is going to do next, she is .... My hands are sweaty and my legs are shaking, I am .... Older Children
Emotions When you feel this way, you might cause a little bit of trouble. The opposite of guilty. This is a feeling and a man's name. Many people feel this when they do not have coffee in the morning. You feel this when you have nothing to do. Hard
Personality Adjectives showing no fear of dangerous or difficult situations. making sure that people behave well and not allowing them to break any rules. making you smile or laugh. an attractive man. always liking and supporting someone or something. Older Children
Phobias fear of confined places. fear of insects. fear of defecation. fear of homes. fear of the sun. Hard
Bipolar Disorder psychotherapy, hospitalization, medications . Bipolar Disorder is formerly known as?. ____ American adults have Bipolar Disorder.. An organization for Bipolar Disorder.. She was diagnosted with Bipolar Disorder.. Hard
Memory holds information before its stored or forgotten. can't remember early year events. general knowledge for recall. recalling memory information. initial recording of sensory information. Hard
Psychology The outcome of a behaviour that generally leads an individual to repeat the behaviour.. The process in which the behaviour of a person or animal is modified.. A group of symptoms in schizophrenia which include flat emotion, interrupted thought processes, and lack of speech or social skills.. A pathological false belief.. A developmental disorder characterised by impaired social skills and communication, along with repetitive behaviour.. Big
Building Healthy Relationships third step in the Bradshaw Accountability Model. past history effect on the way you see the world. first part of the 3 P's that tells why. invisible guidelines that help to direct your choices. a statement that shapes your reality. Big
Eating Concerns Assistance by someone trained to guide someone through their issues. Obesity percentages for this age group has increased dramatically over the years. Compulsive eating, unable to stop even when full. A lack or loss of appetite for food. Fearful of gaining weight. Contributing factor; people compare themselves to the people in magazines, online, or on TV. Teenage
Special Topics In Memory the difficulty adults have remembering experiences from their first two years of life.. refers to our recollection of events that happened in our life and when those events took place.. a memory of an experience, especially a traumatic one, that is recalled after an often lengthy period of repression.. refers to an account given by people of an event they have witnessed.. the ability to produce unusually sharp and detailed images of something one has seen. . Hard
Healthy Self Esteem You do this when you are happy. Be --------- with your decisions and judgements. The opposite of weaknesses. Self esteem is how much you ----- yourself. ----- from your mistakes. Older Children
Ethics, and Social Psychology group in which the condition under study is absent. the arithmetic average. in a study, a variable that is manipulated by the researcher. the difference between the largest and smallest number. the middle number in a sorted list of numbers. Teenage
Classical Conditioning - Underlying Processes A theory of classical conditioning that proposes that the CS acts as a substitute for the US. . A theory of classical conditioning that proposes that a given US can support only so much conditioning and that this amount of conditioning must be distributed among the various CSs available. . A model of conditioning in which a CS that has been repeatedly associated with the primary response (a-process) to a US will eventually come to elicit a compensatory response (b-process). . A behavioral treatment for phobias that involves prolonged exposure to a feared stimulus, thereby providing maximal opportunity for the conditioned fear response to be extinguished. . The decrease in the conditioned response that occurs when two separately conditioned CSs are combined into a compound stimulus for further pairings with the US. . Adult
Pyschological Adventure a simple testable statement. consists of somatic and autonomic nervous systems. fundamental, raw experience associated with stimuli. Study of just one or a few. An investigation of courtship befhavior in humans. Hard
All about Alcohol I am a person. I help addicts avoid negative consequences due to his or her behavior. (benlinga). I am a disease, but not like the others. I cause a person to lose control of his or her drinking behavior. (mcohollisa). I am a disease. I turn healthy liver tissue into scar tissue. (horriissc). I occur when you drink to much, or to often, or at an inappropriate time. (lcohoa buase). I am very complex. I am a set of physical and mental defects that affect the fetus due to mothers consumption of alcohol. (ltaef coholla drmyoesn). Adult
Measuring Intelligence The mental abilities to adapt to and shape the environment. A ratio of mental age divided by chronological age, multiplied by 100. The process of establishing uniform procedures for administering a test and for interpreting its scores. The degree to which a test yields consistent results. A test that predicts a person's capacity for learning. Teenage
Psychology Observation When participants are observed without their knowledge this is absent. A way of recording information during observational research in quantitative form. These observations may be carried out in laboratory situations or natural situations.. A form of analysis typically used in indirect observational studies e.g. observing advertisements on TV. Sampling where the researcher decides on a time say 5 seconds and then records what behaviour is occurring at that time. Hard
Social Work Services and Mental Health mainly involves females and eating habits. psychological,emotional or cognitive disorders. commonly found in returning veterans. employed in a wide range of mental health facilities. most common form of psychosis. Big
Motives & Emotions tendancy to seek out stimulatingand novel experiences. fleeting facial expressions that last only a fraction of a second. goal-directed activities that energize and direct behavior. the people toward whom our attention or motives are directed.. (SWB) preponderance of positive thoughts and feelings about ones life.. Older Children
Self Esteem A P______ view of your self leads to self-confidence. Wanting to look like someone else means you have a N_______ view of yourself. One example of a personal W __________ is being ill-mannered. L______ self-esteem means the person does not love him/herself. The ability to behave appropriately in different situations is S_____-_______. Older Children
Mental Illness cutting, burning are examples of_____. feeling meaning doing something & getting caught. one name for feeling really sad, depressed-what is my diagnosis. talking one's own life with own hands. My illness is about hearing voices, & I am paranoid. Teenage
Self-esteem when you are happy you. be ________ with your decisions and judgments. self-esteem is how much you ______ yourself. ______ from your mistakes. _______ in everything you do and you will succeed. Older Children
Mental Health Recovery A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. . Recovery builds on peopleís strengths.. Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a well-developed support system.. Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills.. Recovery isnít a step-by-step process but one based on continual growth, occasional setbacks and learning from experience.. Very Difficult
Theory of the Seasons of Life Four tasks are required to ___________ the second stage. __________ stages to becoming an adult. First stage is called _______________________. Forming a Dream and give it a ____________ in the life structure. ______________ life structure to see if your living your dreams or not. Hard
Aggression: What Makes Us Hurt Others? Disease, the person has difficulty controlling their behavior and repeats actions. (abbreviation). An action that is intended to cause harm to another person who does not want to be harmed.. Portrays many aspects of life unrealistically.. Influences many of our ideas about the world.. Many believe that aggression is learned through this type of learning.. Adult
Mental Disorder A pattern of behavior in which the rights of others or basic social rules are violated.. A prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness.. The act of intentionally taking one's own life.. Sudden, unexplained feelings of terror.. A disorder that is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct and complex identities or personality states each of which becomes dominant and controls behavior from time to time.. Hard
Mental and Emotional Health Terminology the achievement of one's full potential through creativity, independence, spontaneity, and a grasp of the real world.. a person whose behavior, example, or success is or can be emulated by others, especially by younger people.. criticism or advice that is useful and intended to help or improve something, often with an offer of possible solutions . the act of a person who mourns; sorrowing or lamentation.. the state of being depressed.. Hard
Mental Health Issues affect disorder involving long-lasting, intense sadness. killing oneself. a false belief. a distorted idea about a person or even that is not real. refusing to think about something that upsets you. Teenage
Healthy Relationship Qualities The act of openly communicating with someone. Having the same relation toward another person. Approval; favor. Reliance on integrity, truth, strength and ability of someone or something. The state of being different. Older Children
Sleeping Dirorders Not getting enough sleep , different sleeping schedule daily. Itching sensation , irresistible urge to move the legs. Normal sleeping schedule , relaxation. Suddenly stops breathing for short period of time while sleeping. The harsh or hoarse sound created while sleeping. Adult
Managing Stress showing sorrow or grief. the abilit to bounce back from adversity. type of stressor like an illness or a disability. the stage of grief with closure. type of stressor that involves the way you think. Teenage
Death and Dying, Human Needs, Anorexia and Bulimia way of dealing with unpleasant situations. achieving full potential. complication of anorexia. oxygen is this kind of need. expert on death and dying. Teenage
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