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STRESS AND HEALTH SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES
100
What is the optimal amount of stress that people need to promote health and well-being?
Eustress
100
True or False - members engaging in "groupthink" are okay with members having different opinions.
False
100
What is collective, universal human memories? (Carl Jung)
Archetypes
100
What is a type of anxiety where the source is unknown?
Free-floating anxiety
100
What is Psychotherapy?
Where a person with a problem talks with a psychological professional
200
What is the conflict a person goes through when choosing between two goals where each goal has both pros and cons?
Double approach-avoidance
200
Prejudice is _________, where are discrimination is _________.
Attitude; behavior/action
200
What is the idea that young boys develop a sexual attraction to their moms and are jealous of their dads?
Oedipus Complex
200
What is a disorder resulting from exposure to a major, traumatic stressor for as long as one month?
Acute stress disorder

*Bonus: How is this different from PTSD?
300
What is the personality type who often internalizes anger and finds it difficult to express emotions?
Type C
300
What is the technique where one asks for a small commitment followed by bigger commitments?
Foot-in-the-door technique
*Bonus: How is this different from door-in-the-face technique?
300
What are Freud's three parts of personality?
Id, Ego, Superego

*Bonus: what is the difference between all three?
300
What is a personality disorder where a person is moody, unstable, and clings to others?
Borderline personality disorder
400
You are really nervous before going on a first date. Before the date, your behaviors are triggered by your __________ system, whereas after the date your behaviors are triggered by your _________ system.
Sympathetic system; parasympathetic system
400
What is scapegoating?
When a person directs prejudice and discrimination to out-group members who have little power or are weaker.
400
Give an example of rationalization?
(making up acceptable excuses for unacceptable behavior)
400
What is intruding thoughts that occur over and over again?
Obsessions

*Bonus: how are these obsessions relieved?
500
What is the difference between emotion-focused and problem-focused coping?
Problem-focused --> reducing stress through actions Emotion-focused --> reducing through changing emotions
500
What is the difference between compliance and conformity?
compliance --> changing behavior when asked to
conformity --> changing behavior to match other people
500
List Freud's psychosexual stages in order.
Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency, Genital
500
Joe is suffering from a disorder causing him to have disordered thinking, bizarre behavior, and hallucinations. Maggie left her hometown and now can’t recall where she is from.
What two disorders do Joe and Maggie have?
Joe has Schizophrenia and Maggie has Fugue






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