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4. Measures

4. Measures

4. Measures. What is the difference between conceptual and measured variables?. What is an operational definition?. What are the differences among nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio scale variables?. What are projective tests, associative lists, and think-around

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Theories of Personality Chapter 15

Theories of Personality Chapter 15

Theories of Personality Chapter 15. Fun Personality Tests - http ://www.outofservice.com /. Personality. An individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting ( unique & consistent ). Each dwarf has a distinct personality. Part I: The Psychodynamic Perspective.

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Wundt

Wundt

Wundt. Voluntarism and Introspection. Voluntarism, not volunteerism. Voluntarism : the power of the will to organize the mind’s content into higher-level thought processes.

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Personality Perspectives

Personality Perspectives

Personality Perspectives. Psychoanalytic —importance of unconscious processes and childhood experiences Humanistic —importance of self and fulfillment of potential Trait —description and measurement of personality differences Social cognitive —importance of beliefs about self. Freud Couch.

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Marketing Research

Marketing Research

Marketing Research. Aaker, Kumar, Day Ninth Edition Instructor’s Presentation Slides. Chapter Nine. Information from Respondents: Issues in Data Collection. Source:semanticstudios.com. Information From Surveys. Used to Capture a Wide Variety of Information: Attitude Decisions

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Wundt

Wundt

Wundt. Voluntarism and Introspection. Voluntarism, not volunteerism. Voluntarism : the power of the will to organize the mind’s content into higher-level thought processes.

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Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition. Outline PowerPoints Chapter 10: Personality. Chapter 10: Personality. Prologue: The Secret Twin Introduction: What Is Personality? The Psychoanalytic Perspective on Personality The Life of Sigmund Freud

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Methodology in Environmental Psychology

Methodology in Environmental Psychology

Methodology in Environmental Psychology. Methods in Environmental Psychology. Does environmental psychology need unique methodology? Environmental psychology uses methodology drawn from a variety of different disciplines and areas of psychology: Clinical psychology Social psychology

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What do you see?

What do you see?

What do you see?. Chapter 13.4 p. 363-368 Learning Objective: What’s the use of personality tests?. Personality Tests. Are Tests Legitimate?. Reliability : Consistency of a test; get the same results in similar circumstances

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Fundamentals of Psychological Testing PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 8, 2

Fundamentals of Psychological Testing PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 8, 2

Fundamentals of Psychological Testing PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 8, 2013. Announcements. Exam #2 is next Thursday, October 17 th Next response paper due October 24 th Time constraints and Chapter 7 (Intellectual Assessment). In the News.

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Psychological Disorders

Psychological Disorders

Psychological Disorders. Just Weirdo, Creep?. TLC "Extreme Cheapskates": "Roy" of Huntington, Vt., who reuses dental floss Jeff Yeager of Accokeek, Md., who combs butcher shops for odd animal parts about to be discarded

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Thinking About Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behavior 2e

Thinking About Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behavior 2e

Thinking About Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behavior 2e. Charles T. Blair-Broeker Randal M. Ernst. Developmental Domain. Personality Chapter. Psychodynamic and Humanistic Perspectives on Personality. Module 17. Personality.

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Psychological therapies

Psychological therapies

Psychological therapies. Psychoanalysis. Lesson objectives. To revise the psychodynamic approach To be able to describe three different psychological therapies for psychoanalysis. To critically evaluate these therapies in terms of their strengths and weaknesses. Starter activity. In pairs:

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Developing a Measure: scales, validity and reliability

Developing a Measure: scales, validity and reliability

Developing a Measure: scales, validity and reliability. Types of Measures. Observational Physiological and Neuroscientific Self-report --m ajority of social & behavioral science research. Self-report measures People’s replies to written questionnaires or interviews Can measure:

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Psychological Assessment

Psychological Assessment

Psychological Assessment. Projective Personality Tests. Projective Tests: Essential Features. Individuals must impose their own structure which is meaningful Stimulus material is unstructured Indirect (disguised) method Freedom of response Interpretation is broad. Projective Tests.

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Humanistic Existentialism

Humanistic Existentialism

Humanistic Existentialism. Existentialism. Big Questions… Are we free to make choices? What is the purpose of relationships with others? What is the meaning of life?. Introduction. experience is subjective make meaning out of it

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Personality Testing & Heredity

Personality Testing & Heredity

Personality Testing & Heredity. Personal interview:. A. Unstructured Used to diagnose an individual problem. Personal interview:. A. Unstructured Used to diagnose an individual problem B. Structured Used for systematic research on personality. II. Observation:. II. Observation:.

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Projective Tests

Projective Tests

Projective Tests. The Projective Hypothesis. The projective hypothesis (Lawrence Frank, 1939): When people try to understand vague or ambiguous unstructured stimuli, the interpretation they produce reflects their needs, feelings, experience, prior conditioning, thought processes

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HISTORY - CLINICAL ASSESSMENT

HISTORY - CLINICAL ASSESSMENT

HISTORY - CLINICAL ASSESSMENT. PERSONALITY TEST, TEST OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, AND PROJECTIVE TEST. 1890 James Cattell develops a "mental test" to assess college students . Test includes measures of strength, resistance to pain, and reaction time.

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Assessment

Assessment

Assessment. To collect and INTERPRET information about a client or subject Remember, the data do not speak for themselves The purpose of assessment: biopsychosocial formulation Dynamic formulation The results of an assessment process will be used idiographically

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