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Definition of Consumer Behavior

Definition of Consumer Behavior

Definition of Consumer Behavior. Individuals or groups acquiring, using and disposing of products, services, ideas, or experiences Includes search for information and actual purchase Includes an understanding of consumer thoughts, feelings, and actions. Acquisition Receiving Finding

By Albert_Lan
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Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology. Lecture 2. An Integrative Approach to Psychopathology. Chapter 2. Outline. One-Dimensional Versus Multidimensional Models Biological Contributions to Psychopathology Psychological Contributions to Psychopathology Cultural, Social and Developmental Factors.

By Faraday
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Motivational Theories: 		An Overview

Motivational Theories: An Overview

Motivational Theories: An Overview. Developed by Dr. Randy Richards, Ph.D. St. Ambrose University. Three Factors to Job Performance. Opportunity to Perform (Organization) Capacity to Perform (KSA’s) Willingness to Perform (Motivation) Direction Intensity Persistence. Content Theories

By lotus
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Chapter 9: Clinical Assessment

Chapter 9: Clinical Assessment

Chapter 9: Clinical Assessment. Objective Personality Tests Projective Personality Tests. Defining Clinical Assessment. T he process of assessing the client through multiple methods, including: the clinical interview (see Chapter 12),

By gomer
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Motivational Psychology

Motivational Psychology

Motivational Psychology. What drives people to do the things they do?. Basic Concepts. Motives – internal states that arouse and direct behavior toward specific objects or goals Needs – states of tension within a person. Motive Psychology.

By lynch
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Educational Research

Educational Research

Educational Research. Chapter 8. Tools of Research. Scales and instruments – measure complex characteristics such as intelligence and achievement Scales and instruments may be: (1) Selected or (2) Developed by the researcher If selected:

By anana
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MKT 345 - Marketing Research Lecture Slides (Dr. Alhassan G. Abdul-Muhmin)

MKT 345 - Marketing Research Lecture Slides (Dr. Alhassan G. Abdul-Muhmin)

MKT 345 - Marketing Research Lecture Slides (Dr. Alhassan G. Abdul-Muhmin). Qualitative Research Methods (Reference: Zikmund & Babin Ch. 6). Learning Objectives. At the end of this discussion you should be able to:

By kassia
(328 views)

A historical and cultural perspective on ICWA

A historical and cultural perspective on ICWA

A historical and cultural perspective on ICWA. Why was ICWA necessary? . Everyone wants what is best for the child !. “Why are Indian children and families treated differently?”. Understanding:. When someone says, “we know what is best for your children,” or

By taffy
(160 views)

Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Personality: Theory, Research, and Assessment. Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory Three Components of Personality. Id Eros – libido, Thanatos, Pleasure principle Ego Reality principle Superego Conscience, ego-ideal. Psychosexual Stages. Oral Anal Phallic Latency Genital.

By vita
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Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis

Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis

Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis. Chapter 3 Abnormal Psychology. Clinical Assessment. Protocols used for evaluation and measurement Assessing/diagnosing psychological disorders. Getting Started. What brings the client to the provider?

By kailey
(200 views)

Chapter 14 Personality Theory & Assessment

Chapter 14 Personality Theory & Assessment

Chapter 14 Personality Theory & Assessment. A Brief Study Guide. Introduction. If your study of Psychology takes you into counseling, psychotherapy, or some other mental healthcare discipline, you will study this area in great detail.

By perdita
(274 views)

Q

Q

Q . 5. Chapter. Power and Influence. “ The true leader must submerge himself in the fountain of the people .” ~V.I. Lenin. Some Important Distinctions.

By ron
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Motivation and Emotion

Motivation and Emotion

Motivation and Emotion. Motivational Theories and Concepts. Motives – needs, wants, desires leading to goal-directed behavior Drive theories – seeking homeostasis Incentive theories – regulation by external stimuli Evolutionary theories – maximizing reproductive success

By gwydion
(96 views)

Personality

Personality

Personality. Do you have one????. Different Perspectives. Psychodynamic Unconscious, sexual, motivation, conflict Humanistic Positive growth, realization of potential Trait Categorize and describe Cognitive- Social Learning Think, act, and respond to environment. Freud. Id

By Jims
(119 views)

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

By brie
(555 views)

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

By xenia
(112 views)

Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Motivation and Emotion. Motivation and Emotion. Snapshot from the Marketplace. Gambling has become within easy reach of nearly everyone. In 2010, Americans wagered over $900 billion in various types of gambling. The forces that motivate people to gamble are diverse and perplexing.

By demont
(147 views)

EQ: What is the difference between projective and objective personality tests

EQ: What is the difference between projective and objective personality tests

EQ: What is the difference between projective and objective personality tests.

By manton
(153 views)

Chapter 15

Chapter 15

Chapter 15. Personality . Chapter 15 Outline. Historic Perspectives on Personality The Psychoanalytic Perspective The Humanistic Perspective Contemporary Research on Personality The Trait Perspective The Social-Cognitive Perspective Exploring the Self The Modern Unconscious Mind.

By seanna
(177 views)

LRJ #7

LRJ #7

LRJ #7. What kind of introduction are you planning on using for you oral presentation? Do you plan on interacting with the audience? If so, how? If not, why not? Are you planning on using your visual during your introduction? If so, how? If not, why not?.

By naida
(119 views)

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