Search Results for weiten 1989

 
Psychology Personality

.... with organization, rules, schedules, lists, trivial details; extremely conventional, serious, and formal; unable to express warm emotions” (Weiten 1989, 543 ....

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Poor Self-Esteem

.... This is known as social comparison theory (Weiten, 1989, 466), but we don’t just choose anyone against who we compare ourselves. ....

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Developmental Psych

.... he or she can move onto the next phase of development in a psychologically healthy manner, Erikson labeled these “psychosocial crises” (Weiten, 1989, 411). ....

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Aspects of Love and Sex

.... of psychosexual development contend that neuroses, even in late adulthood, stem directly from a lack of appropriate psychosexual development (Weiten 1989). ....

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Suicide in People of Color

.... Attributions are “inferences that people draw about the causes of events, others’ behavior, and their own behavior” (Weiten, 1989, 534). ....

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Interpersonal Communication

.... As Weiten (1989) explains, ôPersonality refers to an individualÆs unique constellation of consistent behavioral traits.ö Melvin UdallÆs defining ....

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Interpersonal Communication

.... As Weiten (1989) explains, ôPersonality refers to an individualÆs unique constellation of consistent behavioral traits.ö Melvin UdallÆs defining ....

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Adolescent Development

.... he or she can move onto the next phase of development in a psychologically healthy manner, Erikson labeled these “psychosocial crises” (Weiten, 1989, 411). ....

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A Life History

.... The crisis involves finding meaning and satisfaction in oneÆs life, rather than wallowing in bitterness and resentmentö (Weiten, 1989, 413). ....

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Developing Flies

.... reason whose description sounds like Ralph could say it within the context of the story, ôrules are necessary for maintaining social orderö (Weiten 1989, 403 ....

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ASPD

.... Since they haven’t accepted the social norms they violate, antisocial personalities rarely feel guilty about their transgressions” (Weiten, 1989). ....

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Piaget

.... explore the world around them, Piaget asserted that interaction with the environment and maturation gradually alter the way children think” (Weiten, 1989, 398 ....

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Life Cycle Development

.... The crisis involves finding meaning and satisfaction in oneÆs life, rather than wallowing in bitterness and resentmentö (Weiten, 1989, 413). ....

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One Flew Over The Cukoo's Nest

.... is marked by impulsive, callous, manipulative, aggressive, and irresponsible behavior that reflects a failure to accept social norms” (Weiten, 1989, 544). ....

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Walt Disney

.... WORKS CITED Mosley, L. Disney’s World. New York, Stein and Day, 1985. Weiten, W. Psychology: Themes & Variations. California, Brooks/Cole Publishing, 1989.

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Edited Freud & Piaget

.... Cognitive Development. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, NY. Weiten, W. (1989). Psychology: Themes and Variations. Brooks/Cole Publishing, CA.

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Free Will & Intelligence

.... Dictionary. (3rd edit.). New York, Macmillan USA, 1996. Weiten, W. Psychology: Themes and Variations. California, Brooks/Cole, 1989.

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