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Psych - Other Perspectives 1.4

A brief introduction to the psychological perspectives of Humanism, Cognitive Theory, Sociocultural and Biopsychological theories.
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Russ McKell

on 20 January 2015

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Transcript of Psych - Other Perspectives 1.4

Other Perspectives
Unconditional Positive Regard
Chemicals in Your Brain
Your Environment
People with red hair...
The bumps on your head...
When you were born...
Things you know and think about.
Balances between Id and Superego
"Self"
Does what's right. ALWAYS
Does what feels good.
ALWAYS.
Unconditional Positive Regard
Find a safe, easy target.
Taking a break from reality.
Things you know and think about.
Balances between Id and Superego
"Self"
Does what's right. ALWAYS
Does what feels good.
ALWAYS.
Things you know and think about.
Balances between Id and Superego
"Self"
Does what's right. ALWAYS
Does what feels good.
ALWAYS.
Things you know and think about.
Balances between Id and Superego
"Self"
Does what's right. ALWAYS
Does what feels good.
ALWAYS.
What motivates a puppy,
motivates us.
SEX PLEASURE PRAISE
Sees the Whole Person
Humans are Positive and Capable of Growth
Unconditional Positive Regard
HUMANISM
A > B > C
A
ctivating Event
B
elief
C
onsequenting Attitude
COGNITIVE
Environment
Nurture NOT Nature
Social Learning
Modeling
Imitative Learning
SOCIOCULTURAL
Chemicals
Neurons
Physical Reactions
Mental Reactions
BIOPSYCHOLOGICAL
Abraham Maslow
Carl Rogers
Memory
Thinking
Learning
Hierarchy of Needs
People with red hair...
The bumps on your head...
When you were born...
We are responsible for our choices
Sickness of our time is meaninglessness
Find purpose and meaning through suffering, work, and love
Free to Choose
EXISTENTIALISM
SISYPHUS
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