Personality Retaining Material: Sigmund Freud What have we already learned about Sigmund Freud? Write down at least three things
Independent Thinking/Class Discussion Freud: Childhood Events and Experiences can impact people more than just your childhood years Based on your own childhood experiences and events do you agree with this? Why or why not? If you agree with this, write down 3 childhood experiences and events that still impact you and be prepared to share how they impact you
If you dont agree with this, write down 3 major childhood experiences and events that dont impact you, but should have Defense Mechanisms Defense Mechanisms: ways that the ego avoids recognizing emotions and ideas that cause anxiety or discomfort What are some defense mechanisms that you use in your life? What are some defense mechanisms that you see other people using in their life?
Are defense mechanisms good or bad? How can they impact people solving their problems in life? Defense Mechanisms Repression- removes ideas that cause anxiety from your conscious state by pushing them into your unconscious state Rationalization- use of self-deception to justify unacceptable behavior
Displacement- transfer of a threatening idea or impulse to a less threatening idea or impulse Regression- returning to a behavior that is usually part of an earlier stage of development Defense Mechanisms in the Media https://www.youtube.com/watch?
annotation_id=annotation_174035&feature=iv&list=PL210BD296981F9245&src_vid=ISTPRoBW2s c&v=JITv11rctGg What kind of Defense Mechanism is he using to justify being an Arms Dealer? Do you think he is delusional? Why or why not? What is his ID saying? What is his Ego saying? What is his Superego saying? Which one is he listening to? Defense Mechanisms in the
Media https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOK22sQ_PTI What is the Defense Mechanism that they are talking about? Why did Will develop this Defense Mechanism? Do you know people who have this Defense Mechanism? How does it impact their lives?
Create a treatment plan for someone who has created this defense mechanism. List 10 things that you would try to talk about/put into place to help them combat this defense mechanism Warm Up What kinds of defense mechanisms did we look at last class? Do you use any of them? If so,
give us an example. If not, how could you use one of them? Homework: Textbook Work
Read the section about Carl Jung on pgs. 329-330 Answer the following questions: -What branch of psychology did Jung develop? -What is an archetype? -What are examples of archetypes and how do we see them? -What is the purpose of the self? -What four elements exist in everyones unconscious mind? -What do other psychologists feel about Jungs Theory of the Collective Unconscious
Learning Objectives Analyze Freuds Defense Mechanisms Enhance Artistic Abilities Engage in Collaborative Learning Defense Mechanisms Projection-seeing faults in other people that are really your
own Reaction Formation- in order to keep true feelings hidden, people act in the opposite way they are feeling Denial- refusing to accept the reality of anything that is bad or upsetting Sublimation- channeling basic impulses into socially acceptable behavior
Artistic Expression Pick 5 Defense Mechanisms and draw an image that expresses the Defense Mechanism DO NOT DRAW THEM IN THE SAME ORDER THAT WE TOOK NOTES-PEOPLE WILL BE GUESSING WHICH DEFENSE MECHANISM YOU ARE TRYING TO SYMBOLIZE
Gallery Walk Walk around the room and look at the different images of your classmates You need to look at the images of 5 classmates Write down which defense mechanism is being represented by each image Under the defense mechanism, write one sentence that explains how this defense mechanism is being depicted
Group-Work: Defense Mechanisms Each group will be assigned a defense mechanism to act out for the class You must write a script and everyone in the group needs to have a role in the skit BE PREPARED TO EXPLAIN HOW YOUR GROUP SHOWED THIS DEFENSE
MECHANISM BEING USED Freuds Psychosexual Stages Read the article on Freuds Psychosexual Stages and complete the graphic organizer Wrap Up
Identify one theory of Freuds that you think has the most validity. Explain why you think this Identify one theory of Freuds that you think has the least validity. Explain why you think this Warm Up Who is the father of the
Psychoanalytic Approach? What does the Psychoanalytic Approach focus upon? Learning Objectives Analyze Inferiority Complexes Interpret the ideas of
different Psychoanalytic Thinkers Alfred Adler: Inferiority Complex Follower of Freuds Psychoanalytical Approach Adler believed that people are motivated by a need to overcome inferiority complexes
Inferiority Complex- Feelings of inadequacy and insecurity Thinking about the Material/Connecting to Your Life -Where do you think that people get inferiority complexes from? -What are examples of inferiority complexes in your lives, or the lives of others?
-Do people with inferiority complexes need treatment? If so, what kind of treatment should they be given? Fun with Dick and Jane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Lu4EUijGI0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9uTIKvTUmw What kind of Inferiority Complex is Dick suffering from? How is this Inferiority Complex impacting Dick? Do you think Inferiority Complexes are good, bad, or both?
Historical Examples What historical examples can you think of in terms of people who suffered from an Inferiority Complex? How did their Inferiority Complex impact them and others around them? You become the Therapist- Create a Treatment Plan Pretend that you are a therapist and you are treating a
patient that suffers from an inferiority complex Write one paragraph that explains the background of your patient and why they might be suffering from this inferiority complex Create a treatment plan for this patient so that they can either cope with or get rid of their inferiority complex Treatment plan should be in bulleted-list form
Psychoanalytic Theorist Packet Write down what we learned about Freuds Theories related to Psychoanalysis and Personality Read the information on three different psychoanalytic theorists -Alfred Adler -Karen Horney -Erik Erikson Complete the Graphic Organizer on the last page, using key facts and specific information you learned about each theorist and their theories.
Check for Understanding Who started the Psychoanalytic Approach and what overlaps do you see between his ideas and the ideas of other Psychoanalytic Thinkers? Create a Venn Diagram to show similarities and differences between the creator of the Psychoanalytic Approach and other Psychoanalytic Theorists
Wrap Up Which of the Psychoanalytical Theories do you agree with the most? Why? What criticisms do you have regarding other theorists and their theories? What is the Learning Perspective? Predict how a Learning Perspective Theorist would analyze your personality: Write one paragraph in which you analyze your own personality from the perspective of a Learning Approach Theorist
Warm Up Which theory of personality did we look at last class? What does this theory of personality focus on? What does the Learning Approach focus on?
Homework: Short Essay Write a 1-2 page short essay (INCLUDE A THESIS AND BREAK DOWN INTO PARAGRAPHS) in which you analyze how sociocultural factors impact who you are and your sense of self
To do this, answer three of the following questions: How is your self esteem influenced by how society sees you? How does your economic background play a role in your sense of self? How does gender impact who you are? What role does race play in your life? Learning Objectives Analyze Watson and Skinners Behaviorist Approach
Enhance Writing Skills Build Connections to own lives Brainstorming What have we already learned about positive and negative reinforcement? Who were the main theorists we studied in regards to positive and negative reinforcement? If you were a parent, how would you positively reinforce the actions of a -Baby -Young Children
-Teenagers -Grown up Children Watson and Skinner: Behaviorism Behaviorism- External forces dictate behavior Watson and Skinner: Behavior is shaped by societal norms Socialization- The process by which people learn the socially desirable behaviors of their culture
and adopt them to their personalities Skinner: No one is completely free because society forces us to conform to doing what is best for society Connecting Material -Think of your own lifecan you think of examples where Skinners idea that No one is completely free because society forces us to conform to doing what is best for society is
true? Write one paragraph to describe whether you agree with this idea based on your own life experiences Skinner: Walden Two Walden Two: Book about Skinners utopian society Utopian society: Skinners ideal society where people are happy and content Every society member contributes and receives the benefits of the society
Socialization begins to take place in early childhood Twin Oaks: Modern Utopia based off of Skinners Walden Two https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTwJz8c4wcY What types of Socialization have taken place? What does a community mean to these people? What approach does this community take to parenting and what would Freud, Adler, Horney, and Erikson say about this approach?
What results of this parenting approach do the people notice in the children? How does Twin Oaks model Skinners ideas of a utopia? What are negatives of this community? Writing/Drawing Activity: Describe your Utopia What would your utopia look like? In one paragraph, describe as many details about your
utopia that you can- setting, people, ideals, etc. Under your paragraph, draw a picture to show how socialization would take place in your utopia Under your picture, write 1-2 sentences that explains how your picture shows how socialization would take place in your utopia Role-Playing your Utopia Groups of 4-5 people
Chose one persons utopia to role play for the class Everyone in the group needs to have a part Be sure to focus on how socialization is taking place in your utopia Conclude the role-play with an explanation of the key ideas of this utopia and why you would like Wrap-Up
What does it mean to be utopian? What does it mean to be idealistic? Is there a difference between idealism and utopianism? Warm Up Identify three Personality theorists that we have looked at so far
Choose the one that you think has the best ideas and explain why you think this theorist has the best ideas Homework: Short Essay Write a 1-2 page short essay (INCLUDE A THESIS AND BREAK DOWN INTO PARAGRAPHS) in which you analyze how sociocultural factors impact who you are and your sense of self To do this, answer three of the following questions:
How is your self esteem influenced by how society sees you? How does your economic background play a role in your sense of self? How does gender impact who you are? What role does race play in your life?
Learning Objectives Interpret Social Learning Theory Analyze the ideas of Albert Bandura Build connections to your life Social Learning Theory Social Learning Theory: Kids learn behaviors through observational learning and 5 main internal factors
Self-Efficacy Expectations: Beliefs people have about themselves Retaining Material/Check for Understanding What is Observational Learning and what is the other main form of learning that we studied? Who was the main theorist behind Observational Learning? How do you think Observational Learning is going
to connect to the Learning Approach? What does this tell you about the connection between learning and personality? Your Self-Efficacy Expectations Bullet-point ten things that you are good at Review your list, and write one paragraph on how your expectations about your abilities impact how often or to what extent you do these thing
Then, share your list with a partner, and see if you have any similarities in terms of your Self-Efficacy Expectations and how often/extent to which you go to apply these expectations Ask your partner to add on three additional Self-Efficacy Expectations to your list Reading on Albert Bandura: Father of Social Learning Theory Read the article on Albert
Bandura and Social Learning Theory and answer the questions that follow Connecting to your Life Think about a time when you engaged in Social Learning Theory Jot down some notes to describe how you engaged in Social Learning Theory Form a group of 4-5 people
Create a skit to role-play this event in which you engaged in Social Learning Theory Your group should be prepared to explain how you are demonstrating Social Learning Theory Everyone in the group must play a role in the skit Albert Banduras Bobo Doll Experiment Bobo Doll Experiment: Experiment conducted in the 60s in
which Bandura studied how children behave after observing an adult act aggressively towards a doll We are going to conduct our own Bobo Doll Experiment We need 6 Groups and each group needs to nominate a Team Captain Each group will be creating a list of 5 stimuli that causes people to behave a certain way Creating Your Own Experiment:
Group-Work Each person should write out a list of five stimuli and next to each stimulus, write down how that person would respond if they were faced with that stimulus Then, each person will act out the stimulus in your groupsrecord your group members reactions to each stimulus As a group, pick the five most predictable stimuli in terms of the behavior they are going to cause
The Team Captain will act out the Stimuli on the Team Captains for the other groups and we will see if people react in the same way or not Warm Up What is Social Learning Theory and who was the main theorist behind it? What is the Humanistic Approach to Personality?
Homework: Complete Study Guide Complete Study Guide by fully writing out all notes and relevant material for each term/concept/word on the study guide Looking Ahead: Test next Tuesday/
Wedneday TEST on Motivation, Emotion, and Learning Objectives Analyze the Humanistic Approach Interpret the ideas of Maslow and Rogers
Build Connections to your life New Seating Chart Go to your seats from last semester I will tell you where you will be sitting this semester Before you move, wait until I have read off everyones name, and then move to your new seat
The Humanistic Approach Humanistic Approach: Behavior is individual and subjective Humanistic Theorists: Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers Abraham Maslow: Believed that what separates humans from animals is the desire to reach selfactualization. To do this, humans need to take risks
Thinking about Maslow -Do you agree with Maslow that what separates humans from animals is the desire to reach self-actualization Are there people that dont have a desire to reach selfactualization? Why do you think Maslow would say they dont have this desire? -What is self actualization and where does it fall on Maslows Hierarchy of Needs? -What would self-actualization look like for Mr. Rosenberg as a
teacher and what risks do I take in achieving self-actualization? Carl Rogers Carl Rogers-each person defines themselves in a certain way and this view shapes their behavior and choices -Self-Concept: The individuality that one creates for themselves (who they are) -Congruence: Consistency between ones Self-Concept and their own experiences
-When people have Congruency, they are happy, but without it, they are anxious Orange County https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DigaxGStjC8 What are some characteristics and terms that you would use to describe Seans Self-Concept? Does Sean have Congruency? Why or why not? Does this mean he is happy or anxious?
What does Self-Actualization mean for Sean? What risks does he take to achieve his Self-Actualization? Write 2 letters (1 paragraph each) to Biggie Create a fictional character and describe their emotions based on their Self-Concept and Congruency First letter= Describe a recent (fictional) experience that has Congruency for the characters Self-Concept
2nd Letter= Describe a recent (fictional) experience that does not have Congruency for the characters Self Concept In both letters be sure to include the persons Self-Concept, explain why they do or dont have Congruency, and what their emotions are based off this Congruency Group Therapy Plans Each group (5-6 people) will create a Therapy Plan for a situation that I will give you
Be sure to talk about which Theory of Personality (Trait, Psychoanalytic, Learning, or Humanistic) best goes with the treatment plan and why you picked this Theory Whose approach to understanding this situation will you use in helping this family through this conflict? Why will you use this approach? Situation An 18 year old male student has decided that he doesnt want to go to college
and would rather stay at home and live with his parents He doesnt want to get a job and his only after-school activities are video games/TV He doesnt see the point of going to school, has missed a lot of days from school, comes in late, and is danger of failing Boy doesnt talk to his parents so they dont know whats going on Has a group of friends that he hangs out with who negatively influence him His mother and father both work two jobs to save up enough money for college
Vocabulary from Carl Jung Homework: Returning to the Psychoanalytic Approach Carl Jung developed his own branch of Psychoanalytic Theory known as Analytic Psychology Analytic Psychology- Emphasizes the influences of mysticism and religion on human behavior Collective Unconscious- Storing of human concepts shared by all people across all cultures
Archetypes- Ideas and images of the human experience that has accumulated which form the Collective Unconscious Examples of Archetypes
-God/Supreme Being -Young Hero -Nurturing Mother -Wise Old Man -Hostile Brother -Wicked Witches Warm Up What were the main ideas of Carl Jung? What personality approach theorist was
he? What were the main ideas of Abraham Maslow? What personality approach theorist was he? Homework: Complete Study Guide Complete Study Guide by fully writing out all notes
and relevant material for each term/concept/word on the study guide Test= 2 Classes From Now Motivation, Emotion, Personality Start Studying Today Learning Objectives
Analyze the ideas of Carl Jung Interpret the Sociocultural Approach Build Connections to own lives Carl Jung How do you think religious scholars feel about Jungs ideas? What examples of archetypes can you think of in your life? For Jung, your self-concept is an example of an archetype.
Draw your sense of self in images/symbols/graphics Under where you drew your sense of self, for three archetypes that we looked at last class, draw images/symbols/graphics/words to express how you see this archetype Theories and Theorists of Personality Review Sheet Next to each Personality Theorist,
write the correct letter of the theory which corresponds to the theorist After completing the Matching Section, identify which Theory of Personality each Theorist goes under Check for Understanding Identify three personality theorists
Explain three key elements of their The Sociocultural Approach Sociocultural Approach: Emphasis is on ethnicity, gender and culture and how they influence personality Individualism: People define themselves based on their own personal identity, goals, traits, and jobs Collectivism: People define themselves based on social
groups, relationships, families, and religions Do you think people in the United States focus more on Individualism or Collectivism? Writing Activity and Discussion What is more important to teach children? To share, and be part of the group, or to achieve themselves? What are good and bad things about each approach
First write down your answer (1 paragraph) and then we will discuss Check for Understanding Was the Twin Oaks community that we watched a video on more about Individualism or Collectivism? Write down three examples of characters in movies, TV shows, or books that are based around Individualism
What is the Self-Concept? How would this be impacted by Individualism and Collectivism? Acculturation Acculturation: The process of adapting to a new or different culture What examples can you think of people who have gone through Acculturation? Can you think of any examples of
Acculturation the media/movies? My Big Fat Greek Wedding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfYF3TAST5E How is the future husband experiencing Acculturation? Does Acculturation mean that you have to change? Why or why not? Who do you think generally has an easier time with the
process of acculturation? Parents or Children? Why? Dances with Wolves https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=uc8NMbrW7mI How do you know Kevin Costner is going through Acculturation? What Sociocultural factors impact this process of Acculturation?
How is Collectivism and Individualism part of Acculturation in this case? Million Dollar Arm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEtNIoPxcq8 How are the Indian boys going through Acculturation? What impact do you think Acculturation is having upon the boys? What factors might make it easier for someone to go
through Acculturation? Wrap Up Which sociocultural idea/ concept do you think you could connect the most to your life? Why do you think this? In-class time to complete Study
Guides Use this in-class time to complete Study Guides Warm Up Write down three questions that you think are going to be on the test
Dont answer your own questions Homework: Complete Study Guide Complete Study Guide by fully writing out all notes and relevant material for each term/word/concept on the Study Guide
Looking Ahead: TEST NEXT CLASS Personality, Emotion, and Motivation STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!! Learning Objectives Synthesize Personality Theories
and Theorists Enhance Review Skills Engage in Collaborative Learning Pair-Share Warm Ups Switch Warm Ups with a partner Have your partner answer your questions Switch back and see what questions
that you have for me Kahoot.IT THIS IS THE ONE TIME THAT YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO USE YOUR CELL PHONES
Login to Kahoot. It Enter your name Plug in the Pin Code that I will show you Winner= 10 points extra credit on quiz 2nd Place= 7 points extra credit 3rd place= 5 points extra credit Test Review Sheet
Complete the Review Sheet for the Test on Motivation, Emotion, and Personality Jeopardy
5 Categories I will elect a captain from each group to answer the question Each group has 45 seconds to answer the question If the group gets the question wrong or doesnt answer, the next group has 30 seconds to answer the question Your group will lose points if anyone curses, isnt paying attention, talking while another group is going, COMPLAINING!!!! If your group ends up in the negative, everyone loses three points
Charades You will be given a card with a term/concept that will be on the quiz You have to act out the word You cant speak and you cant draw If you guess the term/concept that another person is acting out, you can either go up or choose someone to act out the next word If you act out three words and the class gets them correct, you will get extra credit on the quiz
Warm Up Get ready to take Test Have Warm Ups ready for me to check (start at 2/17) Learning Objectives Synthesize Motivation, Emotion, and Personality
Enhance Test-taking Skills Transition into Psychological Testing Take Test Test on Motivation, Emotion, and Personality EYES ON OWN PAPER I will be checking Warm Ups while you are taking the test
Warm Up Write down three concepts/terms/theories/ideas that we have learned about in class which you can connect to Inside Out Learning Objectives
Engage in Visual Learning Enhance Reading Skills Transition into Finish Inside Out Complete the Question and Answer section for the movie
I will be collecting these sheets when the movie is over FIT TIME DO WORK
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