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Psychology Basics Flashcards - Summary
The flashcard sets in this chapter can assist you in your learning and memorization of key personality traits to know when studying psychology. Through repetition and visuals, these flashcards can boost your process of attaining and recalling this information. Some of the flashcard sets in this flashcard chapter center around personality traits.
How They Work
Using these flashcards can aid your memorization of terms and concepts related to core personality traits and their psychological basis.
- Open a flashcard set for the topic you're studying.
- Identify the image, word, or name on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Personality Traits List & Flashcards
These flashcards cover the Big Five personality model by defining each of the five characteristics that create a person's vibrant personality. Whether someone is worrisome or outgoing, this set explains the five traits, and includes examples of each.
Memory in Psychology Flashcards
This set of flashcards will help you review concepts pertaining to memory. In addition to basic information pertaining to the three stages of memory, you will review flashbulb memories and false memories.
Research Methods in Psychology Flashcards
This set of flashcards covers the basic strategies used to carry out psychological research, including the three main methods: descriptive research, correlational research and experimental research.
States of Consciousness in Psychology Flashcards
This set of flashcards provides a brief intro to the states of consciousness along with information pertaining to altered states of consciousness. These flashcards do not address every topic associated with consciousness or altered states of consciousness.
Cause & Effect Flashcards
How can we determine if something is part of a cause-effect relationship? This set of flashcards reviews three criteria that are necessary for establishing cause-effect relationships. It also contrasts those with the idea of basic correlation.
Schema Therapy Flashcards
In this set you will learn about Schema Therapy. A schema is how our minds learn to organize and respond to situations in our daily lives. Psychologist Jeffrey uses schema therapy to correct ineffective coping skills or schema.
Implicit Leadership Theory Flashcards
In this flashcard set, you will learn about implicit leadership theory. You will learn about three types of leadership: Authoritarian, Democratic, and Laissez-faire.
Theories of Personality Flashcards
What makes us who we are and what determines the way we act? These are some of the questions that psychologists have tried to answer through the theories of personality. This set explores the big names and big ideas in personality theory and will help you understand the role of personality theory in the field of psychology today.
This set of flashcards helps students to better understand urbanization by introducing key terms, real-world examples, the relationship between industrial development and urbanization, and problems arising from urban development.
Logical Thinking Flashcards
This flashcard set can be used as a guide to logical thinking. Help your self-awareness of how to think logically and gain an academic understanding of the process of logical thinking and the fallacies that get in logical thought's way.
At psychology's very start two contrasting views emerged. One was functionalism. Learn about functionalism, its founders, how it moved into other fields of study, and how it led to specific schools of psychology in this flashcard set.
Classical Conditioning Terms & Flashcards
How do we learn new things as we grow, rather than behave from instinct all the time? These flashcards present key terms, concepts, and researchers involved in classical conditioning, a part of the psychology of learning.
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