PSYCHOLOGY 100 test answers

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100 exam answers IN PSYCHOLOGY

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1. The emergence of psychology as a science

2. Branches of Psychology

3. Objectives and place of psychology in the sciences

4. The main historical stages of the development of psychological science

5. Basic functions of the psyche. Features of mental reflection

6. The main stages of development of the mind

7. The structure of the human psyche

8. Mind and structural features of the brain

9. Activities

10. The functions of speech

11. Kinds of speech activity and their features

12. The methods of psychology

13. The concept of feeling and its physiological basis

14. The main characteristics of the analyzers

15. Types of sensations

16. The concept of perception

17. The basic properties of perception

18. Violation of perception

19. A general characteristic of attention

20. Properties of attention

21. General concepts of memory

22. Types of Memory

23. Forgetting

24. The development of thinking in personogenesis

25. Types of thinking

26. The thought process

27. Transactions mental activity

28. The quality of thinking and the structure of intelligence

29. Assessment of intelligence

30. The method of activation of thought

31. Disorders of thought

32. General characteristics of imagination

33. Types of imagination

34. Thought experiment

35. Consciousness as the highest stage of development of the mind

36. The interaction of consciousness and subconsciousness

37. The person´s mental state

38. The states of consciousness. The role of sleep

39. Types of emotional processes and states

40. Theories of emotions

41. The physiological mechanisms of stress

42. Stress and Frustration

43. Will the characteristic of consciousness

44. Structure of volitional action

45. Motivation

56. Structure of personality according to Freud

57. Freud´s theory of sexual development

58. Protective devices (according to Freud)

59. Behaviorism

60. Behavioral concept B.Skinnera

61. Details of Conduct McGwire

62. Cognitive theories of personality

63. Maslow´s Hierarchy of Needs

64. The self-actualization

65. Transpersonal Psychology. The views of Carl Jung

66. Transpersonal approach to man Stanislav Grof

67. Genetic Approach Champion Teutsch

68. Psychological structure of personality

69. Abilities

70. The concept of temperament and its physiological bases

71. The types of temperaments and their psychological characteristics

72. Consideration of temperament in activity

73. Constitutional and clinical typology

74. Clinical personality typology

75. Character

76. The character accentuation

77. Neurosis. Types of neuroses

78. Auditory training

79. Psihosotsiotipy

80. Sensor Type

81. Psihogeometrycheskaya typology

82. The complex of inferiority and lifestyle (for Adler)

83. Psychological growth (in Adler)

84. The types of people and the "locus of control"

85. life scenarios in the fate of man

86. Adaptability rights and fundamental personality typology

87. The characteristic muscular armor as a factor in the development of the individual obstacles (for Reich)

88. Functions and structure of communication

89. Communicative competence. Strategy, tactics, types of communication

90. Forms of communication

91. Transactional Analysis Communication

92. Verbal and nonverbal means of communication

93. Communication as people´s perceptions of each other

94. The methods of psychological influence

95. Groups and collectives

96. Methods of psychological study of interpersonal relationships. Sociometry

97. Leadership

98. Management Styles

99. Effective

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