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  • 1.Activity 3.2: Defense Mechanisms
    Defense mechanisms covered include regression, rationalization, repression, projection, fantasy, compensation, identification and reaction formation.
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  • 2.Discussion/Essay Questions
    Students can discuss Freud's theories, self-actualization of famous people and types of personality research.
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  • 3.Procedural Timeline for Personality
    A timeline for the lessons, including the psychosocial family tree, assessment and tests, research issues and function of personality theory, ethical principles and dilemmas in the practice of psychology and the psychoanalytic model.
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  • 4.Activity 4.1: Simulation for Teaching Personality Psychology: Verbal Conditioning, Need for Approval and Locus of Control
    Verbal conditioning can be influenced by factors such as the client's need for approval and whether the client possesses a stronger external or internal locus of control.
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  • 5.Personality: Day Three
    A lesson covering the psychoanalytic model of personality, defense mechanisms and psychosexual stages of development.
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  • 6.Personality: Day Five
    A lesson on dispositional-trait models, the humanistic model and the cognitive model.
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  • 7.Personality: Day Two
    A lesson covering assessment techniques, organization of tests, traits vs. situations, and ethical dilemmas.
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  • 8.Personality: A Five-Day Unit Plan
    A lesson plan covering assessment, the psychoanalytic model, Freud and the psychosocial family tree.
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  • 9.Personality: Day One
    The first day of the lesson plan includes the definition of psychology, unique individual traits such as thinking, feeling, behaving and experiencing the environment. Also focusing on tasking and activities of a personality psychologist.
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  • 10.Developing Responsible and Autonomous Learners: A Key to Motivating Students
    Research has shown that motivation is related to whether or not students have opportunities to be autonomous and to make important academic choices. Having choices allows children to feel that they have control or ownership over their own learning. This, in turn, helps them develop a sense of responsibility and self-motivation.
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