Complete the I am sentences…
Simply say something different about
yourself each time
(one word answers are fine).
LO:
To distinguish between freewill and determinism
To identify and explain one of the key ideas of the humanist
theory of...
Approac
hes
Biological
Evolutionary
CognitiveBehaviourist
Psychodynamic
All of the psychological
approaches you have
looke...
Approac
hes
Biological
Evolutionary
CognitiveBehaviourist
Psychodynamic
Determinism Vs Freewill
They all attempt to explai...
Freewill VS Determinism
Other psychologists don’t believe we are
robots. We are not pre-programmed to
behave in a certain ...
Freewill Versus determinism
1. Define Freewill (page 135-136)
2.Explain the difference between psychological theories that...
> Your sporting ability
1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
Your intelligenc...
The core theory: Humanist theory of the self
– Maslow and Rogers.
Main ideas:
• Each of us has the power to decide our
act...
Look at your I am sentences from the beginning of the lesson.
These are examples of your self-concept – A person’s view of...
1. Self- concept
2. Self esteem
3. Unconditional
positive regard
4. Self-
actualisation
Humanist theory of the self – Masl...
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  1. 1. Complete the I am sentences… Simply say something different about yourself each time (one word answers are fine).
  2. 2. LO: To distinguish between freewill and determinism To identify and explain one of the key ideas of the humanist theory of the self. The Self: Key concepts and core theory
  3. 3. Approac hes Biological Evolutionary CognitiveBehaviourist Psychodynamic All of the psychological approaches you have looked at so far explain behaviour in a very different way. However there is one thing they all have in common. Any ideas what it is? (hint – Whose behaviour do they attempt to explain?)
  4. 4. Approac hes Biological Evolutionary CognitiveBehaviourist Psychodynamic Determinism Vs Freewill They all attempt to explain the behaviour of everyone – despite our individual differences. This means they are deterministic. That an individual will act in a certain way due external factors e.g. Genes. (cause + effect) Can you explain this using any of the topics we have studied? Sex + Gender Criminal behaviour Phobias, Sex and Gender, Memory, cognitive development, Perception Attachment, Phobias, Criminal Behaviour, Non-verbal
  5. 5. Freewill VS Determinism Other psychologists don’t believe we are robots. We are not pre-programmed to behave in a certain way. Instead some Psychologists called Humanists, believe we have freewill. Freewill is the ability to make our own decisions, uninfluenced by other factors.
  6. 6. Freewill Versus determinism 1. Define Freewill (page 135-136) 2.Explain the difference between psychological theories that are deterministic versus those that believe in Freewill. 3. Why would psychologists that believe in Freewill disagree with the Biological theory of criminal behaviour? Extension: Can you identify an example of behaviour and the theory used to explain it, that humanist psychologists would disagree with?
  7. 7. > Your sporting ability 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Your intelligence 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 How outgoing you are 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 How you behave around people you are attracted to 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 How aggressive you are 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Whether or not you go to classes 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 How much Freewill do you think you have over the following?
  8. 8. The core theory: Humanist theory of the self – Maslow and Rogers. Main ideas: • Each of us has the power to decide our actions (freewill) • The present is what we should focus on, not the past. • We are all motivated to become the best that we can be, to fulfil our potential.
  9. 9. Look at your I am sentences from the beginning of the lesson. These are examples of your self-concept – A person’s view of their actual self. It is the Self-concept that is at the root out Humanist theory. It is influenced by many things, and also has many consequences on who we are as unique individuals. You are going to work on these influences and consequences now. Humanist theory of the self – Maslow and Rogers.
  10. 10. 1. Self- concept 2. Self esteem 3. Unconditional positive regard 4. Self- actualisation Humanist theory of the self – Maslow and Rogers. In your pair first read the short paragraph(s) about your key idea. Secondly discuss what you understand about it and how you could explain: Concept and esteem • what it is, • what causes it, • what influences it, Unconditional positive regard + self actualisation • What it is • How it can be done • Why it should be done Only problem – you can’t use words. Speech bubbles are acceptable.

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