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Early 20th Century Psychology Types of Psychology Transpersonal Psychology East/West 21st Century Psychology Research
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Eastern
Does the theory or psychosynthesis come from eastern or western psychology?
100
Humanistic psychology
What is an approach to psychology that would focus on uniquely human concerns such as meaning, creativity, and personal growth?
100
Transpersonal
What is the study of how transcendent experiences can be used to foster a greater sense of well-being
100
Eastern Psychology
Western psychology adapted more ___ ideals in the beginning of the 21st century
100
Mindfulness Meditation
What is the practice of paying attention to the ongoing experience of life without interference, reactivity, or avoidance.
200
People’s innate capacity for compassion and self-knowledge
What is the benchmark of mental health according to Adler?
200
Self-transcendence
What is a necessary hallmark of optimal health which includes the overcoming of limits of the individual self and its desires in spiritual contemplation and realization?
200
Carl Jung, Roberto Assagioli, Stranislav Grof, and Ken Wilber
Name two transpersonal psychologists
200
Carl Jung
This psychologist developed the first complete personality theory from a western perspective including eastern perspectives for the first time.
200
Meditation, yoga, and group support
Studies have shown that these practices can help people manage chronic pain.
300
Compassion and Wisdom
What are two benchmarks of mental health in Buddhism?
300
Existential psychology
What assumes that normal adjustment to the everyday world is based on illusions that serve to protect a limited self-ideal.
300
Four
In Grof’s theory of the psychedelic experience can invoke how many levels of the unconscious?
300
Karen Horney
Who was the first woman to gain recognition in the psychoanalytic movement
300
Anxiety, depression, and substance abuse
Mindfulness meditation has been found useful in coping with what conditions?
400
Archetype
What is the name for a recurring symbol that can be found in many religions and cultures throughout history.
400
Greater openness to experience, existential living, more trust in one’s organism
What is one of the three characteristics of a fully functioning person?
400
10
In Wilber’s theory of personality development how many stages are there?
400
Meditation
What is the specific practice is told to help maintain inner peace.
400
Number of neurons can increase and lead to larger brain mass.
Studies of Tibetan monks showed that what permanent change can be made after thousands of hours of meditation.
500
Interest or feeling
Alfred Adler believed that people possessed an innate drive toward social ____.
500
Justice, truth, beauty, goodness, aliveness
What are two of the ideals that Maslow considers Being needs?
500
Experience of complete oneness with God, Brahman, Buddha nature, the Tao or ultimate reality.
What is the tenth stage of Wilber’s theory of personality development?
500
Mystical Experience
In Maslow’s book Religion, Values and Peak Experiences, he compares reality one feels as “godly” to what kind of experience?
500
The use of neurological imaging techniques to study religious experience.
Define neurotheology.






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