Theories of personality
A leading text for over 20 years, covering all major theories. Provides historical settings, gives a brief biography of the theorist, discusses features in depth, describes characteristic investigations generated by the theory, and ends with a critical evaluation of each theory. New chapters examine contemporary psychoanalytic theory, featuring the work of Erik Erikson, and Eastern personality theory, featuring the personality theory inherent in Buddhism.
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1J THE NATURE OF PERSONALITY THEORY
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Abhidhamma Adler Alfred Adler Allport analysis Angyal anxiety archetypes attitude B. F. Skinner Bandura become Binswanger Cattell child classical conditioning clinical complex components concepts conflict consists determinants Dollard Dollard and Miller dreams drive dynamic empirical energy environment Erikson example existence existential psychology experience experimental Eysenck fact factor analysis factors feelings formulations Freud Fromm function goal Goldstein human behavior important individual influence interest interpersonal investigation Jung learned helplessness learning Lewin measures ment mental method motives Murray neurotic object observed Oedipus complex organism organismic organismic theory patient personality theory physique position present principle psychiatric psychiatry psychoanalysis psychoanalytic theory Psychol psychotherapy region reinforcement represent response Rogers role Sheldon situation Skinner social somatotype sonality stimulus structure Sullivan superego task tension theoretical theorists theory of personality therapy tion traits uncon unconscious variables York