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These notes cover Adler's basic background and his professional beliefs.
Jamie Magee
Social Work, SW 203, Jamie Magee
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Date Created: 01/20/16
Alfred Adler Broke from Freud because of the psychosexual stages… Developed "individual psychology" Indiv psychology focused on uniqueness of each person instead of universal conflicts that we all experienced {in contrast to Freud} --> incorporates social interaction Adler believed experiences are unique and affect development of personality, but personality also consists of the reactions we have to them. Coined the term "inferiority complex" --describes being overcome by feeling of lack of worth . --> associated with se-lesteem, but mostly relates to perception of self Adler focused on parenting styles and their impact on development of child's personality He also studiedf amily constellation and its affect on personality development --> number of members, age of members, and the sex of siblings Believed social interaction was a key factor in psychological health. To be consideredh ealthy, a person must complete 3 tasks of work, love, and social interaction He worked in schools with "problem children" who had behavioral issues with peers and teachers


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