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Psy 332-01

by: Malika Jarrett

Psy 332-01 PSY-332-01

Malika Jarrett

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This is a study guide about the theorist Adler, Horney, Jung and Freud.
Psychology of Personality
Dr. Reno
Study Guide
Karen Horney, Carl Jung, Alfred Adler
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Malika Jarrett on Monday October 17, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSY-332-01 at Dean College taught by Dr. Reno in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Psychology of Personality in Psychology (PSYC) at Dean College.


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Date Created: 10/17/16
Thinking Critically About: Freud  Assumptions o The unconscious exist and it influences/drives behavior (unconscious --> behavior) o Early childhood experiences influence behavior o The unconscious can be discovered (talk therapy/psychoanalysis) o The ego is developed by the age of 6; The superego is in development o High in, deterministic, heredity, universality and pessimism  Research o Observing his patients (case studies; clinical) o Listening theory o Personal experiences o Dream analysis  Theorist Personal Story o Father was a strict authoritarian ("my way or the highway") o His mother was protective and loving o Negative views on sex  Key Concepts o Structure of personality  ID (born), ego, superego  Intrapsychic conflict o Levels of awareness (iceberg image) o Development of personality - STAGES… fixations (problems) o Psychic energy o Types of anxiety o Defense mechanisms Thinking Critically About: Jung  Assumptions o Heredity o Enviro influence  Research o Case study - clients o Visited cultures  Personal Stories  Key Concepts o Structure of personality - conscious, personal unconscious, collective unconscious o Personality develops in stages o Principle of opposites o Archetypes o Personal development - individuation, teleology, self, transcendence Thinking Critically About… HORNEY  Assumptions o Self-realization is the freedom we have o Uniqueness as in they have their own ideals o Samara is very optimistic in her relationships  Research o Clients (case studies) o Dream analysis o Personal experiences  Key Concepts o Children need safety o Basic anxiety, evil, hostility o Neurotic needs and trends o Self-realization v. idealized self o Externalization o Womb envy (feminist thinking)  Her Story… o 2 parents o Active dad (ship captain) that was an authoritarian o Close with mom but no affection form her dad o Went to medical school even though her parents didn't want her to  Method of Therapy o Psychoanalysis of the past and future o To move toward self-realization; face basic needs and make choices Thinking Critically About… ADLER  Assumptions  Research o Clients (case studies) o Same as Horney***  Key Concepts o Conscious influences behavior o Inferiority feelings --> inferiority complex o Striving for superiority v. superiority complex o Compensation o Social interest o Styles of life (4 types) o Fictional finalism  His Story…  Method of Therapy


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