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Personality Theories Development, Growth, and Diversity

ISBN-10: 0205439128
ISBN-13: 9780205439126
Edition: 5th 2005 (Revised)
Authors: Bem P. Allen
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Book details

List price: $196.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 5/13/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 576
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.596
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
Preliminary Definition of Personality
Methods of Studying Personality
Personality Tests: Personologists' Tools
Testing and Theorizing about Personality in a World of Human Diversity
A Final Word about "Science"
Chapter Sections
Occasional Sections
Conclusions Section
E-mail Interaction Section
Summary Points
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
The Psychoanalytic Legacy: Sigmund Freud
Freud, the Person
Freud's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Freud
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Personality's Ancestral Foundation: Carl Jung
Jung, the Person
Jung's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Jung
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Overcoming Inferiority and Striving for Superiority: Alfred Adler
Adler, the Person
Adler's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Adler
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Moving toward, away from, and against Others: Karen Horney
Horney, the Person
Horney's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Horney
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Personality from the Interpersonal Perspective: Harry Stack Sullivan
Sullivan, the Person
Sullivan's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Sullivan
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
The Seasons of Our Lives: Erik Erikson
Erikson, the Person
Erikson's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Erikson
Theoretical and Empirical Support for Erikson's Point of View
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
The Sociopsychological Approach to Personality: Erich Fromm
Fromm, the Person
Fromm's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Fromm
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Every Person Is to Be Prized: Carl Rogers
Rogers, the Person
Rogers's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Rogers
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Becoming All that One Can Be: Abraham Maslow
Maslow, the Person
Maslow's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Maslow
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Marching to a Different Drummer: George Kelly
Kelly, the Person
Kelly's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Kelly
Personality Development
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
The Social-Cognitive Approach to Personality: Walter Mischel and Julian Rotter
Mischel: A Challenge to Traits
Mischel, the Person
Mischel's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Mischel
Evaluation
Conclusions
Rotter: Internal versus External Control of Our Behavior
Rotter, the Person
Rotter's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Rotter
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Thinking Ahead and Learning Mastery of One's Circumstances: Albert Bandura
Bandura, the Person
Bandura's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Bandura
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
It's All a Matter of Consequences: B. F. Skinner
Skinner, the Person
Skinner's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Skinner
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Human Needs and Environmental Press: Henry A. Murray
Murray, the Person
Murray's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Murray
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
The Trait Approach to Personality: Raymond Cattell and Hans Eysenck
Cattell, the Person
Cattell's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Cattell
Evaluation
Conclusions
Eysenck: 16 = 3--Conceiving of Personality in Three Dimensions
Eysenck, the Person
Eysenck's View of the Person
Basic Concepts and Contributions: Eysenck
Eysenck's Last Word
Limitations
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Personality Development and Prejudice: Gordon Allport
Allport, the Person
Allport's View of the Person
Basic Concepts: Allport
Personality Development
Personality and Prejudice
Evaluation
Conclusions
Summary Points
Running Comparison
Essay/Critical Thinking Questions
E-mail Interaction
Where Is Personality Going?
Glossary
References
Names Index
Subject Index

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