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Theories Of Personality with Infotrac

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7/20/2004
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Summary

1. The Study of Personality: Assessment, Research, and Theory. 2. Sigmund Freud. 3. Carl Jung. 4. Alfred Adler. 5. Karen Horney. 6. Erich Fromm. 7. Henry Murray. 8. Erik Erikson. 9. Gordon Allport. 10. Raymond Cattell, Hans Eysenck, and Other Trait Theorists. 11. Abraham Maslow. 12. Carl Rogers. 13. George Kelly. 14. B.F. Skinner. 15. Albert Bandura. 16. Other Directions: A Focus on a Limited Domain. 17. Personality in Perspective.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
PART ONE Introduction
1(42)
The Study of Personality: Assessment, Research, and Theory
3(40)
The Study of Personality
4(2)
The Place of Personality in the History of Psychology
6(3)
Definitions of Personality
9(2)
Ethnic and Gender Issues in Personality
11(3)
Assessment in the Study of Personality
14(13)
Research in the Study of Personality
27(6)
Theory in the Study of Personality
33(2)
Questions About Human Nature
35(4)
Chapter Summary
39(2)
Review Questions
41(1)
Suggested Readings
41(2)
PART TWO The Psychoanalytic Approach
43(50)
Sigmund Freud
45(48)
The Life of Freud (1856--1939)
46(6)
Instincts: The Propelling Forces of the Personality
52(1)
The Levels of Personality
53(1)
The Structure of Personality: Id, Ego, and Superego
54(3)
Anxiety: A Threat to the Ego
57(1)
Defense Mechanisms Against Anxiety
58(3)
Psychosexual Stages of Personality Development
61(7)
Questions About Human Nature
68(1)
Assessment in Freud's Theory: Free Association and Dream Analysis
69(2)
Research in Freud's Theory
71(12)
Extensions of Freudian Theory: Ego Psychology and Object Relations Theories
83(4)
Reflections on Freud's Theory
87(2)
Chapter Summary
89(1)
Review Questions
90(1)
Suggested Readings
91(2)
PART THREE The Neopsychoanalytic Approach
93(124)
Carl Jung
95(29)
The Life of Jung (1875--1961)
96(3)
Psychic Energy: Opposites, Equivalence, and Entropy
99(2)
The Systems of Personality
101(7)
The Development of the Personality
108(3)
Questions About Human Nature
111(1)
Assessment in Jung's Theory: Word Association, Symptom Analysis, and Dream Analysis
112(3)
Research in Jung's Theory
115(4)
Reflections on Jung's Theory
119(1)
Chapter Summary
120(2)
Review Questions
122(1)
Suggested Readings
122(2)
Alfred Adler
124(27)
The Life of Adler (1870--1937)
125(2)
Inferiority Feelings: The Source of Human Striving
127(2)
Striving for Superiority, or Perfection
129(2)
The Style of Life
131(2)
Social Interest
133(1)
Birth Order
134(3)
Questions About Human Nature
137(1)
Assessment in Adler's Theory: Early Recollections, Dream Analysis, and Measures of Social Interest
138(3)
Research in Adler's Theory
141(5)
Reflections on Adler's Theory
146(2)
Chapter Summary
148(1)
Review Questions
149(1)
Suggested Readings
150(1)
Karen Horney
151(23)
The Life of Horney (1885--1952)
152(3)
The Childhood Need for Safety
155(2)
Basic Anxiety: The Foundation of Neurosis
157(1)
Neurotic Needs and Trends
158(4)
The Idealized Self-Image
162(1)
Feminine Psychology: The Mommy Track or the Career Path?
163(4)
Questions About Human Nature
167(1)
Assessment in Horney's Theory
167(1)
Research in Horney's Theory
168(2)
Reflections on Horney's Theory
170(1)
Chapter Summary
171(1)
Review Questions
172(1)
Suggested Readings
173(1)
Erich Fromm
174(20)
The Life of Fromm (1900--1980)
175(2)
Freedom or Security: The Basic Human Dilemma
177(3)
Personality Development in Childhood
180(1)
The Basic Psychological Needs
181(2)
The Productive and Nonproductive Character Types
183(4)
Questions About Human Nature
187(1)
Assessment in Fromm's Theory
188(1)
Research in Fromm's Theory: Studies of Social Character
189(1)
Reflections on Fromm's Theory
190(1)
Chapter Summary
191(1)
Review Questions
192(1)
Suggested Readings
193(1)
Henry Murray
194(23)
The Life of Murray (1893--1988)
195(3)
Principles of Personology
198(1)
The Divisions of Personality: Id, Superego, and Ego
199(1)
Needs: The Motivators of Behavior
200(3)
Personality Development in Childhood
203(1)
Questions About Human Nature
204(1)
Assessment in Murray's Theory: The OSS Program and the Thematic Apperception Test
205(3)
Research in Murray's Theory
208(5)
Chapter Summary
213(1)
Review Questions
214(1)
Suggested Readings
215(2)
PART FOUR The Life-Span Approach
217(32)
Erik Erikson
219(30)
The Life of Erikson (1902--1994)
220(3)
Psychosocial Stages of Personality Development
223(7)
Basic Weaknesses
230(1)
Questions About Human Nature
231(1)
Assessment in Erikson's Theory: Psychohistorical Analysis and Psychological Tests
232(1)
Research in Erikson's Theory
233(12)
Reflections on Erikson's Theory
245(1)
Chapter Summary
246(1)
Review Questions
247(1)
Suggested Readings
248(1)
PART FIVE The Trait Approach: The Genetics of Personality
249(56)
Gordon Allport
251(22)
The Life of Allport (1897--1967)
252(3)
The Nature of Personality
255(1)
Personality Traits
256(2)
Motivation: The Functional Autonomy of Motives
258(2)
Personality Development in Childhood: The Unique Self
260(2)
The Healthy Adult Personality
262(2)
Questions About Human Nature
264(1)
Assessment in Allport's Theory: The Personal-Document Technique and the Study of Values
265(1)
Research in Allport's Theory: Expressive Behavior
266(3)
Reflections on Allport's Theory
269(1)
Chapter Summary
270(1)
Review Questions
271(1)
Suggested Readings
271(2)
Raymond Cattell, Hans Eysenck, and Other Trait Theorists
273(32)
The Life of Cattell (1905--1998)
274(2)
Cattell's Approach to Personality Traits
276(2)
Source Traits: The Basic Factors of Personality
278(1)
Dynamic Traits: The Motivating Forces
278(3)
The Influences of Heredity and Environment
281(1)
Stages of Personality Development
281(2)
Questions About Human Nature
283(1)
Assessment in Cattell's Theory
284(2)
Research in Cattell's Theory
286(1)
Reflections on Cattell's Theory
287(1)
Behavioral Genetics
288(1)
Hans Eysenck (1916--1997)
288(1)
The Dimensions of Personality: Extraversion, Neuroticism, and Psychoticism
289(3)
Robert McCrae and Paul Costa: The Five-Factor Model
292(6)
Arnold Buss and Robert Plomin: The Temperament Theory
298(4)
Reflections on the Trait Approach
302(1)
Chapter Summary
302(1)
Review Questions
303(1)
Suggested Readings
304(1)
PART SIX The Humanistic Approach
305(48)
Abraham Maslow
307(25)
The Life of Maslow (1908--1970)
308(3)
Personality Development: The Hierarchy of Needs
311(5)
The Study of Self-Actualizers
316(6)
Questions About Human Nature
322(1)
Assessment in Maslow's Theory
323(2)
Research in Maslow's Theory
325(2)
Self-Determination Theory
327(1)
Reflections on Maslow's Theory
328(1)
Chapter Summary
329(1)
Review Questions
330(1)
Suggested Readings
330(2)
Carl Rogers
332(21)
The Life of Rogers (1902--1987)
333(3)
The Self and the Tendency Toward Actualization
336(1)
The Experiential World
337(1)
The Development of the Self in Childhood
338(3)
Characteristics of Fully Functioning Persons
341(1)
Questions About Human Nature
342(2)
Assessment in Rogers's Theory: Person-Centered Therapy, Encounter Groups, and Psychological Tests
344(2)
Research in Rogers's Theory
346(3)
Reflections on Rogers's Theory
349(1)
Chapter Summary
350(1)
Review Questions
351(1)
Suggested Readings
351(2)
PART SEVEN The Cognitive Approach
353(24)
George Kelly
355(22)
The Cognitive Movement in Psychology
356(1)
The Life of Kelly (1905--1967)
357(2)
Personal Construct Theory
359(1)
Ways of Anticipating Life Events
360(6)
Questions About Human Nature
366(1)
Assessment in Kelly's Theory
367(5)
Research in Kelly's Theory
372(2)
Reflections on Kelly's Theory
374(1)
Chapter Summary
375(1)
Review Questions
375(1)
Suggested Readings
376(1)
PART EIGHT The Behavioral Approach
377(26)
B. F. Skinner
379(24)
Rats, Pigeons, and an Empty Organism
380(1)
The Life of Skinner (1904--1990)
381(2)
Reinforcement: The Basis of Behavior
383(2)
Operant Conditioning and the Skinner Box
385(1)
Schedules of Reinforcement
386(2)
Successive Approximation: The Shaping of Behavior
388(2)
Superstitious Behavior
390(1)
The Self-Control of Behavior
390(1)
Applications of Operant Conditioning
391(2)
Questions About Human Nature
393(2)
Assessment in Skinner's Theory
395(1)
Research in Skinner's Theory
396(1)
Reflections on Skinner's Theory
397(2)
Chapter Summary
399(1)
Review Questions
400(1)
Suggested Readings
401(2)
PART NINE The Social-Learning Approach
403(30)
Albert Bandura
405(28)
The Life of Bandura (1925-- )
406(1)
Modeling: The Basis of Observational Learning
407(4)
The Processes of Observational Learning
411(3)
Self-Reinforcement and Self-Efficacy
414(3)
Developmental Stages of Modeling and Self-Efficacy
417(2)
Behavior Modification
419(3)
Questions About Human Nature
422(2)
Assessment in Bandura's Theory
424(1)
Research in Bandura's Theory
424(5)
Reflections on Bandura's Theory
429(1)
Chapter Summary
430(1)
Review Questions
431(1)
Suggested Readings
432(1)
PART TEN Advances in Personality Theory
433(44)
Other Directions: A Focus on a Limited Domain
435(31)
Julian Rotter: Locus of Control
436(4)
Marvin Zuckerman: Sensation Seeking
440(6)
Martin E. P. Seligman: Learned Helplessness
446(11)
Martin E. P. Seligman: Positive Psychology
457(4)
Comment
461(1)
Chapter Summary
462(1)
Review Questions
463(1)
Suggested Readings
464(2)
Personality in Perspective
466(11)
The Genetic Factor
467(1)
The Environmental Factor
468(1)
The Learning Factor
469(1)
The Parental Factor
470(2)
The Developmental Factor
472(2)
The Consciousness Factor
474(1)
The Unconscious Factor
475(1)
Review Questions
476(1)
Glossary 477(8)
References 485(35)
Credits 520(1)
Author Index 521(8)
Subject Index 529


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