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9780807730881

Personality Theories: Journeys into Self : An Experiential Workbook

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  • ISBN13:

    9780807730881

  • ISBN10:

    0807730882

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1991-04-01
  • Publisher: Teachers College Pr

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The author has revised this popular experiential workbook by adding Carl Jung and Karen Horney to his cast of major personality theorists - Freud, Adler, Erikson, Bandura, Allport, Maslow and Rogers - who provide the context within which students explore aspects of their own private experience. In a focused and disciplined way, through carefully developed exercises, projects, and group activities, students are given the means to relate abstract theories and concepts to their own personality development and experience. The exercises have been devised to attract students' thoughtful attention. Many of them deal with private aspects of students' lives and are designed to be completed individually out of the classroom and reviewed by the instructor alone. There are also some classroom exercises that involve working with peers in small-group discussions. These latter activities draw upon those personal experiences that most students are enthusiastic about sharing.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition vii
Acknowledgments viii
Notes to the Student ix
Notes to the Instructor x
Unit One. Childhood Recollections and Experiences 1(7)
Family Photographs
1(2)
Drawing Your House Plan
3(3)
Sharing Memories: The Guided Tour
6(1)
Family Mealtime: Togetherness and Conflict
6(1)
Summary Exercise
7(1)
Unit Two. Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalytic Theory 8(13)
Dreamwork
9(3)
Anxiety
12(2)
Ego-Defense Mechanisms
14(2)
Free Association and Resistance
16(1)
Transference
17(3)
Summary Exercise
20(1)
Unit Three. Alfred Adler and Individual Psychology 21(16)
Early Recollections
22(3)
Inferiority Feelings
25(2)
Birth Order and Personality Development
27(1)
Fictional Final Goal
28(3)
Style of Life
31(2)
Social Interest
33(3)
Summary Exercise
36(1)
Unit Four. Carl Jung and Analytical Psychology 37(11)
The Collective Unconscious---The Archetypes
37(5)
The Structure of Consciousness---The Basic Attitudes of Extraversion and Introversion
42(2)
The Four Functions of Consciousness---Thinking, Feeling, Sensing, and Intuiting
44(2)
Summary Exercise
46(2)
Unit Five. Karen Horney and Psychoanalytical Social Theory 48(13)
Moving Toward Others, Moving Against Others, Moving Away From Others
49(2)
Preconditions for Decision Making
51(3)
The Tyranny of the Should
54(2)
Cultural Influences on Personality
56(1)
Masculine and Feminine Psychology
57(3)
Summary Exercise
60(1)
Unit Six. Erik Erikson and Psychosocial Theory 61(11)
The First Three Psychosocial Stages
61(1)
Psychosocial Stage Four: Industry versus Inferiority
62(2)
Psychosocial Stage Five: Adolescence---Ego Identity versus Role Confusion
64(3)
Psychosocial Stage Six: Young Adulthood---Intimacy versus Isolation
67(2)
Psychosocial Stage Seven: Middle Adulthood---Generativity versus Stagnation
69(1)
Psychosocial Stage Eight: Old Age---Integrity versus Despair
70(1)
Summary Exercise
71(1)
Unit Seven: Albert Bandura and Social Learning Theory 72(11)
Learning Through Observation and Modeling
72(3)
Self-Reinforcement
75(1)
Self-Management: Controlling Your Own Behavior
76(5)
Perceived Self-Efficacy
81(1)
Summary Exercise
82(1)
Unit Eight: Gordon Allport and Trait Theory 83(11)
Trait Theory
84(2)
Functional Autonomy of Motives
86(1)
Expressive Movement and Behavior
87(2)
Healthy Personality
89(4)
Summary Exercise
93(1)
Unit Nine: Abraham Maslow and Self-Actualization Theory 94(11)
Deficiency and Growth Motives
94(2)
Safety versus Growth
96(2)
Self-Actualization
98(3)
D-Love and B-Love
101(2)
Peak Experiences
103(1)
Summary Exercise
104(1)
Unit Ten: Carl Rogers and Self-Theory 105(16)
Congruence, Empathic Understanding, and Unconditional Positive Regard
105(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
106(3)
Conditions of Worth
109(4)
Trusting Your Own Experience
113(1)
Active Listening and Empathic Understanding
114(3)
Summary Exercise
117(4)
Appendix A. Maslow's D-Love and B-Love 121(1)
Appendix B. Rogers and Client-Centered Psychotherapy 122(1)
Appendix C. Rogers and Empathic Understanding 123(2)
References 125(1)
About the Author 126

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