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Table of Contents


 

 

Cover

Introduction and Authorship

 

 

Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Introduction to Personality Theory and Development

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Personality

 

 

Section 2: Major Theoretical Approaches

 

 

 

Chapter 2

Personality Research and Assessment

 

 

Section 1: Gaining Knowledge through Research

 

 

Section 2: Experimental Methods

 

 

Section 3: Types of Research

 

 

Section 4: Analyzing Research Results

 

 

Section 5: Introduction to Assessment

 

 

Section 6: Assessment Theories

 

 

Section 7: Analyzing Assessment Techniques

 

 

 

Chapter 3

Biological Components of Personality

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Biological Theory

 

 

Section 2: Hans Eysenck's Structure of Personality

 

 

Section 3: Temperament and Personality

 

 

Section 4: Biological Theory: Research and Trends 

 

 

 

Chapter 4

Psychoanalytic Theory

 

 

Section 1: Sigmund Freud's View of Personality

 

 

Section 2: Drives, Structural and Topographical Models

 

 

Section 3: Freud’s Stages of Psychosexual Development

 

 

Section 4: Freud's Ego Defense Mechanisms 

  

 

 

Chapter 5

Psychodynamic and Neo-Freudian Theories

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Neo-Freudian Theory

 

 

Section 2: Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology

 

 

Section 3: Carl Jung's Analytic Psychology

 

 

Section 4: Erik Erikson's Ego Psychology

 

 

Section 5: Karen Horney's Feminine Psychology

 

 

Section 6: Harry Stack Sullivan

 

 

Section 7: Erich Fromm

  

  

  

Chapter 6

Psychodynamic Assessment

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Psychodynamic Assessment

 

 

Section 2: Theory Behind Projective Tests

 

 

Section 3: Specific Projective Tests

 

 

 

Chapter 7

Trait Theory

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Trait Theory

 

 

Section 2: Gordon Allport, The Original Trait Theorist

 

 

Section 3: Henry Murray and the TAT

 

 

Section 4: Raymond Cattell and the 16PF

 

 

Section 5: Application of Trait Theory

 

 

 

Chapter 8

Learning Theory

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Learning Theory and Behavioral Psychology

 

 

Section 2: Classical and Operant Conditioning

 

 

Section 3: Reinforcement and Reinforcement Schedules

 

 

Section 4: Social Learning Theory

 

 

Section 5: Social-Cognitive Theory

 

 

 

Chapter 9

Behavioral Theory Applications and Research

 

 

Section 1: From Theory to Practical Application

 

 

Section 2: Behavior Modification

 

 

Section 3: Learned Helplessness

 

 

Section 4: Limits of Behavioral Theory

 

 

 

Chapter 10

Humanistic Theory

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Humanistic Theory

 

 

Section 2: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

 

 

Section 3: Carl Rogers and the Client-Centered Approach

 

 

Section 4: Research on Humanistic Theory

 

 

 

Chapter 11

Cognitive Theory

 

 

Section 1: Introduction to Cognitive Theory

 

 

Section 2: George Kelly and the Fundamental Postulate

 

 

Section 3: Albert Ellis and the A-B-C's

 

 

Section 4: Application of Cognitive Theory

 

 

 

Chapter 12

Disorders, Application, and Trends

 

 

Section 1: Changing Personality

 

 

Section 2: Personality Disorders

 

 

Section 3: Application of Theory to Practice

 

 

Section 4: Personality Trends

 

 

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