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  • Personality ADAPTING TO THE WORLD
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  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES Explain different psychological perspectives on personality Explain different psychological perspectives on personality Point out criticisms & revisions Point out criticisms & revisions Describe shared principles Describe shared principles Describe the value of each perspective Describe the value of each perspective
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  • Organizing the Information Value Criticisms Features Beliefs People Describe Shared Principles Point out criticisms Describe Value Explain different perspectives
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  • Psychodynamic Perspective When inspiration does not come to me, I go halfway to meet it. SIGMUND FREUD
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  • Freuds Psychoanalytic Theory Underlying Beliefs Societal Influences
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  • Freuds Psychoanalytic Approach to Personality Theory based on unconscious [sexual] drives and hidden impulses rooted in childhood development
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  • Behaviors are a result of conflicts between levels of consciousness Freuds Psychoanalytic Approach to Personality
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  • Defense MechanismsDefense Mechanisms RepressionRepression DisplacementDisplacement RationalizationRationalization SublimationSublimation ProjectionProjection Reaction FormationReaction Formation DenialDenial RegressionRegression (Anna) Freuds Psychoanalytic Approach to Personality REDUCES ANXIETY WHY? You get your own little interpretation of reality Created all for you Deep in your subconscious
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  • The sexual life of adult women is a dark continent for psychology. SIGMUND FREUD Focus on sexFocus on sex Heavily influenced by beliefsHeavily influenced by beliefs Lack of evidenceLack of evidence Theories too universalTheories too universal Stress on childhoodStress on childhood Stress on unconsciousStress on unconscious Stress on neurosesStress on neuroses Omits socio culturalOmits socio cultural Omits healthy behaviorsOmits healthy behaviors Criticisms & Revisions of Freuds Psychodynamic Approach Karen Horney: feminist responseKaren Horney: feminist response Carl Jung: collective unconsciousCarl Jung: collective unconscious Alfred Adler: individual compensationAlfred Adler: individual compensation
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  • Organizing the Information Value Criticisms Features Beliefs People Describe Shared Principles Point out criticisms Describe Value Explain different perspectives
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  • Man's task is to become conscious of the contents that press upward from the unconscious. CARL JUNG Psychodynamic/ Analytical Theory
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  • Conscious and unconscious are both in the service of the individual, who uses them to further personal goals. ALFRED ADLER Psychodynamic/ Individual Psychology
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  • Organizing the Information Value Criticisms Features Beliefs People Describe Shared Principles Point out criticisms Describe Value Explain different perspectives
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  • The more we learn about mans natural tendencies, the easier it will be to tell him how to be good, how to be happy, how to be fruitful, how to respect himself, how to love, how to fulfill his highest potentialities Abraham Maslow Humanistic Perspective
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  • Maslows Humanistic Approach to Personality Critical Response Emphasis on Positive
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  • The only person who is educated is the one who has learned to learnand change. CARL ROGERS Humanistic Perspective
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  • Rogerss Humanistic Approach to Personality Innate Ingredients Happiness/Unhappiness
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  • Organizing the Information Value Criticisms Features Beliefs People Describe Shared Principles Point out criticisms Describe Value Explain different perspectives
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  • Trait Perspectives
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  • O.C.E.A.N. Trait Perspectives
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  • Organizing the Information Value Criticisms Features Beliefs People Describe Shared Principles Point out criticisms Describe Value Explain different perspectives
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  • Life Story Perspective Finding out more about the individual through their stories, their interpretations Example:
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  • Partners Try to find someone in the class for each item. Get that person to initial it. Turn it in with your names. Turn in your notes.

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