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Unformatted text preview: • Psychoanalytic therapy (goals, main concepts, etc) • Humanistic therapy (goals, how it works, etc) • Behavioral therapies (goals, how it works, different types) • Cognitive therapies (goals, how it works, different types) • Family therapy Chapter 11 • What is personality? • Id, ego, superego • Freud’s stages (incl. penis envy, electra/oediupus complex) o Fixation • Defense mechanisms • Jung’s theory (collective unconscious) • Neo-Freudian theories (Adler, Horney) • Humanistic theory (Rogers, unconditional positive regard, self-discrepancy theory) • Trait theory (factor analysis, Big Five) • Social Cognitive theory (what is it, what’s it say, reciprocal determinism) • Mischel’s situationalism • Projective tests (what are they, Rorschach, TAT) • Personality inventories/Self-report tests (what are they, MMPI)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2009 for the course PSYC 107 taught by Professor Hull during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.
- Spring '07