The Humanistic Psychoanalytical Path

The Humanistic Psychoanalytical Path - THE HUMANISTIC...

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KAREN HORNEY One simply cannot be unrealistic about oneself and remain entirely realistic in other respects. 1950 (Neurosis and Human Growth) 1. Basic Needs - need for satisfaction - need for safety 2. Basic Hostility Basic Anxiety 3. Adjustments to Basic Anxiety a. Ten Neurotic Needs (1) Need for affection and approval (2) Need for someone to run one's life (3) Need to live within narrow limits (4) Need for power (5) Need to exploit others (6) Need for social recognition (7) Need for personal admiration (8) Need for ambition and personal achievement (9) Need for independence (10) Need for perfection “YOU BE THE PSYCHOLOGIST!” Nelson has a habit of falling in love with women who can solve his problems and guide him in his everyday life. Horney would say that he might be attracted to a woman who has a neurotic need A. For perfection. B. For affection and approval. C.
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course PSY psy706 taught by Professor Marylinehadad during the Winter '10 term at Ryerson.

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