PSY 230 Week 2 Checkpoint

PSY 230 Week 2 Checkpoint - Axia College Material Appendix...

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Axia College Material Appendix B History Matrix Directions : Using the matrix, list at least five events or major concepts from each of the three periods in the history of modern personality psychology . 1930 - 1950 1950 - 1970 1970 - Present Example: * Learning from animal responses. Clark Hull’s biological-drive theory (1943) Edwin Tolman’s cognitively oriented “Purposive behaviorism.” (1948) Some cultures might produce distinctive character types or “modal personalities” ( Benedict, 1934). Karl Mannheim argued that different generations of people develop along different paths because of their different historical experiences. (1928/1952) Example: * Specialized psychology departments. Rotter’s social-learning theory (1954, 1972) John Locke, set forth the doctrine of the tabula rasa, or “blank slate.” (1960) The distinction between agency and communion (Bakan, 1966). Children are more likely to imitate models of their own sex (Bandura, Models that are perceived as powerful
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