Neoanalytic Approach_Part1

Neoanalytic Approach_Part1 - Inferiority Complex Social...

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Neoanalytic Approach Introduction to the Neoanalytic Approach Background – Fundamental Changes from Freudian theory Importance of Sexuality Interpersonal Relationships Conscious Main Themes Ego Human Relationships (psychosocial theories) Weaknesses Falsifiability Incomplete Strengths Lessened hostility surrounding Freud Made theory more logical/coherent Led to Modern Empirical Support
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Alfred Adler (1870-1937) Background and Break with Freud Social Interest. Social Interest: innate desire to relate productively and positively with others Inferiority - Personal History Organ Inferiority Striving for Superiority Feelings of Inferiority –
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Unformatted text preview: Inferiority Complex Social interest Lifestyle Definition - is one's personality, the unity of the personality, the individual form of creative opinion about oneself, the problems of life and his whole attitude to life and others. Basic Lifestyles e dominating others e dependence on others e Avoidance e being useful to others Birth Order Personal History Positions e Firstborns e Second Born e Last Born Modern Theories / Support: Sulloway (1996) e Theory: Firstborns vs. Later-Borns e Sibling Rivalry shape history? Modern Theories / Support: Paulhus et al. (1999) e Studied siblings within same family -...
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