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1 N EOANALYTIC A PPROACH Influential Neoanalytic Theorists and Modern Neoanalytic Research Areas ROADMAP ! Alfred Adler ! Carl Jung ! Karen Horney ! Attachment Theory ! Ego Psychology ALFRED ADLER (1870-1937) ! Background and Break with Freud ! Social Interest: ! innate desire to relate productively and positively with others
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2 ADLER ! Inferiority ! Personal History ! Organ Inferiority ! Feelings of Inferiority ADLER ! Striving for Superiority ADLER ! Lifestyle ! Definition ! Healthy Lifestyles and the Great Upward Drive
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3 ADLER ! Lifestyle, cont. ! Mistaken Lifestyles ! dominating others ! dependence on others ! avoidance ! being useful to others ADLER ! Birth Order ! Personal History ! Positions ! Firstborns ! Only Children ! Second Born ! Last Born ADLER ! Birth Order , cont. ! Modern Theories / Support: Sulloway (1996) ! Theory: Firstborns vs. Later-Borns ! Historical Examples ! Modern Theories / Support: Paulhus et al. (1999) ! Studied siblings within same family
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4 CARL JUNG (1875-1961) ! Background and Break with Freud ! Analytic Psychology ! Mystical and Spiritual Matters ! Principle of Opposites
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