AP-Ch.-14 - a. Rotter’s Expectancy Theory b. Bandura...

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Chapter 14 Personality I. Personality a. History- Phrenology II. Psychodynamic Approach a. Freud’s Theory of Personality i. ii. Defense Mechanisms- List b. Freud’s Psychosexual Stages i. Oedipus Complex c. Variation’s of Freud’s Theory i. Alfred Adler ii. Carl Jung iii. iv. Karney Horney III. Trait Approach a. Allport’s Trait Theory b. Cattell’s Factor-Analytic Approach c. Eysenck’s Biological Trait Theory d. “Big 5” Model of Personality IV. Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
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Unformatted text preview: a. Rotter’s Expectancy Theory b. Bandura & Reciprocal Determinism i. Self-efficacy c. Mischel’s Person-situation Theory V. Phenomenological Approach a. Carl Roger’s Self-Theory b. Maslow’s Humanistic Psychology VI. Assessing Personality a. Objective Tests i. MMPI 1. reliability & validity b. Projective Tests i. TAT- Thematic Apperception Test ii. Rorshach Inkblot Test c. Personality Tests & Employee selection i. Tests as predictors of behavior...
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