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Unformatted text preview: message by purchasing novaPDF printer (http://www.novapdf.com) Psychodynamic Perspective (the forces within, 1900s) 1900s (the Freud’s psychodynamic theory Searches for the causes of behavior within the inner workings of our our personality (traits, emotions & motives) by unconscious processes (traits, Use of hypnosis & free association psychoanalysis (the Use psychoanalysis (the analysis of internal & primarily unconscious Ψcal forces that leads to cal the development of defense mechanisms e.g. repression) defense - Modern psychodynamic theory Role of hidden sexual & aggressive motives is downplayed Object relations theory focuses on how early experiences with Object caregivers shape views of self & others caregivers - M. Bassil PSYC 202 The Behavioral Perspective The (The Power of the Environment, 1800-1900s) 1800 Behaviorism - Rooted in Empiricism: Locke (mind is a tabula rasa), Pavlov Rooted Locke (mind rasa), Pavlov (classical conditioning), & Thorndike (law of effect & learning) (classical Thorndike Watson opposed mentalism & stressed observable behavior & opposed basic principles of learning as proper subject matter of Ψ Skinner acknowledged the existence of inner thoughts, but that acknowledged man is passive the environment causes behavior (radical man behaviorism) Dominated Ψ f or sometime, led to effective treatments for many Dominated for disorders, & set the basis for laws of learning disorders, - - Cognitive Behavio...
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