1. What evidence that Pepper had feelings of inferiority?
It seems that Pepper is trying very hard to be the opposite of what he grew up
with. Pepper lived in a humble household, with parents that didnt finish high
school and as a child, had to go hungry.
1. Explain Jessicas lack of relationships by using Mays three mods of existence and his concept of
The lack of relationships in Jessicas life is due to the way she was treated by her parents.
Jessicas mother would answer questions in ways that
1. Does Lee Ann possess a cardinal disposition? If so, what is it?
I think that Lee Anns cardinal disposition is to raise children of her own. The only
reason why she went to college and majored in Early Childhood Education is
because she thought it would
1. Which of Horney s neurotic trends or basic adjustments is Meghna demonstrating? Explain.
The neurotic trend that Meghna is demonstrating is the movement toward other people. She
constantly feels as if she needs someone and she rar
April 24, 2016
Out of my two options, I decided to watch Momento. In this movie,
Leonard, the main character, suffers from anterograde amnesia; which
means that Leonard cannot make new memories. I
1. Using the Object Relations theory, explain Megs level of personality development, including the
stage she resides (autistic-symbiotic-individual-separation-rapprochement crisis).
I think Meg might reside in the rapprochement crisi
Case Study Assignment: Rogers and Humanism
Katharine is scheduled to attend her 20th high school reunion next month and is looking forward to it.
She had missed her 10th high school reunion purposefully because she had felt like such a failure. She
Using Carl Jung's theory:
1. Explain Charlie s attitude (Is he introvert or extrovert?).
Charlie would be found to be an extrovert. He enjoys interacting with people and
he likes to be in large crowds of people, which makes him feel
Case Study Assignment: Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalysis
Joker is on a date imagining the rest of the evening. The restaurant they are eating at is one of
those little Italian places with red-and-white checkered tablecloths and lighted candles. A violin
Case Study Assignment: Erikson and Ego Psychology
Heather is a happy 8-year-old who is just finishing the third grade. Like all parents, Heather s were
worried about how she would react and be reacted to in school. They were especially concerned
1. How did Cassies beliefs about herself, and her class experiences work together to influence her
experience of the first year of college? (i.e. classes she chose, experiences in those classes, grades, etc.).
Cassie had done really well in high school, b
Using Rogerss person-centered theory and Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs, explain Katharine s behavior by
answering the following questions.
1. How did Katharine s self-concept differ from her ideal self before her experience with her
support group? What does
Use Freud's states of consciousness and stage of psychosexual development to help
explain Joker's behavior by answering the following questions.
1. How would the Freudian perspective explain Joker's relationship with women?
Jokers behavior is caused by th
Case Study Assignment: Jung and Analytic Psychology
Charlie is a 56 year old, Irish-American male who is a fortuneteller and mystic. He reads tarot cards and
lays hands on his clients. Like a psychic, he claims to sense what will happen to his clients. He
Case Study Assignment: Object Relations
Meg is an attractive young woman but seems to be unable to maintain a stable sense of self-worth and
self-esteem. Her confidence in her ability to "hold on to men" is at low ebb, having just parted ways with
1. Would Erikson suggest that Heather s behavior is internally or externally motived
and what system of personality (Id-Ego-Superego) is most involved?
Erikson would suggest that Heathers behavior is externally motived by her Ego.
My view of human nature is Neither. I believe that human behavior is influenced
by outside forces such as genetics and/or the environment and that their behavior is
ultimately decided upon how they grew up and how they were treated. I do think that
Case Study Assignment: Horney and Psychodynamic Theory
Meghna is 35 and still single while her friends are happily married. She views herself as loving, kind,
unselfish, and stable. She is sensitive to the needs of others, more so than compared to her fri
Case Study Assignment: Allport, Murray and Trait Theory
Lee Ann is a 21 year old college student at a large Midwestern college. She is a junior who is majoring in
early childhood education. Lee Ann is engaged to Carl, who is also a junior at the same coll