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Test Bank for Personality Theories (9th Edition) Barbara Engler

By: Barbara Engler
ISBN-10: 1285088808
/ ISBN-13: 9781285088808

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Table of content:

Ch 1: Introduction: Evaluating Personality Theories
Your Goals for This Chapter
What is Personality?
What is a Theory?
The Role of Personality Theory in Psychology
The Evaluation of Personality Theory
Philosophical Assumptions
Scientific Statements
The Art of Personality Theories
The Challenges of Evaluation
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 1: The Psychoanalytic Approach
Ch 2: Psychoanalysis
Your Goals for This Chapter
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
The Origins of Psychoanalysis
The Dynamics and Development of Personality
The Structure of Personality
The Ego’s Defense Mechanisms
Psychoanalysis
Empirical Validation of Psychoanalytic Concepts
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 2: The Neopsychoanalytic Approach
Ch 3: Analytical Psychology
Your Goals for This Chapter
Carl Jung (1875-1961)
The Nature and Structure of Personality
Self-Realization
Jungian Psychotherapy
Assessment and Research in Jung’s Theory
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 4: Interpsychic Theories
Your Goals for This Chapter
Alfred Adler (1870-1937)
Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949)
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 5: Psychoanalytic Social Psychology
Your Goals for This Chapter
Karen Horney (1885-1952)
Erich Fromm (1900-1980)
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 3: More Recent Trends in Psychoanalytic Theory
Ch 6: Ego Analytic Psychology
Your Goals for This Chapter
Anna Freud (1895-1982)
Erik Erikson (1902-1994)
Dan McAdams (1954- )
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 7: Human Relations
Your Goals for This Chapter
Object Relations Theory
Relational-Cultural Theory
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 4: Behavior and Learning Theories
Ch 8: Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Your Goals for This Chapter
The Experimental Analysis of Behavior
John Dollard (1900-1980) and Neal Miller (1909-2002)
B. F. Skinner (1904-1990)
Conclusions
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 9: Social Learning Theories
Your Goals for This Chapter
Albert Bandura (1925- )
Julian Rotter (1916- )
Walter Mischel (1930- )
Conclusions
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 5: Dispositional and Biological Basis of Personality
Ch 10: Traits and Personology
Your Goals for This Chapter
Gordon Allport (1897-1967)
Henry Murray (1893-1988)
Conclusions
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 11: Factor Analytic, Genetic and Evolutionary Theories
Your Goals for This Chapter
Raymond Cattell (1905-1998)
The Big Five Personality Traits
Implications for Diagnosis of Dysfunctional Behavior
Genetics and Evolutionary Developments
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 12: Biological Traits
Your Goals for This Chapter
Hans Eysenck (1916-1997)
Historical Predecessors
Constructing a Model of Personality
The Identification of Superfactors
Looking for Causal Agents of Behavior
Applications of Eysenck’s Theory
Psychotherapy
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 6: Humanistic and Existential Theories
Ch 13: Humanism
Your Goals for This Chapter
Abraham Maslow (1908-1970)
Carl Rogers (1902-1987)
Positive Psychology
Transpersonal Psychology
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 14: Existential Psychoanalysis
Your Goals for This Chapter
Rollo May (1909-1994)
The Existential Attitude
Our Predicament
Rediscovering Selfhood
The Goals of Integration
Psychotherapy
Assessment and Research in May’s Theory
Social Media
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 7: Cognitive Theories
Ch 15: Personal Constructs
Your Goals for This Chapter
George Kelly (1905-1967)
The Person as Scientist
Constructive Alternativism
Fundamental Postulate and Corollaries
The Reconstruction of Old Concepts
Assessment and Research in Kelly’s Theory
Psychotherapy
Summary
Personal Experiences
Ch 16: Cognitive-Behavioral Theories
Your Goals for This Chapter
Albert Ellis (1913-2007)
Aaron Beck (1921- )
Arnold Lazarus (1932- )
Mindfulness
Summary
Personal Experiences
Part 8: A Non-Western Approach
Ch 17: Zen Buddhism
Your Goals for This Chapter
The Introduction of Zen to the West
The Origins of Zen
The Teachings of the Buddha
Vasubandhu and the Eight Consciousnesses
Bodhidharma and the Transmission of Zen to China
The Practice of Zen
Five Approaches to Zen Practice
Enlightenment
Eastern Thought and Psychotherapy
Summary
Personal Experiences
Conclusion: Personality Theory in Perspective
Your Goals for This Chapter
Philosophical Issues
The Challenge of Contemporary Personality Theorizing
Summary
Glossary
References
Index


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