Theories of Personality by Duane P. Schultz – 9th ed.
The ninth edition of Theories of Personality retains its orientation toward undergraduate students who have had little previous exposure to personality theories. Authors purpose is to reach out to beginning students and ease their task of learning about the study of personality.
They have chosen theorists who represent psychoanalytic, neopsychoanalytic, life-span, trait, humanistic, cognitive, behavioral, and social-learning approaches, as well as clinical and experimental work. The concluding chapter reviews the seven major perspectives from which to view personality development and suggests ways to help students draw conclusions and achieve closure from their studies.
PART ONE The Psychoanalytic Approach
PART TWO The Neopsychoanalytic Approach
- Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung
- Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler
- Neurotic Needs and Trends of Karen Horney
- Personology of Henry Murray
PART THREE The Life-Span Approach
PART FOUR The Trait Approach: The Genetics of Personality
PART FIVE The Humanistic Approach
PART SIX The Cognitive Approach
PART SEVEN The Behavioral Approach
PART EIGHT The Social-Learning Approach
PART NINE Advances in Personality Theory
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