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Freud
Psychoanalysis (UC)
Defense Mechanisms
Developmental Stages
Id, Ego, Superego
Free Association
Jung
Psychoanalysis (UC)
Levels of Psyche - Conscious Ego
Personal/Collective Unconscious
Psychological types (attitudes)
Personality multi-faceted
Adler
Individual Psychology (UC)
Inferiority/Superiority
Masculine/Feminine Protest
World View affects goals and priorites set in life
Horney
Psychosocial Psychology (UC)
Basic Evil->Basic Hostility->Basic Anxiety
Compulsive Drives (Neurotic Needs and Adjustments)
Intrapsychic conflicts (Idealized Self, Self hatred, Externalization)
Feminine Psychology (womb envy)
Allport
Trait Theory (C)
Common Traits/Individual Dispositions
“The dynamic organization within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determine his characteristic behavior and thought” =personality
Catell
Trait Theory (C,UC)
Factor Analysis
Surface/Source Traits
Erikson
Psychosocial
Developmental Stages
Crises
Skinner
Scientific Behaviorism
Operant Conditioning
Bandura and Mischel
Social Cognitive learning (C)
Observational Learning
Psychopathology
Delayed Gratification
Kelly
Personality Constructs (C)
Person as Scientist
CPC Cycle for Novel Situations
Creativity Cycle for New solutoins (when Previous templates don't work)
Maslow
Individual Psychology
Hierarchy of Needs (Physiological, Safety, Love & Belongingness, Esteem, Self-Actualized)
D-Motivation
B-motivation
Jonah Complex