The Personality Development Research On Ordinal And Psychological Positioning

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Using the personality development research on ordinal and psychological positioning of Sigmund Freud, Alfred Alder, along with Michael Manini, I’ve analyzed the concept that the order of birth has a noticeable impact on the development of personality and characteristics. Based on the in-depth evaluation of the information presented, I was able to come to the conclusion that coupled with other known factors, psychological positioning, versus chronological birth order have demonstrated notable characteristics and behaviors that appear consistent with the theories.

In psychology, one of the most complex and highly debated topics in history of the study is the question of what aids in the development of the human personality. It all started with the well-known debate of nature vs nurture, where it is believed that an individual’s behavior can be attributed to either genetic predisposition or learned behaviors and experience within the environment throughout the course of one’s lifetime.
Despite centuries of research, significant contributions on the matter, and empirical evidence supporting both arguments, neither party has yet to successfully refute the other, and therefore has yet to prove that one or the other can singlehandedly be attributed. In further researching the history of personality development, specifically, the evolution of Freudian and Adlerian theories on the development of human personality, the information was endless.
One concept that stood…

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