Psychoanalytic Approach Of Personality

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Personality Assessment, is a proficiency in professional psychology that involves the administration, scoring, and interpretation of empirically supported measures of personality traits and styles (Hooper, n.d.).
The Psychoanalytic Approach of Personality. The most famous theorists who was the father of. Psychoanalytic theory and psychotherapy. “Freud developed a system of psychotherapy called psychoanalysis” (Burger, 2015 pp.56). I do believe Frauds theory of the id, the ego, and the superego. Actions that gives individuals pleasure comes from the id. Personal pleasure is felt right away immediately. For example, a child sits down to watch television and his/her favorite television program comes on and they bring to clap. The sensation
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For each level of personality development there are two different was to go. Infancy is trust vs mistrust, toddler is autonomy vs shave and doubt, and early childhood is initiative vs Guilt (Burger, 2015). Also included is, elementary school age is industry vs inferiority, adolescence is identity vs role confusion, young adult is intimacy vs Isolation, adulthood is generativity vs stagnation and the last level, old age is ego integrity vs despair. I find these levels interest because I am finding myself in two levels. I am in Generativity Vs Stagnation. My life would not be as wonderful as it is without my children, grandchild, and great grandchild. I am also in the level of ego integrity versus despair. Knowing that I am going to die why day brings me despair. I am scared to …show more content…
“Researchers have identified two general categories of stress, problem-focused and emotional focused coping. comping strategies (Earnest, & Dwyer, 2010 pp. 888). Solving’s problem coping strategies utilize concoctive solving methods. I hope they are good because I do not cope with stress or change very good. Strategies that concentrate sonly on emotional coping methods are staying away from the problem, accepting the problem and your role of responsibility in that problem (Earnest, & Dwyer,

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