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Freud (1900)

Psychoanalytic approach. Personality arises as conflict resolution between id, ego, and superego

Conflict resolution

Rogers (1980s)

Humanistic approach. Phenomelogical; each individual perceives the world in a unique way. Focus on congruence between self and ideal self

Phenomelogical

Eysenck (1940s)

Personality theory; Introversion/Extroversion, Neuroticism/Stability.

IENS

Bouchard (1990)

MZ twins raised apart as similar as MZ twins raised together regarding personality

MZ twins

Skinner (1948)

Behaviorist approach. Direct learning, and indirect learning. Can be shaped and controlled by society

Direct/Indirect

Bandura (1961)

Social Learning Theory. Bobo dolls. Explore a person's capacity to use concious reasoning

SLT

Caspi (2001)

Personality does not become fixed at any point

Evolving