Personality Theories Workbook / Edition 5

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Overview

The case studies in PERSONALITY THEORIES WORKBOOK, Sixth Edition, help you learn and apply personality theories to real-life examples of typical—rather than solely abnormal—behavior. The wide range of case studies is accompanied by application questions that guide you through an analysis of each case, prompting you to consider how a particular theorist would view it. Theory comparison questions ensure that you understand the differences between each theory. Succinct, affordable, and accessible, PERSONALITY THEORIES WORKBOOK offers an excellent assortment of cases that help you really understand personality theories and concepts as well as how they apply in real life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781111524913
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/10/2011
  • Series: PSY 235 Theories of Personality Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 458,028
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Donna Ashcraft is Professor of Psychology at Clarion University of Pennsylvania where she is active in CORAL (Collaborative Online Research and Learning), a task force dedicated to developing social constructivist pedagogy for the use of technology in the classroom. She received her BA in Psychology from State University of New York College at Buffalo and her MA and PhD in Social/Personality Psychology from State University of New York at Albany.

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Table of Contents

Section 1: LEARNING AND APPLYING THE THEORIES. (Note: Cases for each theorist are accompanied by Application Questions, Theory Comparison Questions, and Helpful Hints.) Sigmund Freud: Contributions. Case Studies 1-2. Carl Jung: Contributions. Case Studies 3-4. Erik Erikson: Contributions. Case Studies 5-6. Alfred Alder: Contributions. Case Studies 7-8. Karen Horney: Contributions. Case Studies 9-10. Erich Fromm: Contributions. Case Studies 11-12. Harry Stack Sullivan: Contributions. Case Studies 13-14. John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth: Contributions. Case Studies 15-16. Abraham Maslow: Contributions. Case Studies 17-18. Carl Rogers: Contributions. Case Studies 19-20. Rollo May: Contributions. Case Studies 21-22. George Kelly: Contributions. Case Studies 23-24. Burrhus Frederic Skinner: Contributions. Case Studies 25-26. Albert Bandura: Contributions. Case Studies 27-28. Julian Rotter: Contributions. Case Studies 29-30. Gordon Allport: Contributions. Case Studies 31-32. Raymond Cattell: Contributions. Case Studies 33-34. Robert McCrae and Paul Costa: Contributions. Case Studies 35-36. Evolutionary Psychology: Contributions. Case Studies 37-38. Section 2: LEARNING AND APPLYING LIMITED DOMAIN THEORIES. (Each case is accompanied by Application Questions and Theory Comparison Questions.) Martin Seligman—Learned Helplessness and Learned Optimism: Case Studies 39-40. Meyer Friedman and Ray Roseman—The Coronary Prone Personality (Type A and Type B Behavior): Case Studies 41-42. Social Anxiety: Case Studies 43-44. Section 3: ADDITIONAL THEORY COMPARISON: MULTIPLE EXPLANATIONS FOR THE SAME BEHAVIOR. (Each case is accompanied by Application Questions.) Theory Comparison. The Structure of Personality. Stages of Development. Personality Types and Traits. Adjustment. Defense Mechanisms. Needs. The Self. Actualization. Case Studies 45-49.

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