Theories of Personality
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Moral Theological = Pastoral Counseling, also known as:
Neothetic & Biblical Counseling
Medical/ Biological = Biological Psychiatry was who?
Characteristics of Greek/ Stoic Philosophy aka Rational Emotive Therapy:
- - Take pain without complaint
- - Highest goal is knowledge
- - In your face
Characteristics of American Pragmatism also known as Behaviorism:
- - Classical Empiricism
- - Pragmatism
What is Classical Empiricism?
Theory of knowledge that comes from sensory experience.
What is Pragmatism?
Assessment of truth and beliefs and what they mean - A practical application
What was Freud known for?
What was Adler known for?
What was Jung known for?
What was Klein/ Fairburn known for?
Ego Analytic Psychology & Object Relations
What was Akerman known for?
Family Systems Theory
What was Perls known for?
What was Berne known for?
What was May known for?
Explain the Gestalt Theory
About the here and now
Explain Transactional Analysis
Constant back and forth between people
Explain the Existential Analysis
Emphasis on the individual person. People determine their own development through acts of free will.
What was Frankl known for?
What was Rogers known for?
What was Maslow known for?
Self-actualization, Needs/ Hierarchy Theory
Explain Logo Theory
Mans search for meaning, Nazi prisoner of war, suffering and finding meaning in life, and how you approach will determine if you live or die. (Logos means word in Greek)
Person-centered Therapy is
Hierarchy of needs is
The unique, relatively enduring internal and external aspects of a person's character that influences behavior.
How does internet and social networking shape personality?
- - Reduces psychological well-being.
- - Decreases quality of relationships.
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