Personality Theories


Psychodynamic Theories
Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9
Freud Adler Jung Klein Horney Fromm Sullivan Erikson

Psychoanalysis 16 Individual Psychology 64 Analytical Psychology 97 Object Relations Theory 135 Psychoanalytic Social Theory 162 Humanistic Psychoanalysis 186 Interpersonal Theory 212 Post-Freudian Theory 242



Freud: Psychoanalysis
B Overview of Psychoanalytic Theory B Biography of Sigmund Freud B Levels of Mental Life

Unconscious Preconscious Conscious
B Provinces of the Mind

The Id The Ego The Superego
B Dynamics of Personality

Drives Sex Aggression Anxiety
B Defense Mechanisms Freud

Genital Period Maturity
B Applications of Psychoanalytic Theory

Repression Reaction Formation Displacement Fixation Regression Projection Introjection Sublimation
B Stages of Development

Freud’s Early Therapeutic Technique Freud’s Later Therapeutic Technique Dream Analysis Freudian Slips
B Related Research

Unconscious Mental Processing Pleasure and the Id: Inhibition and the Ego Repression, Inhibition, and Defense Mechanisms Research on Dreams
B Critique of Freud

Infantile Period Oral Phase Anal Phase Phallic Phase Male Oedipus Complex Female Oedipus Complex Latency Period

Did Freud Understand Women? Was Freud a Scientist?
B Concept of Humanity B Key Terms and Concepts


Chapter 2

Freud: Psychoanalysis


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