2 edition of Comprehensive personality theory found in the catalog.
Comprehensive personality theory
R. M. Shah
Bibliography: p. -404.
|Statement||by R. M. Shah.|
|LC Classifications||BF698 .S43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 421 p.|
|Number of Pages||421|
|LC Control Number||sa 65008212|
Critique each personality theory and identify the most appropriate situation for employing each theory. Judge individuals' personalities using various personality assessment tools to . The project morphed into a scholarly monograph, Personality and Social Intelligence, which appe ared in Links to a precis of the book, and a response to commentaries. Link to a more recent discussion of social intelligence. Still, these chapters afford a comprehensive picture of personality theory and research at the time they were originally drafted, in the late s and .
William Sheldon, American psychologist and physician who was best known for his theory associating physique, personality, and delinquency. Sheldon attended the University of Chicago, where he received a Ph.D. in psychology in and an M.D. in In , after having worked at various. Personality Theories: Development, Growth, and Diversity (4th Edition) by Bem P. Allen (Allyn and Bacon) Organized by individual theorists, this comprehensive book examines the major movements in the field through an historic and humanistic approach. Allen begins each chapter with teaser questions that help frame the chapter.
1. Conceptual issues in personality theory SUSAN CLONINGER 3 2. Personality psychology of situations SETH A. WAGERMAN AND DAVID C. FUNDER 27 3. Personality: traits and situations JENS B. ASENDORPF 43 4. Personality and emotion RAINER REISENZEIN AND HANNELORE WEBER 54 5. The characterization of persons: some fundamental conceptual . beginning and history of personality theory. INTRODUCTION PSY_Cqxd 1/2/05 pm Page Personality we can predict how our friends will behave, and we expect them to behave in a recognizably similar way from one day to the next. Child () includes consistency (within an individual) and.
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This book can be read with a BUKU subscription. You get unlimited access to the entire library, with a BUKU subscription. Available in: Create free account Details. ISBN. Author(s) Pressing. Publisher. SAGE Publications. The book considers the whole of Jung’s work as a comprehensive theory of personality to which all strands, including his writings on religion and on alchemy contribute.
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According to Freud, unconscious drives influenced by sex and aggression, along with childhood sexuality, are the forces that influence our personality.