Personality: Theory and Research

Wiley, 2001 - 621 páginas
Chapter 1 personality Theory: From Everyday Observations To Systematic Theories
Chapter 2 the Scientific Study Of People
Chapter 3 a Psychodynamic Theory: Freud’S Psychoanalytic Theory Of Personality
Chapter 4 a Psychodynamic Theory: Applications And Evaluation Of Freud’S Theory
Chapter 5 a Phenomenological Theory: Carl Rogers’S Person-Centered Theory Of Personality
Chapter 6 a Phenomenological Theory: Applications And Evaluation Of Rogers’S Theory
Chapter 7 trait Approaches To Personality: Allport, Eysenck, And Cattell
Chapter 8 trait Theory: The Five-Factor Model; Applications And Evaluation Of Trait Approaches To Personality
Chapter 9 biological Foundations Of Personality
Chapter 10 behaviorism And The Learning Approaches To Personality
Chapter 11 a Cognitive Theory Of Personality: George A. Kelly’S Personal Construct Theory Of Personality
Chapter 12 social-Cognitive Theory: Bandura And Mischel. Relating Social-Cognitive Theory To Theprevious Theories
Chapter 13 social-Cognitive Theory: Extensions, Applications, And Evaluation
Chapter 14 personality In Context: Interpersonal Relations, Culture, And Development Across The Course Of Life
Chapter 15 an Overview Of Personality Theory, Assessment, And Research

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Lawrence A. Pervin, Rutgers University
Oliver P. John, University of California, Berkeley

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