Psychoanalytic-Social Personality Perspective

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Psychoanalytic-Social Personality Perspective

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper analyzing the Psychoanalytic-Social approach to personality. Your paper should cover the following areas:

  • What makes the Psychoanalytic-Social perspective of personality unique?
  • What are the main components of the following theories Psychoanalytic-Social personality: Alfred Adler, Erik Erikson, Karen Horney, and Cornelius Castoriadis? Additionally, name one aspect that you agree and one that you disagree of these theories from these theorists.
  • What are some of the main differences and similarities between theories/theorists?
  • Choose one of the Psychoanalytic-Social personality theories and apply it to your own life. Explain your own personality and personality development through this theory.

Include an introduction and conclusion in your paper.

  • Resources: Include three resources: (1) textbook, (2) article from UOPX's, Online Library/Electronic Reserve Reading List, (3) credible and reliable website or another article from UOPX's Online Library/Electronic Reserve Reading List.
    • Please do not use dictionaries or encyclopedias for references.
    • Only 20 percent of the paper can be direct quotations.
    • Do not quote from Brainy Quote or other website or hard cover source where quotes are found unless you actually read the resource where the quote was originally said. To show that, identify to whom the person was addressing and in what setting it was said

Format your paper according to APA standards.

  • Include an introduction with a thesis statement and a conclusion.
  • Include subheading levels, citations, and references in APA format.
  • use sample paper as refrence

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1 The first page of this assignment is the title-sheet. Psychoanalytic-Social Personality Perspective (This is the title.) To complete the rest of the title-sheet, review the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (sixth edition) and the APA sample paper provided by UOPX in the CWE for the appropriate format and content. Delete everything in purple. 2 Psychoanalytic-Social Personality Perspective After the title, include an introduction with a summary of the paper. In it, incorporate a thesis statement, which includes the topic and purpose of a document. To construct a thesis statement, use the Thesis Generator in the CWE. To provide a summary, write a summary sentence for each major section identified with Level One subheadings. Uniqueness of Psychoanalytic-Social Perspective (Level One subheading) In this section, answer the question: What makes the PsychoanalyticSocial perspective of personality unique? Components of Psychoanalytic-Social Personality Theories (Level One subheading) Alfred Adler (Level Two subheading) In this section, answer the questions: What are the main components of Adler’s theory? Additionally, name one aspect that you agree and one that you disagree. 2 Erik Erikson (Level Two subheading) In this section, answer the questions: What are the main components of Erikson’s theory? Additionally, name one aspect that you agree and one that you disagree. Karen Horney (Level Two subheading) In this section, answer the questions: What are the main components of Horney’s theory? Additionally, name one aspect that you agree and one that you disagree. Cornelius Castoriadis (Level Two subheading) In this section, answer the questions: What are the main components of Castoriadis’ theory? Additionally, name one aspect that you agree and one that you disagree. Differences and Similarities between Psychoanalytic-Social Personality Theories (Level One subheading) In this section, answer the question: What are some of the main differences and similarities between theories? 2 Application of One Theory to My Life (Level One subheading) In this section, choose one of the Psychoanalytic-Social personality theories, and apply it to your own life. Explain your own personality and personality development through this theory. Conclusion (Level One subheading) Finally, end a written presentation with a conclusion. It summarizes what was presented in the whole document. 2 References Resources: Include three resources: (1) textbook (2) article from UOPX’s Online Library/Electronic Reserve Reading List, (3) credible and reliable website or another article from UOPX’s Online Library/Electronic Reserve Reading List. If you wish to include additional resources, that is fine, but do not omit the three mentioned. o Please do not use dictionaries or encyclopedias for references. o Only 20 percent of the paper can be direct quotations. o Do not quote from Brainy Quote or other website or hard cover source where quotes are found unless you actually read the resource where the quote was originally said. To show that, identify to whom the person was addressing and in what setting it was said ...
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Running head: PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIAL APPROACH TO PERSONALITY

Psychoanalytic Social Approach to Personality
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Running head: PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIAL APPROACH TO PERSONALITY

Introduction
Studying personalities has always been a major topic in the field of psychology.
Different persons exhibit different personalities and numerous personality traits, therefore,
exist to explain these extremes.
The psychoanalytic social personality theory emphasizes the significance of our early
childhood memories and experiences, and the connection it has with the unconscious mind
(Pervin 1999). Psychoanalytic social personality was created by Sigmund Freud, a
psychiatrist who believed that whatever is hidden in the unconscious part of the mind could
always be revealed through dreams, free association and common slips of tongues.
Other theorists who contributed in this field include Erik Erickson, Karen Horney,
Alfred Adler and Cornelius Castoriadis. This paper seeks to understand the different
arguments put forward by these theorists and explain the differences and similarities found in
their theories and how one of the theories can apply in my life.

Uniqueness of psychoanalytic social perspective
Psychoanalytic social perspective is unique because it explains how social and
cultural conditions such as childhood experiences shapes our personalities and eventually
affects who we became and what we believe in and also in shaping our personalities.
It tries to explain how the mind brings issues in the unconscious part of our minds to
attention through various methods such as dreams and slips ...

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awesome work thanks

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