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Create a 2- to 3-page brochure including graphics, on traditional psychodynamic theories. Describe personality. Discuss the main tenets of each theory, how they apply to personality and behavior, and the strengths and limitations of each theory.

You must choose three of the psychodynamic theorists in week one for this assignment.

If you are uncomfortable with the brochure format, just submit an APA formatted word document with title page, reference page, and 3 pages of text (600-750 words).

Feist, J., Feist, G. J., & Roberts, T-A. (2013). Theories of personality (8th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

The current edition of our textbook is required to be used (cited and referenced) for all team and individual assignments. Do not use prior editions of this textbook. Failure to follow directions will result in a zero on the assignment.

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In-Text Citations References APA citations should include the author’s name and the year of publication (a page number is optional). Citations go before the period, as in the examples below. All sources that are cited in a paper must be listed on a new page after the body of the paper. The page title, References, should be centered at the top of the page. All references are double-spaced and flush left with a hanging indent. References are listed in alphabetical order according to the first word. If no DOI is available for an online source, include a URL. Works by one author: (Hawthorn, 1994, p. 3). Works by two authors: (Ibsen & Red, 2001, p. 184). Works by three to five authors: (James, Smith, & Clark, 2001, p. 7). *If the same work by three to five authors is cited again, use the last name of the first author followed by et al. as shown in the next example of works by six or more authors. Works by six or more authors: (James et al., 2001, p. 17). Works from a secondary source: (as cited in Newman, 1974, p. 154). Works with no author: (“The Common Cold,” 1982). Government documents: (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1992). Block Quotations Use a block quote format for quotations 40 words or longer. In a block quote, the citation comes after the period. Double space the quote and start it on a new line, usually after a colon: Indent the entire quotation—as shown here. Do not use quotation marks. Citations for block quotes go after the period. (West, 2006, p. 3) APA DOCUMENTATION QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE Book: Hawthorn, J. (1994). A glossary of literary theory (2nd ed.). London: Arnold. doi: 10.1037/4932-5849.34.2.445 Periodical: Ibsen, R., & Red, A. (2001). Competition among writing processes. American Journal of Psychology, 7, 175-192. doi: 10.1080/1445526775783990023 Newspaper article: Jackson, T. (2001, November 20). Rethinking globalization. Boston Daily News, pp. A1, A8. doi: 10.1037/0278-4911.33.6.290 Writing Center Online sources (no doi available): Rich, C. (2000). Scale, or the fact of. Retrieved from http://kelty.org/or/papers/scale.pdf Works with no author: The common cold brings pain and suffering to millions each year. (1982, January 24). The Kentucky Times, p. C1. doi: 10.1053/528830411982903950522 Government document: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (1992). Health effects of passive smoking. (EPA Publication No. 600/6-90/006 F). Washington, DC: Author. doi: 10.1098/384602038592937553 Contact Information EH 210 801-626-6463 weber.edu/writingcenter/WC/handouts.html Information gathered from the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Updated for 6th edition by Kyle Rollins, 6/2/10. Title Page All parts of an APA report are double-spaced, beginning with the title page. The page header includes a running head, flush left, followed by the page number, flush right. The page header begins on the title page and appears on the top of every page of the report. Running head: Respiratory Illnesses 1 Respiratory Illnesses in the United States Between 1980 and 1990 Headings and Levels APA uses headings and levels to effectively organize papers. A heading is a title used to label sections of a paper. Headings are formatted with five levels. Students will usually only need three levels. Level 1: Centered, Boldface, Uppercase and Lowercase Heading Tables and Figures Tables are organized lists of numerical data. Figures are visual displays of information. Tables and figures can be included in the text, or they can be gathered into an appendix at the end of the paper. They are not listed on the References page. All tables and figures should be numbered in the order they appear in the paper. Level 2: Flush Left, Boldface, Uppercase and Lowercase Heading Keep tables and figures simple and easy to understand and refer to them in the text. Do not repeat information. Level 3: Indented, boldface, lowercase paragraph heading ending with a period. Example: Author(s) Author Affiliation Author Note Michelle Hoxer, Department of Ethical Research, Politically Correct University; Derek Stanford, Department of Microbiology, University of Felidae. Derek Stanford is now at Department of Experimental Microbiology, Freedom State University. This research was supported in part by grants from the National Institute on Abstract Subjects and from the Foundation of Federally Supplemented Individuals. Correspondence should be addressed to Michelle Hoxer, Department of Ethical Research, University of Felidae, Panther, AK 11875. E-mail: mhoxer@pcu.edu Figures Below is an outline with three levels. I. Infant Respiratory Illnesses A. Illnesses Caused by Air Pollution 1. Asthma in overpopulated cities. An outline helps determine how many levels a paper needs. Three levels in a paper would look like this: Infant Respiratory Illnesses (Paragraphs for this heading would go here.) Author Note An author note identifies affiliation, provides acknowledgements, and states disclaimers or perceived conflicts of interest. The author note is divided into four paragraphs: the first discusses departmental affiliation; the second, changes of affiliation (if any); the third, acknowledgments and special circumstances; and the fourth, correspondence information. Abstract The abstract in an APA paper gives specific information about the paper’s content. The abstract defines terms peculiar to the paper and includes the paper’s main concepts and/or conclusions. The abstract is typically 150-250 words long, but the length can vary. Illnesses Caused by Air Pollution (Paragraphs for this heading would go here.) Asthma in overpopulated cities. (Paragraphs for this heading would go here.) The DOI A new feature of APA, which makes finding electronic documents easier, is the DOI. The DOI is a long number that is formatted as follows: 10.xxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx See the References panel for more examples. The DOI is typically located on the first page of an electronic journal article near the copyright notice. It can also be found on the database page for the article. The DOI always begins with the number 10. The DOI should be placed in the citation on the References page. Figure 1. Dendritic Neurons. Adapted from “Dendritic organization in the neurons of the visual and motor cortices of the cat,” by D. A. Sholl, 1953, J Anat., 87, p. 387-406. The words under Figure 1 serve as a brief title and explanation, organized like this: 1) figure number in italics, 2) figure title, and 3) caption. The caption explains the figure and includes definitions and citations. Make sure the caption is not too brief. A clear description is better than a short description.
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Running head: PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORIES

Personality

Psychodynamic
Theories

Personality can be defined as the unique
individual characteristics of an individual in
terms of their thinking pattern, behavior and
feelings. Each individual has a unique
personality which gives them an identity.
A number of theorists like Sigmund Freud,
Alfred Adler, Karen Horney and Carl Jung
among others have come up with their own
theories that attempt to give a description or
rather explain the various available
personality elements.

Alfred Adler: Individual
Psychology

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