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CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Personality Theory

CHAPTER 2 Freud: Psychoanalysis

CHAPTER 3: Adler: Individual Psychology

CHAPTER 4: Jung: Analytical Psychology

CHAPTER 5: Klein: Object Relations Theory

CHAPTER 6: Horney: Psychoanalytic Social Theory

CHAPTER 7: Erikson: Post-Freudian Theory

CHAPTER 8: Fromm: Humanistic Psychoanalysis

CHAPTER 9: Maslow: Holistic-Dynamic Theory

CHAPTER 10: Rogers: Person-Centered Theory

CHAPTER 11: May: Existential Psychology

CHAPTER 12: Allport: Psychology of the Individual

CHAPTER 13: McCrae and Costa’s Five Factor Trait Theory

CHAPTER 14: Eysenck’s Biologically Based Factor Theory

CHAPTER 15: Buss: Evolutionary Theory of Personality

CHAPTER 16: Skinner: Behavioral Analysis

CHAPTER 17: Bandura: Social Cognitive Theory

CHAPTER 18: Rotter and Mischel: Cognitive Social Learning Theory

CHAPTER 19: Kelly: Psychology of Personal Constructs

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References R

Photo Credits C

Name Index N-1

Subject Index S-1