Theories of Personality, 10th Edition
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Theories of Personality provides a comprehensive foundation on the nature of personality theory, as well as its contributions to science. Coverage of each theory encompasses a biographical sketch of each theorist, related research, and applications to real life. Written by two preeminent psychology professors, Gregory J. Feist, and Tomi-Ann Roberts, this program is engaging and student-friendly introduction to Personality Psychology. The tenth edition provides new studies and sections on topics such as the importance of the internet and social media to various personality theories, content on real-ideal self-discrepancy as it relates to online gaming, and new information on changes in personality over time. The Connect course for this the tenth edition includes SmartBook, an adaptive reading and study experience which guides students to master, recall, and apply key concepts while providing automatically-graded assessments.
Part 1 Introduction
CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Personality Theory
Part 2 Psychodynamic Theories
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
Part 3 Humanistic/Existential Theories
CHAPTER 9: Maslow: Holistic-Dynamic Theory
CHAPTER 10: Rogers: Person-Centered Theory
CHAPTER 11: May: Existential Psychology
Part 4 Dispositional Theories
CHAPTER 12: Allport: Psychology of the Individual
CHAPTER 13: McCrae and Costa’s Five-Factor Trait Theory
Part 5 Biological/Evolutionary Theories
CHAPTER 14: Eysenck’s Biologically Based Factor Theory
CHAPTER 15: Buss: Evolutionary Theory of Personality
Part 6 Learning-Cognitive Theories
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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