Psychodynamic Personality Theories Matrix

Psychodynamic Personality Theories Matrix

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Psychodynamic Personality Theories Matrix

Using the text for this course, the University Library, the Internet, and/or other resources, complete the following table.
|Theory                     |Assumptions                                   |Reliability                         |Validity                                   |Application                                           |
|Psychoanalytic Theory     |Psychological tools within our brains require|Defense mechanisms                 |Psychoanalysis as a philosophy has been   |Personality (Freud and Erikson)                       |
|                           |a certain type of power in order to function |Creation of thesis technique       |questioned since the 1900’s               |Gender role improvement                               |
|                           |This type of power also is also used in       |Discuses importance of infancy     |Pros and cons evaluators of psychoanalysis|Affection                                             |
|                           |various tasks that are psychologically       |Fantasy examination                 |affirms that psychoanalysis works well as |Therapy- psychoanalysis                               |
|                           |related like: emotions, and thoughts.         |Projective exams                   |an aspect in behavior and must be given   |Moral development –superego (Freud)                   |
|                           |                                             |Free association                   |credit!                                   |Displacement-Thanatos                                 |
|Individual Psychological   |                                              |                                    |                                          |                                                      |
|Theory                     |                                             |                                   |...

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