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Personality Theories, An Interest in Health and Growth: Rogers and Maslow
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presented by Charlotte Ellinwood, fl. 1986; with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Explores self-actualization and the concept of “self”. The lesson includes discussion on the theories of Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow, whose work centers around the interplay of social influences and self-concept for a more holistic understanding of human behavior.
presented by Charlotte Ellinwood, fl. 1986; with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Jungian Theory Today
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with Peter Mudd, fl. 1981 and Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Explores modern-day applications of Jung’s ideology. The class features an interview with Peter Mudd, a Jungian analyst, who explains how Jungian ideas are understood today and how they influence contemporary practices. The major components of “psyche” according to Jung are explained.
with Peter Mudd, fl. 1981 and Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 3, Sigmund Freud’s Early Theories
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 3 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Examines the roots of psychoanalysis. The lesson traces the evolution of Freud’s early clinical work on “hysteria” in the late 1800s and describes how it contributed to his early theoretical discipline. Students learn about Freud’s initial theory of the mind and his interpretation of dreams.
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 3 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 4, Jung Pulls Away
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 4 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Defines the fundamental differences between Jung and Freud’s theories. Students examine the early controversy that rose around Freud’s work and how Carl Jung used his experience with clinical schizophrenic groups to develop his highly influential ideas.
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 4 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 6, Freud’s Later Theories
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 6 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Focuses on Freud’s updated theories in the early 20th century. The lesson revisits Freud’s theories with regard to libido, instinct, id, ego, and super-ego. Freud’s mind model is updated and the role of anxiety in this later work is discussed. Key Freudian terms are defined, and an interesting article sug...
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 6 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 7, Extensions of Psychoanalysis
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 7 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Examines the work of Freud’s successors. The lesson details the continuing influence of Freud’s work in the study of child development in clinical practice and in such non-psychological areas as history and literature. Refinements to Freud’s theories are discussed, including Anna Freud’s theories on defe...
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 7 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 8, Object Relations Theory and Self-Psychology
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 8 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Reviews refinements to Freud’s theory since the 1960s. The lesson touches on the contributions of such theorists as Erik Erickson, Margaret Mahler, and Anna Freud to the evolution of modern psychoanalytic thought. The Study Guide offers a review in preparation for the first exam.
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 8 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 11, Social and Cognitive Learning Theories, Part 1
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 11 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Discusses research that tempers radical behaviorism with intrapsychic constructs. This lesson outlines the challenge to strict behaviorist empiricism as found in the works of such researchers as John Dollard. Students learn how the “drive-cue-response-reward” model relates more to the idea of “psyche” as...
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 11 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 13, Interpersonal and Social Issues in Personality
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with Gerald Mozdzierz, fl. 1940-2018 and Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 13 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Introduces Adler’s contributions to interpersonal theory. This lesson shows how the ideas of Alfred Adler – a contemporary of Freud - influenced the development of modern interpersonal theories. The seven major concepts of Adler’s philosophy are presented.
with Gerald Mozdzierz, fl. 1940-2018 and Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 13 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Personality Theories, Class 14, Karen Horney
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with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 14 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Examines the contributions of feminine psychology. This lesson traces the development of Karen Horney’s innovations in psychodynamic theory, exploring her work on feminine psychology and detailing her integration of social considerations and values into psychoanalysis.
with Terri Schwartz, fl. 1981; produced by Governors State University. Communications Services, in Personality Theories, Class 14 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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