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Lecture 9

PSY 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Analytical Psychology, Reaction Formation, Carl Jung


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY 110
Professor
Gillis
Lecture
9

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Chapter 9 Overview
Personality Lectures
I. Define personality
II. Psychoanalytic model of Personality
III. Behavioral Model of Personality
IV. Humanistic Models of Personality
V. Biological Approach to personality
VI. The Measurement of Personality
I. Define personality:
A. Trait/State distinction

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Personality Social Psychology
Trait State
Internal External
Stable Unstable
Typical Situational
B. Early attempts:
1. Astrology
2. Phrenology
3. Somatotypes (Ectomorph,
Mesomorph, Endomorph)
4. Palm reading
5. Graphology

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II. Psychoanalytical Approach
A. Freud (Brief History)
1. The structure of Personality
a.) ID (Pleasure Principle)
b.) Ego (Reality Principle)
c.) Superego (Morality Principle)
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