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Operational theories of personality.


New York, Brunner/Mazel [1974] .
ISBN 0876300867

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Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Personality -- Essays.
Personality.
Personnalité
Persönlichkeitstheorie.
Psychologie.
Description x, 421 pages illustrations
Copyright Date [1974]
©1974
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The nature of personality theory / Arthur Burton -- Psychoanalytic theory: Sigmund Freud / Rudolf Ekstein -- Archetypal theory: C.G. Jung / James Hillman -- Goal-oriented individual psychology: Alfred Adler's theory / Heinz L. Ansbacher -- Interpersonal theory: Harry Stack Sullivan / Hilde Bruch -- Existential and humanistic theories: Ludwig Binswanger, Ronald D. Laing, application of theory / Arthur Burton -- Client-centered theory: Carl R. Rogers / Carl R. Rogers, John K. Wood -- The body in personality theory: Wilhelm Reich and Alexander Lowen / Alexander Lowen -- Family theory: an introduction / Helm Stierlin -- Rational-emotive theory: Albert Ellis / Albert Ellis -- Behavior modification theory: B.F. Skinner and others / John N. Marquis -- Eclectic and integrated theory: Gordon Allport and others / Donald T. Lunde -- Concluding postscripts / Arthur Burton.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1094762
(OCoLC)ocm01094762
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WorldCat Identities Burton, Arthur, 1914-
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