Advanced Personality by David F. Barone, Kathryn D. Kominars (auth.), David F.

By David F. Barone, Kathryn D. Kominars (auth.), David F. Barone, Michel Hersen, Vincent B. Van Hasselt (eds.)

Embracing all features of character learn, Advanced Personality addresses significant proven theories and very important present examine issues within the box, from the views of either scientific and scholarly settings. This notable text-reference good points chapters that hide, between different topics-psychobiological theories of character- wide awake and subconscious functioning-and character problems from a trait viewpoint. Written for entry-level graduate and upper-level undergraduate scholars, the publication contains an introductory bankruptcy with a chronological desk directory all significant figures within the historical past of the sphere, and tables that summarize key points of varied theories.

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In 1855, Breuer and Freud published Studies on Hysteria in which they reported on their treatment of several cases of hysteria and outlined, for the first time, the techniques that characterize psychoanalytic treatment. In 1886, Freud married Martha Bernays with whom he had six children, the youngest of whom, Anna, followed in her father's footsteps and became a famous psychoanalyst. After the death of his father in 1896, Freud became very depressed and, in the following year, began his self-analysis.

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