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London School of Differential Psychology

Personality Presentation Guidelines

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Chapter 14- Personality Each group is responsible for teaching the class about their assigned Approach. Within each group, all important concepts, people and vocabulary must be discussed. YOU MUST USE RESOURCES BEYOND YOUR TEXT! All presentations should give a final evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the assigned approach. Each sub-topic presentation must include a visual aid and a note-taking guide to be handed out to your audience. Good Luck! The Trait Approach Hippocrates Gordon Allport Hans Eysenck Five-Factor Model Evaluation of Trait Approach Psychoanalytic Approach Freud/Id, Ego, Superego Defense Mechanisms Stages of Development Carl Jung/Analytic Psychology Alfred Adler Karen Horney Erik Erikson/Stages of Psychosocial Development
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