How People See Me
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That is immoral and wrong!
How Freud Sees Me:
I would like a new car, but its probably not a good idea.
Let's totally steal this car. No one is watching.
How Bandura Sees Me:
Oh, no. I have a huge pimple. EVERYONE IS STARING AT ME.
How Horney Sees Me:
I'm so glad we found each other. I feel safe with you. My life is complete.
Freud believed in a system of energies that were separated into three psychological structures: Id (your devil), Ego (your controller), Superego (your angel).
How Jung Sees Me:
Oh, no. I don't think I have enough money to pay for my meal.
Bandura had a social-cognitive focus. He came up with a concept called the Spotlight Effect. This is when us as humans assume that all people's attention is on you.
How Rogers Sees Me:
Horney believed that humans need to feel secure and desire love. We also build a strong personality by fighting off rejection.
How Eysenck Sees Me:
Let's go out tonight!! I need to see people.
Jung believed in the collective unconscious. He was a huge advocate for the concept of synchronicity- chance events actually have meaning to them!
Hi, ma'am! That woman at the other table decided to pay for your meal!
Rogers was an optimist. He believed that personality is driven by needs to adapt, learn, and grow. These are humanistic theories.
I may have been late to work this morning, but at least my surgery was successful! Everyday is a new opportunity!
Eysenck thought up the concept of Trait Theories of Personality. They also focused on the 2 Factor Model- one of these models looked at extraversion versus introversion.
Oh, I don't know. I got this new book that I wanted to start. I might just stay in.