Most of Sigmund Freud's theories are over 100 years old. Over time, his theories have sparked controversy and disagreement. Some have stood the test of time. Freud is regarded as one of the most important and influential thinkers of the last century. While most modern academics believe he was wrong about many things, his concepts of the unconscious, his method of free association, defense mechanisms, and the processes of talk therapy and psychoanalysis indisputably contributed to our understanding of the human psyche and personality.
1) Discuss how the psychodynamic, genetic, or humanist approaches have contributed to our understanding of personality.
2) What important contributions did these theories make to behavioral science?
3) describe and evaluate key concepts and contributions.
4) Gordon Allport, Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow, Sigmund Freud, and Carl Jung were the most influential psychologists of this era. Briefly discuss how each of these five contribute to the development of their theory? Be sure to include specific exs
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