Psychodynamic Theories Brochure

Psychodynamic Theories Brochure

Order Description

Create a 2- to 3-page brochure including graphics, on traditional
psychodynamic theories. Describe personality. Discuss the main tenets
of each theory, how they apply to personality and behavior, and the
strengths and limitations of each theory.

Grading Guide

Psychodynamic Theories Brochure

This assignment is due in Week One.

Content
70 Percent    Points Earned
X/7
•    Describes personality.
•    Discusses the main tenets of each theory.
•    Discusses how each theory applies to personality and behavior
•    Discusses the strengths and limitations of each theory     Comments:
Organization and Development
20 Percent    Points Earned
X/2
•    The assignment is the specified length.
•    The assignment is clear and organized; major points are supported by details, examples, or analysis.
•    The tone aligns with the assignment’s purpose and is geared toward the appropriate audience.
•    The assignment provides relevant and sufficient background on the topic.
•    The assignment uses visuals appropriately and effectively and excludes distracting or unnecessary elements.    Comments:
Mechanics and Format
10 Percent    Points Earned
X/1
•    The assignment file is presentable and functional; for example, the audio clips are audible, visual components are viewable, and links work appropriately.
•    Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct.
•    The assignment is consistent with APA guidelines.    Comments:
Additional Comments:
Total Earned
X/10

Psychodynamic Theories
Psychodynamic theory is a view that explains personality in terms of conscious and unconscious forces where Personality is a person’s differences in uniqueness

patterns of thoughts, behavior and feeling (Feist & Feist, 2009). It normally focuses on two wide areas i.e. understanding individual differences in specific

personality traits such as irritability or sociability and understanding how the different parts of a person come together as a whole. The psychodynamic theories

include: Freud, Jung, Adler, Fromm, Erickson, Sullivan, Klein and Horney. These theories are discussed below (Feist & Feist, 2009).
Freud’s Theory
According to Feist & Feist, (2009).This theory according to Freud explains that personality includes the ego, id, and the super ego. These three parts work together in

creating human behavior. That is the id drives to want food and the ego helps people to find a reasonable way to obtain that food and the superego holds the morality

of a person. The strength of the theory is that the ego gives a person the ability to maintain mental stability and low ego give a person mental disharmony.

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