Neo-Analytic/Ego

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1. Key Theortists

1.1. Carl Jung

1.2. Alfred Adler

1.3. Karen Horney

1.4. Erik Erickson

1.5. Other contributing theorists

1.5.1. Margaret Mahler

1.5.2. Heinz Kohut

1.5.3. Marie Snyder

1.5.4. Brian Little

1.5.5. Robert Emmons

1.5.6. Nancy Cantor

1.6. Neo-Freudian

1.6.1. Anna Freud

1.6.2. Heinz Hartmann

2. Idiographic vs. Nomothetic

2.1. Approach is nomothetic

3. Structures

3.1. Unconscious

3.2. Conscious self

3.3. social self

3.3.1. possible self

3.3.2. multiple selves

3.4. archetype

4. Key Concepts

4.1. Life span Identity

4.1.1. Research that Supports

4.1.1.1. Summary

4.1.2. Research that Challenges

4.1.2.1. Summary

4.2. Cultural impact

4.2.1. Research that supports

4.2.1.1. Summary

4.2.2. Research that Challenges

4.2.2.1. Summary

4.3. Societal Impact

4.3.1. Birth Order

4.3.1.1. Research that Challenges

4.3.1.1.1. Summary

4.3.1.2. Research that supports

4.3.1.2.1. Summary

4.4. Psyche

4.4.1. Personal Unconscious

4.4.2. Conscious Ego

4.4.3. Collective Unconscious

4.4.3.1. Archetypes

4.4.3.1.1. Research that supports

4.4.3.1.2. Research that Challenges

5. Methods

5.1. Variation

5.1.1. free association

5.1.2. situational

5.1.3. autobiographical

5.2. Emphasis

5.2.1. self-concept

6. Methods Contemporary Applicablility

6.1. developing a healthy self concept

6.2. Support groups for those facing life crisis

7. Strengths

7.1. Emphasis on Self

7.1.1. cope with emotions and drives on the inside and demands of others on the outside

8. Weaknesses

8.1. Hodgepodge of ideas from different traditions

8.2. difficult to test in rigorous manner

9. Free Will?

9.1. Usually No

10. Personality Disorders

10.1. Striving for Superiority

10.1.1. Inferiority Complex

10.1.2. Superiority Complex

10.1.3. Evolutions of Theory

10.1.3.1. Organ inferiority

10.1.3.2. Aggression Drive

10.1.3.3. Masculine Protest

10.1.3.4. Perfection Striving

10.2. Neurotic Coping Strategies

10.2.1. Moving Towards

10.2.1.1. Affection and Approval

10.2.1.2. A Domineering partner

10.2.2. Moving Against

10.2.2.1. Power

10.2.2.2. Exploitation

10.2.2.3. Recognition and Prestige

10.2.2.4. Admiration

10.2.2.5. Ambition and Acheivement

10.2.3. Moving Away

10.2.3.1. Self-sufficiency

10.2.3.2. Perfection

10.2.3.3. Narrow limits

10.3. Object Relations Theories

10.3.1. Symbiotic Psychotic

10.3.2. Narcissistic Personality Disorder

10.3.3. Normal Symbiotic