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What does the psychoanalytic perspective of personality theory represent?



A. Represents an optimistic look at human nature, emphasizing the self and the fulfillment of a person s unique potential.
B. Emphasizes learning and conscious cognitive processes, including the importance of beliefs about the self, goal setting, and self-regulation.
C. Emphasizes the importance of unconscious processes and the influence of early childhood experience.
D. Emphasizes the description and measurement of specific personality differences among individuals.

This question is part of Chapter 11, Personality
Asked by Adkinsjr, Last updated: Jan 17, 2020

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John Adney

John Adney

Answered May 02, 2017

Emphasizes the importance of unconcious processes and the influence of early childhood experience
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 07, 2017

Emphasizes the importance of unconcious processes and the influence of early childhood experience.

See pg. 459
 

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