CSUN PSY 370 - HORNEY AND RELATIONAL THEORY (13 pages)

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California State University, Northridge
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Psy 370 - Psychology of Personality

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9 11 08 Personality Psychology Psychology 370 Sheila K Grant Ph D Professor California State University Northridge CHAPTER SIX HORNEY AND RELATIONAL THEORY Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Theory Chapter Overview INTERPERSONAL PSYCHOANALYSIS HORNEY Basic Anxiety and Basic Hostility Three Interpersonal Orientations Moving toward People The Self Effacing Solution Moving against People The Expansive Solution Moving away from People The Resignation Solution Healthy Versus Neurotic Use of Interpersonal Orientations Major Adjustments to Basic Anxiety Eclipsing the Conflict Moving toward or against Others Detachment Moving away from Others The Idealized Self Moving away from the Real Self Externalization Projection of Inner Conflict 1 9 11 08 Chapter Overview INTERPERSONAL PSYCHOANALYSIS HORNEY Cont Secondary Adjustment Techniques Cultural Determinants of Development Gender Roles Cross Cultural Differences Therapy Self Analysis Parental Behavior and Personality Development Chapter Overview THE RELATIONAL APPROACH WITHIN PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY The Sense of Self in Relationships Narcissism Attachment in Infancy and Adulthood Infant Attachment Adult Attachments and Relationships Longitudinal Studies of Attachment Parenting Therapy Preview of Horney s Theory and Object Relations Theory 2 9 11 08 Karen Horney Born in Germany in 1885 Authoritarian sea captain Lutheran father Studied medicine at the University of Freiburg Established the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute in 1920 Moved to the US in 1932 to practice psychoanalysis Studied Zen Buddhism Died in 1952 Basic Anxiety and Basic Hostility BASIC ANXIETY feeling lonely and helpless in a hostile world BASIC HOSTILITY must be repressed for survival and security dependency fear of parents fear of loss of love Horney s Model of Neurotic Conflict 3 9 11 08 Three Interpersonal Orientations moving toward self effacing solution moving against expansive solution moving away resignation solution Measurement of Interpersonal Orientation The



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