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- Classics. Mosak, Harold H. // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ;Dec89, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p513
Focuses on the study of the concept of Adlerian psychology. Interpretation of individuals lifestyle; Details on the theory of Alfred Adler, psychologist, on love and affection; Use of encouragement on education.
- Editorial: A Broadened Policy. Ansbacher, Heinz L. // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ;Mar82, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p10
Editorial. Focuses on the development of Adlerian psychology. Realization of human dynamics as based on drives and tension reduction; Appreciation of the unity and self-consistency of the individual; Importance of the Alfred Alder's conception of the style of life.
- ALFRED ADLER'S FOUR BASIC LIFE STYLES. Durbin, Chaplain Paul G. // Subconsciously Speaking;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p4
The article presents information about counselor Alfred Adler's counseling theories. Adler describes four basic life styles; the first type is well adjusted and does not strive for personal superiority but seeks to solve problems in ways that are useful to others as well as himself. The second...
- Alfred Adler's Four Basic Life Styles. // Subconsciously Speaking;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p13
The article presents the theory of Alfred Adler regarding his four basic life style. The first type is the unselfish approach in solving one's personal problem. The second is wanting to prove one's personal superiority by ruling others. The third is wanting to get everything in the expense of...
- Adler and Binswanger: Individual Psychology and Existentialism. Hjertaas, Trevor // Journal of Individual Psychology;Winter2004, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p396
The author compares the theory and practice of the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler with the Existential Analysis of Ludwig Binswanger. Frequently overlooked aspects of the individual as a social being in Existentialism are discussed, as is Binswanger's awareness of the concept of...
- Art Therapy with Families. Sutherland, Judy // Journal of Individual Psychology;Fall2011, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p292
Alfred Adler (1930/1978) understood and paid attention to the importance of a family's influence on the development of personality: that children and parents seek significance in the family social system; that all behavior is purposive; and that all family members will create their own meaning...
- The use of the Adlerian life-style guide and the four goals of misbehavior in supervision. Carnes, Michael R.; Carns, Ann W. // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ;Sep94, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p341
Presents some guidelines on teaching students the basic skills of psychotherapy, while at the same time challenging them to come up with their own style. Adlerian life-style guide; Four goals of misbehavior; Supervision intervention.
- GYVENIMO STILIAUS IR SOCIALINIO INTERESO SÄ„SAJOS. Kepalaitė, Albina; Prialgauskaitė, Diana // Educational Psychology / Ugdymo psichologija;2007, Vol. 18, p55
The most significant concepts of the Individual psychology of Alfred Adler are social interest and life style. Social interest is defined as a positive attitude toward others and life in general, as an interest in the interest of mankind, as a participations in groups activities. Social interest...
- birth order theory Psychology. // Dictionary of Theories;2002, p58
Information on the "birth order theory" is presented. This psychology-based theory was proposed by Austrian psychiatrist Alfred Adler, who stresses on the inter-relation between heredity, environment and individual creativity. It focuses on investigating the similarities and differences in the...