Discuss how heredity and the environment might affect personality disorders. This assignment calls for you to employ what Gordon Allport (1968) called systematic eclecticism. Prior…
Discuss how heredity and the environment might affect personality disorders.
This assignment calls for you to employ what Gordon Allport (1968) called systematic eclecticism. Prior to beginning work on this assignment, review the section entitled “Convergence of Theories: Eclecticism, Integration, and Unification” in Chapter 1 of your text.
In this paper, you will complete the assignment which you began in week three and create your own theory of personality development by synthesizing the concepts and constructs of all the theories that seem most accurate and appropriate to you and by using those concepts to reflect on your own personality and development.
Research a minimum of eight scholarly sources related to these concepts in the Ashford University Library to support your statements in the paper. Popular websites and your textbook may augment, but they will not count toward, the minimum number of sources needed for the paper. The following content and headings must be included in your paper.
Please visit the Ashford Writing Center for guidance on how to format headings in APA Style. Also, please take note of the suggestions provided for the length for each section in the instructions below.
Provide a general introduction to the topic of theories of personality. Explain what you plan to cover and describe the direction your paper will take. This section will not feature a heading, and it will be approximately two to three paragraphs.
In this section, you will present the seven specific concepts identified from the seven models you think best apply to the study of personality in distinct subheadings. For each concept, identify the major personality model from which the concept was taken as well as the theorist associated with that model. This completed section will be approximately four to five pages.
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