Personality Theory provides an accessible and engaging introduction to the the major theoretical perspectives involved in the study of personality by focusing on the theorists and their works side-by-side.
Personal histories explore the personal and professional influences on the development of each theorist's work and help us to understand their theories in an historical context. Crowne encourages students to think critically by assessing the theorist's strengths and weaknesses, while reminding readers of what remains valuable and groundbreaking in their work.
Specifications of Personality Theory
|Author||Douglas P. Crowne|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||544|
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