Adler vs. Horney

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Individual Differences Mind Map on Adler vs. Horney, created by MeganBrianna on 05/01/2013.
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Adler vs. Horney
1 Theory
1.1 Social Influence on personality
1.2 Types:
1.2.1 Socially Useful
1.2.2 Getting
1.2.3 Avoiding
1.2.4 Ruling
1.2.5 Defined by High or Low Social Interest and Social Activity
1.3 Introduced superiority/inferiority complex
2 Measured by BASIS-A
3 Theory
3.1 Feminine Psychology
3.1.1 Womb Envy to counter Freudian Penis Envy
3.2 Types:
3.2.1 Moving towards others (Compliant)
3.2.2 Moving against others (Aggressive)
3.2.3 Moving away from others (Detached)
3.3 Anxiety is key and inherently social
4 COMPARE
4.1 Social influence over Biological
4.2 Emphasis on importance of unconscious psychological processes
4.3 Developed out of Freudian concepts
4.4 Advocated women's rights
4.5 Neither do well on empirical data
5 CONTRAST
5.1 - Adler has a measuring system - Horney does not.
5.2 - Adler = influential, well known, a template for theorists - Horney = Only well known in Feminine Psych circles, very small influence
5.3 - Adler evolved Freudian concepts - Horney opposed all Freudian ideas
6 No measures
7 Adler has become widely influential while Horney should have improved her measures instead of criticising Freud so much.
8 1927
9 1923-37
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