Goldstein vs. Rogers

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Individual Differences Mind Map on Goldstein vs. Rogers, created by MeganBrianna on 05/02/2013.
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Goldstein vs. Rogers
1 1939
2 Theory
2.1 James' Theory of Self
2.2 Holistic approach to patient treatment
2.3 Anxiety comes from an ill-defined threat to our existance
2.4 Uses Self-Actualisation as single master motive
2.5 Positive view of human interaction instead of Freudian negativity
3 1951
4 Theory
4.1 Uses 3 master motives: Self-Acualisation, Positive Regard and Self Regard
4.2 Therapist should give unconditional Positive Regard
4.2.1 Increases Self Regard
4.2.1.1 More likely to search for Positive Regard from others
4.3 Led to measure of Rosenburg Self-Esteem Scale
4.4 James' Theory of Self
5 Compare
5.1 James' Theory of Self
5.2 Self-Actualisation
5.3 Positive motives and a move away from Freud
5.4 Practical uses: Holisitic treatment/Counselling psych
6 Contrast
6.1 Goldstein = No measures, Rogers = Self-Esteem Scale
6.2 Goldstein = 1 master motive, Rogers = 3 master motives
6.3 Goldstein = Simplistic, Rogers = Better received
6.4 Goldstein = Revived James' Theory, Rogers = indirectly but no credited influence
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