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This is a lifespan development and personality paper centering on a developmental perspective of Adolph Hitler. The paper discusses the negative effects of Hitler's early home life such as the lack of a father figure. The paper also discusses his search for a substitute father figure as an adult and the failure of Hitler's mother to provide guidance. Furthermore, the paper looks at Hitler's neurotic conception of the world and his growing belief that only he could become the leader of his vision, not other people.
From the Paper:"This paper offers a developmental perspective of Adolf Hitler who rose to power from a man who occupied seemingly insignificant political positions to become the unchallenged leader of Germany until his death. His dictatorial governmental policies that led to the elimination of political opponents and his hatred of the Jews can be traced back to his childhood influences, developments and experiences. The significance of these influences will be explored in the discussion of the background of Hitler. Furthermore two theories of personality-Maslow's Hierarchy..."
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