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Freud, Jung and Horney on Self
A comparison of the theories of Freud, Jung and Horney on the concept of self.
# 121994 | 2,500 words | 23 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Psychology (Freud) , Psychology (Jung) , Psychology (Theory)


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This paper looks at the theories of Freud, Jung and Horney on the concept of self and compares and contrasts them. The paper points out their similarities and differences and explains Freud's id, ego and superego, Jung's transcendental self and individuation, and Horney's similarities between neuroses and normal behavior.

From the Paper:

"Karen Horney's theory of self was that there were different types of people who had different ideals of self which gave them their distinctive personalities. (Boeree) It is composed of basic needs of people which we all have, but which are carried to the extreme in the neurotic. They can be grouped into three personality types; compliant, aggressive and withdrawn. The basic needs that Horney believed people have which make up their self, are a neurotic need for affection and approval from others, a need..."

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