Adolf Hitler Essay by The Research Group

Adolf Hitler
A psychological study of this German dictator as a pathological personality.
# 22321 | 1,125 words | 5 sources | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 08, 2003 in History (European) , History (Leaders) , Psychology (Behaviorism)


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"Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) was the Austrian-born German dictator who, as a youth, was interested in art. He thought that he would become a great artist. This delusion caused him to neglect other school subjects, only to see failure as a result. A psychological profile of Hitler, with regard to the perspectives of personal distress, malfunctioning, and cultural/social deviance would have to address this fact. In addition, if Hitler's degree of abnormality were plotted on the DSM-IV axis points, the resultant analysis would show that the leader's grandiose schemes, whether they be to paint a masterpiece or to conquer the world, were not grounded in reality.

Hitler's failures in school caused him to hate intellectuals. After dropping out of high school and twice ..."

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