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Theories of Personality speaks in depth of the four major categories of personality theory: psychodynamic, humanistic/existential, dispositional and learning theories. Each theory within these four classifications is attached to a theorist describing in depth the details to his or her theory. These theories of personality are 100 years in the making, and although the theories may conflict one another, each theory binds the four classifications into a single unit of personality theory.

Learning about a theorist's theory is to learn about the individual. These great minds would document their work for all to see for years to come. Enjoy this unique compilation of their work put together as a single unit describing the theories of personality in detail.

©2012 Steven G. Carley (P)2013 Steven G. Carley

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Semi-passable narration, but good insight

Could have used a narrator with more convincing awareness of subject matter. This material is far too important to be brought down many notches by an uninterested voice.

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  • Belinda
  • 03-01-16

Helpful study tool

The recording quality and entertainment value could be improved, but it allows the listener to study and revise while on the move, which was helpful.