The unconscious is vast and bottomless its mystery cannot be easily known motives. The extent to which an individual has the bodily characteristics commonly identified with numbers of the opposite sex. a. Love is Jesus's only command and the tra- dition's standard of 'perfection'. Equilibration involves the person striking a balance between himself and the environment, between assimilation and accommodation. 0000000656 00000 n List of popular theories of psychology: 1. 1. He then analyzed the form of moral reasoning displayed, rather than its conclusion, and classified it as belonging to one of six distinct stages. Accommodation means existing structures change to accommodate to the new information. However, Erikson states that each of these processes occur throughout the lifetime in one form or another, and he emphasizes these “phases” only because it is at these times that the conflicts become most prominent. The following are the advantages and limitations of Sheldon Theory of personality: 1. d. Its job is to take over the instincts from the id as far as it can, and make them conform the reality principle. Tabular Representation of Multi-Factor Theory by Thurstone: Cannon’s Theory regarding emotion also is known as the ‘Emergence Theory’ or the ‘Hypothalamic theory’. The psycho formation can be represented by to biographically as three aspects: Conscious is a part of psyche. 0000003125 00000 n The thalamus attaches to this an emotional quality and passes it on the cerebral cortex so that the person experiences a specific emotion. Cannon’s Theory 6. This mechanisms making weak physiologically and psychologically. We identify to the person whom we get pleasure. of Psychology, Christopher Newport University, One University Place, Newport News, Virginia 23606; e-mail: kewright@cnu.edu. Assimilation involves the incorporation of new events into pre-existing cognitive structures. Three primary clusters of traits could account for 1225 correlations among the traits were studied: (1) Viscerotionia trait is closely associated with digestive and vishal process. Piaget Theory of Development 2. c. It cannot explain its command because source of its authority, rudiments of super ego where inherited from primitive man kinds and takes shape Oedipus complex. Conflicts are resolved by discriminate decision and renunciation, weighting the pros and cons. The mechanism is function, ways and means between Id, and super ego. He worked with groups of four tests. Viscerotonia trait is most closely related to endomorphy temperament. 3. 0000001151 00000 n Law of parsimony (economy). The six stages of moral development are grouped into three levels- pre-conventional morality, conventional morality, and post-conventional morality. Children need to explore, to manipulate, to experiment, to question, and to search out answers’ for themselves—activity is essential. 0000001026 00000 n The extent to which a person shows a lack of harmony or markedly uneven mixture of the basic components in any part of his body. 1. 0000005996 00000 n Thurstone’s Multiple Factor Theory 5. Freud’s theory made at about the same time as him shift from the ego libido polarity of motive to the life and death insects, had to do with doctrine of the unconscious. He did research work at Oxford. For his studies, Kohlberg relied on stories such as the Heinz dilemma, and was interested in how individuals would justify their actions if placed in similar more dilemmas. The teacher’s task is not to task, but to prepare and arrange a series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for the child. It is the solution of basic urges through the substitution a socially acceptable goal, there is redirection of basic urge into socially approved channel, the manifested behaviour are not only socially acceptable, but have definite social values. 3. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate It acts as threshold. He has emphasized on a continuous variable approach for the measurement of constitutional as opposed to the earlier method of classification on the basis of broad discontinuity. Key Words spirituality, religious cognition and emotions, personality, measurement Abstract This chapter discusses progress in the psychology of religion by high-lighting its rapid growth during the past 25 years.