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Introduction to Theories of Human Behavior

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OUTLINE:

  1. A) INTRODUCTION
  2. B) THEORIES OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR:
  3. Freud’s Personality Development Theory;
  4. Behaviorists’ Approaches to Human Nature
  5. Trait-oriented Theorist Eysenck and Cattell.
  6. Motivation theory of Maslow, Clayton Alderfer’s ERG Theory and Murray
  7. Cognitive Theory of Piaget and Others
  8. Modern Theories: Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
  9. Emotional Intelligence theories
  10. C) CONCLUSION
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