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Neo-Freudians: Horney and Adler

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This lesson will explain basic anxiety as a result of ego feeling threatened or overwhelmed. Adler's view that proposed the main driving force in personality is not in the unconscious, rather is a striving for superiority will be defined and examined.

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Tutorial

This lesson will explain basic anxiety as a result of ego feeling threatened or overwhelmed. Adler's view that proposed the main driving force in personality is not in the unconscious, rather is a striving for superiority will be defined and examined.

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Notes for "Neo-Freudians: Horney and Adler"

 Overview

(00:00-03:08) Alfred Adler's Contributions

(03:08-05:56) Karen's Horney's Contributions


TERMS TO KNOW
  • Striving for Superiority

    Wanting to overcome our own limitations and inadequacies, or feelings of inferiority.

  • Basic Anxiety

    General feelings of isolation and helplessness from the world.