Lectures, Lecture Notes and Outlines from Personality Instructors.

Gene Youngblood lecturing at Rochester Institute of Technology, 1982. Lecture-RIT by Anonymous - Gene Youngblood. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

Alfred Adler Victor Daniels, Sonoma State University, provides these lecture notes which provide an excellent overview of Adler's theories, techniques, including the definitions of many terms.

Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Bandura, Albert on Social Learning and Self-Efficacy from Victor Daniels at Sonoma State University.

Raymond B. Cattell Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Raymond B. Cattell Lecture notes by Chris VerWys, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Erik Erikson Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Erik Erikson's Psychoanalytic Ego Psychology by Michael T Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Evolutionary Psychology The Department of Psychology at the University of Plymouth provides study and learning materials online for some of their course. This page, by Paul Kenyon for a course on Evolutionary Psychobiology, discusses sexual selection, emotion, depression and many other topics.

Hans Eysenck Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Sigmund Freud slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalysis by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Sigmund Freud Yale University now has many courses available in video, audio, and written form as part of their Open Yale program. Includes reading assignments and class notes. Listen to this lecture on Sigmund Freud from Paul Bloom's Introduction to Psychology course from the Spring of 2007. "This lecture introduces students to the theories of Sigmund Freud, including a brief biographical description and his contributions to the field of psychology. The limitations of his theories of psychoanalysis are covered in detail, as well as the ways in which his conception of the unconscious mind still operate in mainstream psychology today."

Erich Fromm Victor Daniels, Sonoma State University, provides these lecture notes which provide an excellent overview of Fromm's theories and techniques, including the the four nonproductive personality orientations.

Karen Horney Victor Daniels, Sonoma State University, provides these lecture notes which provide an excellent overview of Horney's theories, techniques, including her theoretical disagreements with Freud.

Karen Horney's Social Ego Theory by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Intelligence and Psychological Testing James Neill at the University of Canberra has these lecture outlines from his undergraduate class on personality and individual differences.

Carl G. Jung slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Carl Jung Victor Daniels, Sonoma State University, provides these lecture notes which provide an excellent overview of Jung's theories. Also see his handout to go with the material.

Carl Jung A lecture outline of Jung's theories and therapeutic techniques by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

George Kelly slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Learned Helplessness Extensive overview of learned helplessness, depression, and related theories including graphs and charts from the University of Plymouth, U.K.

Locus of Control Lecture outline, including exercises for introducing the concept of Locus of Control. By James Neill, Centre for Applied Psychology at the University of Canberra, Australia.

Abraham Maslow Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Abraham Maslow Victor Daniels, Sonoma State University, provides these lecture notes which provide an excellent overview of Maslow's theories and beliefs, including a list of the characteristics of self-actualizers.

Abraham Maslow's Basic and Growth Needs by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Walter Mischel Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Henry Murray and Personology by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Operant Conditioning Lecture notes of R.W.Kentridge of Durham University, UK.

Positive Psychology Yale University now has many courses avaible in video, audio, and written form as part of their Open Yale program. Includes reading assignments and class notes. Listen to this lecture on happiness from Paul Bloom's Introduction to Psychology course from the Spring of 2007. "Professor Bloom ends with a review of one of the most interesting research topics in "positive psychology," happiness. What makes us happy? How does happiness vary across person and culture? What is happiness for? Students will hear how the most recent research in psychology attempts to answer these questions and learn how people are surprisingly bad at predicting what will make them happiest."

Psychosexual Differentiation The Department of Psychology at the University of Plymouth provides study and learning materials online for some of their course. This page, by Paul Kenyon for a course on Psychosexual Differentiation, discusses all aspects of gender development and gender differences.

Research Methods Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Carl Rogers Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Carl Rogers Victor Daniels, Sonoma State University, provides these lecture notes which provide an excellent overview of Rogers theories and techniques.

Carl Roger's Person-Centered Theory by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

B. F. Skinner and Radical Behaviorism by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. See also Moderate and Cognitive Behaviorists including classical and instrumental conditioning, Albert Bandura, and Walter Mischel)

B. F. Skinner and Behaviorism Yale University now has many courses avaible in video, audio, and written form as part of their Open Yale program. Includes reading assignments and class notes. Listen to this lecture on B. F. Skinner from Paul Bloom's Introduction to Psychology course from the Spring of 2007. "Professor Bloom opens with a brief discussion of the value and evolutionary basis of unconscious processing. The rest of this lecture introduces students to the theory of Behaviorism, particularly the work of prominent behaviorist, B. F. Skinner. Different types of learning are discussed in detail, as well as reasons why behaviorism has been largely displaced as an adequate theory of human mental life."

What is Personality? A lecture outline addressing the questions: What is personality and what are theories of personality? How are personality theories evaluated? by Michael T. Hynan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.


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