Relationships between parents' Adlerian personality priorities and dimensions of family environment
AdvisorChristopherson, V. A.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractAdlerian theory of personality development cites personality priorities as beliefs that influence behavior. Priorities such as control and perfection, for example, are goals we strive for and act on. We determine our priorities early in life as means for accomplishing a sense of belonging. Since parents create the first interpersonal climate from which children learn to relate to others and life, this research investigates the part parents' personality priorities play in creating that family climate.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
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