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Arranz-Freijo, Enrique B.; Barreto-Zarza, Florencia – Early Child Development and Care, 2021
This paper presents a biographical profile of Alfred Adler aiming to provide a measured overview of the impact of Alfred Adler's work on the theoretical paradigms and research avenues of contemporary developmental psychology. The key concepts of his theory are exposed: Feeling of Inferiority, Strive to Overcome, Style of Life, Superiority Complex…
Descriptors: Biographies, Profiles, Developmental Psychology, Child Development
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Salgong, Victor Kipkemboi; Ngumi, Owen; Chege, Kimani – Journal of Education and Practice, 2016
The purpose of the study was to examine the role of guidance and counseling in enhancing student discipline in secondary schools in Koibatek district. The study was guided by Alfred Adler (1998) theory of personality, and humanistic theory of Albert Bandura (1995) social learning model. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Districts, Guidance, School Counseling
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Hirsch, Pam – History of Education, 2005
The psychology of Alfred Adler is traditionally considered to be one of the three so-called in-depth or psychoanalytic therapies, the other two being the theories of Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung. This article demonstrates that Adler's Individual Psychology was especially influential on teachers in Vienna between the two world wars. There…
Descriptors: Individual Psychology, Child Psychology, Educational Psychology, Psychiatry
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Sapp, Marty – Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 2010
This article discusses how Adlerian counseling can be used as a form of school counseling for African American adolescents. Moreover, school counseling for African American adolescents is discussed within the context of African American culture. Due to the strength-based nature of Adlerian approach, it can capitalize on African American…
Descriptors: School Counseling, African American Students, Adolescents, African American Culture
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Silverman, Norman N.; Corsini, Raymond J. – Teaching of Psychology, 1984
An evaluation of introductory college level psychology textbooks showed that Alfred Adler's psychology is either neglected or seriously distorted by most texts. (RM)
Descriptors: Educational Research, Higher Education, Introductory Courses, Psychology
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Glenn, Robert K.; Keith, Edwin M. – College Student Affairs Journal, 2002
Asserts that the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler should be used as a foundational theory for student affairs work. The success of community building programs is explained and the concepts of Individual Psychology are summarized. Also asserts that the current drive to develop programs to develop community on college campuses is firmly rooted…
Descriptors: College Environment, Community Development, Higher Education, Individual Psychology
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Seita, John – Reclaiming Children and Youth, 2010
In his classic book, "The Problem Child," Alfred Adler (1930) noted that if educators do not understand the "private logic" and goals of a young person, their interventions may do more harm than good. But it is not a natural process to empathize with persons who fight their well-intended efforts to help. Adults and young people are often pitted as…
Descriptors: Youth Problems, Young Adults, Logical Thinking, Empowerment
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Watts, Richard E. – Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 1996
Presents primary source documentation highlighting the similarities between Alfred Adler's social interest construct and the counselor-oriented core conditions of Carl Rogers. Implications of the similarities are discussed. (Author)
Descriptors: Congruence (Psychology), Counseling Techniques, Counseling Theories, Empathy
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DeVitis, Joseph L. – Educational Theory, 1985
This article discusses Freud's original psychoanalytic notions on women and morality and their influence on constructions of personality, power, culture, and socioeducational change. Also discussed is Freudian critic Alfred Adler's use of a larger external lens to focus women's lives in a wider context of "social interest" and social…
Descriptors: Ethics, Females, Moral Values, Psychiatry
McCurdy, Kenneth – 2003
The relationship between spirituality, and counseling and psychotherapy has been given increased attention in recent years. The author suggests that the teachings of Alfred Adler may assist counselor educators in integrating faith and learning in an unimposing manner respectful of religious tenets, focusing on spirituality, which can include…
Descriptors: Christianity, Counselor Educators, Counselor Training, Psychotherapy
Weaver, Anthony – New Era, 1971
A collection of essays on education printed in The New Era during the 1920-1930 era and written by: Beatrice Ensor, A. S. Neill, G. Bernard Shaw, Adolphe Ferriere, C. G. Jung, Martin Buber, Alfred Adler, Harold Rugg, Ovide Decroly, and Paul Langevin. (SE)
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Educational Psychology, Educational Responsibility
Corsini, Raymond – Journal of the International Association of Pupil Personnel Workers, 1981
Paper presented at the 66th Convention of the International Association of Pupil Personnel Workers, October 20, 1980, Baltimore, Maryland, describes individual education based on the principles of Alfred Adler. Defines six advantages of individual education, emphasizing student responsibility, mutual respect, and allowing students to progress at…
Descriptors: Discipline Policy, Educational Objectives, Educational Theories, Elementary Secondary Education
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Linden, George W. – WICAZO SA Review, 1994
Reflects on the Lakota myth of the winds from a psychological-sociological point of view with the purpose of destroying several false myths relating to children and family dynamics. Recounts the myth and relates it to Alfred Adler's views of the family constellation and birth order as a basis for personality determination. (RAH)
Descriptors: American Indian Culture, American Indian Literature, American Indians, Behavior Patterns
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Leong, Frederick T. L.; Hartung, Paul J.; Goh, David; Gaylor, Michael – Journal of Career Assessment, 2001
Study 1 (n=159) found significant differences in vocational personality types, interests, and values depending on birth order. Study 2 (n=119) found significant differences in occupational interests by birth order. Both results support Alfred Adler's theory that birth order determines aspects of vocational behavior. (Contains 33 references.) (SK)
Descriptors: Birth Order, Career Choice, Personality Traits, Values
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Keller, James F.; Moore, Marian B. – American Annals of the Deaf, 1974
In an attempt to reduce classroom misbehavior and encourage positive accomplishments among congenitally deaf children, a democratic theoretical model based on the concepts of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs was applied with 27 deaf children (ages 4 to 9 years) in four classes. (LC)
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Children, Classroom Techniques, Congenital Impairments
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