Personality: Development and Assessment

By Charles M. Harsh; H. G. Schrickel | Go to book overview

Subject Index
Abilities
in middle and old age, 290-93
intellectual, in adolescence, 222-24
physical, in adolescence, 200-201
Acceptance-rejection
and early appearance, 45
and sense of obligation, 150-51
in infancy, 64-66
Accomplishment, 13-14, 381
Act habits, 316
Activity, need for, 364-65
Activity-passivity polarity, 336
Adequacy, 181-83
constitutional, 163-66
Adjustive functions, of attitudes, 194
Adjustment
and self-insight, 488-89
infant care and, 61-70
inventories, 405-8
of person to society, 485-89
of society to person, 490-96
Adjustment techniques, learning of, 120- 21
Aesthetic man, 320
Affective associations, in childhood, 116- 19
Affective labels, learned in childhood, 118-19
Age-reference group; see Peer culture
Aggregates, 462-63
Aging
and abilities, 290-93
physiological, 286-90
Allergies, 87
Allport and Vernon Study of Values, 410
Alpha situation, 364
Alter ego, 256
Ambiguity and perception, 88, 115
Ambivalence, 334
Anaclitic love, 266
Anal stage, 340-41
Analytical psychology, 346-49
Animus, 347
Anxiety, 116-17
and change of status, 68-70
basic, 354
in pregnancy, 273-74
narcissistic, 266
neurotic, 75
primordial, 61
socialized, 228
Appetites
and preferences, 102-4
and sensitization, 77-79
Archetype, 347
Arousal, 73-74
autonomic, 106-8
Ascendance-Submission Reaction Study, 406
Associationism, 315-16
Associations, in childhood
affective, 116-19
redintegrative, 113
selective, 82-84
Attitudes, 193-96, 360
rigidity of, 294-95
tests of, 411-14
Authoritarian personality, 413
Autistic gestures, 119
Autonomic response patterns, 392-93
Autonomy, 128-35, 213-19
of unit acts, 90-91
Avocations, 252-55
Awareness, 80-82
of body, 127-28
B type, 319
Bachelorhood, 276-79
Barrier, 358-59
scores, 163

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