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psychodynamic theory


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Victor Turner (1920—1983) social anthropologist

 

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A major theoretical approach to the study of personality based mainly on in-depth examination of the whole person and his or her unconscious motives. The most influential proponent was Sigmund Freud (1836–1939), who believed that personality resulted from a dynamic interaction between its three components: the id, the ego, and the superego.

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