History and Evolution of Freudian Theory Understanding Freud’s ideas regarding the unconscious mind is foundational to developing a theoretic understanding of human behavior. However, for the doctor a History and Evolution of Freudian Theory Understanding Freud’s ideas regarding the unconscious mind is foundational to developing a theoretic understanding of human behavior. However, for the doctoral learner to adequately explore the field of psychology, it is important to understand what motivated these Neo?
Freudian theorists to propose alternative perspectives and how their differing ideas advanced the field of psychology. Building from the outline you submitted in Topic 2, you will further explore the history and evolution of Freudian theory and the rise of Neo?
Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:
Refer to the outline you submitted in Topic 2 and any related comments or feedback from your instructor.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
Refer to Chapters 2?
4 of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) for specific guidelines related to doctoral level writing. These chapters contain essential information on manuscript structure and content, clear and concise writing, and academic grammar and usage.
This assignment requires that at least two additional scholarly research sources related to this topic, and at least one in-text citation from each source be included.
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Using the outline from Topic 2 as a starting point along with instructor feedback from the outline submission, write a paper (1,500?1,750 words) in which you discuss the history and evolution of Freudian theory. Include the following in your paper:
A discussion of the history of and concepts originating in the first 10 years of Freudian theory. This is based on your first major heading and the related subtopics and details of your Topic 2 outline.A discussion of the concept and history of Freudian psycho-sexual development. This is based on your second major heading and the related subtopics and details of your Topic 2 outline.A discussion of the concept and development of Freud’s structural model.A discussion of how Freudian theory aligns or contrasts with elements of culture and the Christian worldview.A discussion of how the contrasts identified above highlighted problems with Freudian theory leading to the development of Neo?Freudian theories and a further evolution of the field of psychology.
RUBRIC Maximum Points: 230.
Ensure you review the format and headers below and model your paper in accordance. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in a 0 in the Instructor Integration portion of the rubric. You may exceed the word count at no penalty. If, however, you go below the word count a penalty will be incurred.
The M4 paper should include the following headers
Introduction (set the tone for the paper in strong scholarly language. Do NOT use questions in the introduction; instead frame strong, scholarly statements and develop a thesis statement relative to the assignment intent. Do NOT write in first or second person voice. Do NOT introduce articles. The paper is not about articles; instead, it is about the derived, holistic themes after several weeks of reading.)Common Themes In Reviewed Articles (A theme is something that is present in at least three of the articles. For each individual theme, at least three of the articles must be cited to show that the theme emerged in the majority of reading. Failure to cite at least three articles per theme will result in lost points and does not constitute a themed topic. Do NOT write “theme 1,2,3” in your paper; instead you should give each theme a specific name.)
The First 10 years (refer to rubric item)
Psychosexual Development Freud’s Stuctural Model
Discussion (here you cover items 4 and 5 from the instructions. You may use subheaders if you like – the choice is yours.)