MUST BE NEW AND ORIGINAL WORK NOT GIVEN TO OTHER STUDENTS. Write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in the accurate representation and attribution of sources; and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Include citations in the text and references at the end of the document in APA format. ONLY NEED WEEK 1 AND THE SECTION BELOW COMPLETED.PLEASE READ INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY. IN TEXT CITATION AND MUST CITE ALL REFERENCE IN APA FORMAT–ORIGINAL WORK ONLY
1. Key Figures:
2. Key concepts of personality formation:
3. Explanation of the disordered personality:
As your team is putting together this assignment, include the following things for each section:
Key figures: who are the main theorists associated with the theory? (This should be like a mini-biography, not just a listing of names.)
Key concepts: what are the key components and concepts that make up the theory?
Explanation of disordered personality: how is this theory used to explain the causes of a personality disorder? What are some of parts used in the explanation? How would a theorist explain the development of a personality disorder based on this theory?
Scientific credibility: is this theory testable? If yes, what are some of the ways that it is tested? What are some of the tests used? If not, why is it not testable?
Comprehensiveness: does this theory look at the whole person? Does it address all parts of personality, or does it look at only various components?
Applicability: how is this theory used in the world of psychology in a professional manner? Think about different types of psychology that the theory might be used in, and talk about how (i.e. counseling, educational, I.O.). Provide specific examples here.
Note: the information provided in the tables should not just be a listing. I would like to see explanations and applications of the concepts that you are discussing for each theory. With that in mind, your sections should be similar to a substantive posting. Make sure that you are utilizing in-text citations.