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Interpersonal diagnosis of personality: A functional theory and methodology for personality evaluation

Author(s): Leary T

Abstract

The book is concerned with interpersonal behavior as observed in the psychotherapeutic setting. The approach might be called dynamic behaviorism, which has two attributes: the impact one person has in interaction with others and the interaction of psychological pressures among different levels of personality. The book is subdivided as follows: Part I. Basic assumptions about personality theory. Part II. Interpersonal dimension of personality—variables, levels, diagnostic categories. Part III. Variability dimension of personality theory and variables. Part IV. Interpersonal diagnosis of personality. Part V. Applications of the interpersonal system. An appendix contains appropriate tables and illustrative materials.

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