Karen Horney's Psychoanalytic Social Theory Quiz
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Karen Horney's Psychoanalytic Social Theory Quiz

Test your knowledge of Karen Horney's psychoanalytic social theory and her views on neurotic trends. This quiz will cover the overview of her theories of personality and the impact of social and cultural conditions on later personality development.

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Questions and Answers

According to Karen Horney's psychoanalytic social theory, what has a powerful effect on later personality?

Social and cultural conditions

Where was Karen Horney born?

Germany

What field did Karen Horney study in?

Medicine

Where did Karen Horney settle after leaving Germany?

<p>New York</p> Signup and view all the answers

What type of theory did Karen Horney develop?

<p>Socially oriented theory</p> Signup and view all the answers

Karen Horney's psychoanalytic social theory assumes that social and cultural conditions, especially during ______, have a powerful effect on later personality.

<p>childhood</p> Signup and view all the answers

Horney accepted many of Freud's observations, but she objected to most of his interpretations, including his notions on ______ psychology.

<p>feminine</p> Signup and view all the answers

Karen Horney, who was born in ______ in 1885 was one of the first women in that country admitted to medical school.

<p>Germany</p> Signup and view all the answers

In her mid-40s, Horney left Germany to settle in the ______, first in Chicago and then in New York.

<p>United States</p> Signup and view all the answers

She soon abandoned orthodox psychoanalysis in favour of a more socially oriented theory-one that had a more positive view of ______ development.

<p>feminine</p> Signup and view all the answers

Study Notes

Karen Horney's Life and Theory

  • Karen Horney was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1885.
  • She was one of the first women in Germany to be admitted to medical school.
  • Horney studied in the field of medicine.
  • In her mid-40s, she left Germany to settle in the United States, first in Chicago and then in New York.

Karen Horney's Psychoanalytic Social Theory

  • Horney's theory assumes that social and cultural conditions, especially during childhood, have a powerful effect on later personality.
  • She developed a psychoanalytic social theory, which is a socially oriented theory with a more positive view of human development.
  • Horney accepted many of Freud's observations, but she objected to most of his interpretations, including his notions on feminine psychology.

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