Sullivans Interpersonal Model
Paul Jhon T. Maron
Harry Stack Sullivan (September 18, 2013l psychiatry or Interpersonal Psychoanalysis He proposed interpersonal theory of personality.
He explained the role of interpersonal relationships and social experiences in shaping personality. He also explained about the importance of current life events to psychopathology. The theory further states that the purpose of all behavior is to get needs met through interpersonal interactions and decrease or avoid anxiety. Harry Stack Sullivan was the first American theorist to construct a comprehensive personality theory in which he believed that development of the personality occurred within the context of the social group. Sullivan also identified different personifications or images that individuals develop. These may be accurate or distorted by needs and anxiety. They include the Bad Mother/Good Mother, the Me Personification, and the Eidetic Personification
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Sullivan believed that relationships do in fact change and affect the developmental stages of a person's life during the course of their life. He thought that as people change it can affect or change the relationship they have with others. Sullivan believed that a person only has in their mind what has been embedded there through interpersonal relationships and those experiences had with other people. He did not believe that the mind could contain anything more than that. He believed that a person is only motivated by the environmental influences that stem from interpersonal relationships, and that an individual is not motivated or driven by their instincts at all. Based on Sullivan's beliefs there would not be the presence of free will because he was of the mindset that people have only what is put there as determined through these interactions with others.
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