Joined 9 years ago
Glenda’s interests and expertise include a passion for teaching and learning through promoting critical thinking in the designing and creating of qualitative, quantitative, and arts-based research. Educational experience includes a BS in Business/International Business, MSAP in Applied Psychology/ Program Evaluation, and she is currently a PhD student in General Psychology. Experience in research includes topic areas such as psychology, spirituality, creativity, problem solving, human development, change, individuation, transformational learning, and appreciative inquiry. Glenda’s inspirational motto is “I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself” by D. H. Lawrence.
8 years ago
MYTH, FREUD, AND MODERN PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Concepts commonly referred to in the discussion of the definition of personality might include persona, ego, self, or personal identity. Labels and schema will vary according to theoretical...
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