Theories of Personality Development

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THEORIES OF PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT (2 Credits/Compulsory) Course Code: CED 403 Course Title: Theories of Personality Development and Adjustment. Number of Credits: 2 Credits Course Duration: Two hours per week for 15 weeks (30 hours). As taught in 2010/2011 session Lecturer’s name: ONIYE, Abdulrazaq Olayinka Qualifications: B.A.Ed (Islamic Studies Education: Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University Sokoto); M.Ed; PhD (Guidance and Counselling: University of Ilorin); Cert. (Data Processing: University of Ilorin). E-mail address: oniyerasaq@unilorin.edu.ng Office Location: Room 15, Department of Counsellor Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ilorin, Nigeria Consultation Hours: Wednesdays and Fridays 12-3pm (Wed), 3-5pm(Fri)…show more content…
Ipaye,7 B. (1995). Guidance and counselling for Nigerian schools: Lagos: Chayoobi Printers and Publishers, pp 201-203 Week 3: Psychosexual stages of Development 5 Objective: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: • Highlight the psychosexual stages of development • Explain the developmental impact of toilet training on personality development • Elucidate on the influence of parental acceptance or rejection on personality development Description The lecture focuses on psychosexual stages of development and the developmental impact of toilet training n personality development. The lecture laid emphasis on the influence of parental acceptance or rejection on personality development of an individual Study Questions 1. What are the psychosexual stages of development you know? 2. Discuss with the aid of relevant illustration the influence of parental acceptance or rejection on personality development? 3. How do you think that the manner of toilet training received by a child could influence his development?. Reading List 1. Uba,2 A. (2010).Theories of personality. Claverianum Press: Ibadan. Pp 7-11 2. Omoegun,4 M. (2001). A functional approach to practicum in counselling.Bab Sheriff Ltd: Ikorodu, p.131 3. Ipaye,7 B. (1995). Guidance and counselling for Nigerian schools: Lagos: Chayoobi Printers and Publishers, pp 205-296. Week 4: Techniques of Inquiry (Sigmund Freud) Objective: At the end of the lesson, students should be able
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