Explaining how the psychoanalysis perspective fits as the founding movement in the history and systems of psychology helps the doctoral learner prepare for research into describing human behavior. Further, understanding the basic components of the ego and the philosophic influences of ego development allow for enhanced understanding of the learner’s self and those with whom the learner comes in contact including the human subjects of empirical research. In this assignment, you will explore the history of Freudian theory and create a partial outline of the larger paper you will write for submission in Topic 4.Using the information from Chapters 1 and 2 of the Ellman text as well as at least two additional scholarly sources, draft a sentence outline (an outline where subtopics and details are expressed as complete sentences) for the first part of the paper you will write later in the course.Use the follow
- Freud: The First 10 Years
- Freud: Psycho-Sexual Development
Add at least two subtopics to each of the major headings and at lease two details for each subtopic.
Include a reference list as a separate section at the end of the outline.
- Refer to Chapters 2-4 of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) for specific guidelines related to doctoral level writing. These chapters contain essential information on manuscript structure and content, clear and concise writing, and academic grammar and usage.