What are the similarities between the psychoanalytic theory and the behaviorist theory?
There are not many similarities between psychoanalytic theory and behaviorist theory. Psychoanalytic theory is based on the unconscious and conscious thoughts of a person where as Behaviorism is based on the behavior of an individual without taking into account any thoughts or cognitions of the individual. The only similarity that I see is that they are both theories to explain human behavior – one looking at thoughts and one completely ignoring thoughts.
- Is FT rooted in any other theory of human development such as Birth Order Theory, Cognitive-Behavioral Theory, Freudian or Psychoanalytic Theory, Spiritualism, or any other known psychiatric method?
- What are the similarities between Lifetrack theory and organismic or systems theory that views personality as an open system of interacting parts?
- What are the similarities between the psychoanalytic theory and the behaviorist theory?