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Transcript of Kurt Cobain
self-frustration & merciless self-accusation
relentless demands on self Eysenck's Big Three Psychoticism (vs Tender-mindedness) : High
Neuroticism (vs Stability) : High
Extraversion (vs Introversion) : Low & High gifted NEO-ANALYTICAL BIOLOGICAL DISPOSITIONAL APPROACHES -Kurt Cobain Henry Murray
Need for achievement
Need for power
Need for affiliation Manic State Depressive State Definition Bipolar I: 1 or more manic/mixed episodes Assumption:
Social & cultural conditions especially childhood experiences , are largely responsible for shaping personality Basic Hostility unsatisfied needs for love and affection during childhood
hostility towards parents Basic anxiety Basic Intrapsychic Conflict Idealized self-image
Self-hatred Personality Types Ways to combat anxiety Moving toward
Moving away Neurotics rigidly rely on one Compliant
Detached Neurotics compulsive behavior generates Bibliography Biography.com. (2012). Kurt Cobain. Retrieved from http://www.biography.com/people/kurt-cobain-9542179 Bipolar-Lives.com. (n.d.). Kurt Cobain and Manic Depression. Retrieved from http://www.bipolar-lives.com/kurt-cobain-and-manic-depression.html Illinois Valley Community College. (n.d.). Psychoanalytic Social Theory – Karen Horney [PDF document]. Retrieved from http://www.ivcc.edu/uploadedFiles/_faculty/_mangold/Horney%20and%20Psychoanalytic%20Social%20Theory.pdf Jackson, M. (2005). Kurt Cobain’s Journals: Masturbating Problems. Retrieved from http://moejackson.com/2005/01/30/2005-01-30-kurt-cobains-journals-masturbating-problems/ Martin, M. (2005). Kurt Cobain. Minnesota: Capstone Press. Midwestern State University. (n.d.). Eysenck’s Trait Theory [Powerpoint slides]. Retrieved from http://www.google.com.sg/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=9&ved=0CHsQFjAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Ffaculty.mwsu.edu%2Fpsychology%2Fpaul.guthrie%2Fpowerpoint%2Feysenck.ppt&ei=cvx1UIz7Moi8rAedk4HADw&usg=AFQjCNEiwKT8wwPQb1bTElNAC7HSc3tkng NNDB: Tracking The Entire World. (n.d.). Kurt Cobain. Retrieved from http://www.nndb.com/people/939/000025864/ Tremblay, P. (n.d.). The Suicide of Kurt Cobain: A victim of the Binary and Binophobia?. Retrieved from http://www.youth-suicide.com/gay-bisexual/news/kurt-cobain-god-gay.htm Rolling Stone Artists. (n.d.). Kurt Cobain. Retrieved from http://www.rollingstone.com/music/artists/kurt-cobain/biography Bipolar II: at least 1 hypomanic episode & 1 or more major depressive episode