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20 Century Theorists

Freud Saw parents (usually mothers) as mainly responsible for gratifying their children's psychosexual needs and being responsible for how their development evolved
Deutsch Believed that healthy women did not need any help to learn how to parent, because they should know it instinctively
Alder Focused not on the inner conflicts and drives a person but on the interpersonal dimension.
Benedek believed that in addition to parental instincts, how one was parented, what one learned from that parenting, and how one parented did matter.
Individual psychology (Founded by Adler)Adler believed that each child was born unique and with an innate social interest in others
Behavioral genetics theory of Gesell suggested that the course of development was within the child and that the parents' role was simply to support the unfolding of their child's inherited predispositions and provide an environment that was appropriate for the child's maturation level.
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