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# Module Assessment: Personality Theory Case Study Analysis The Module Assessment is made up of two parts - Part A, Personality Theory Case Study Analysis paper, and Part B, Personality Theory Matrix. U

**Module Assessment: Personality Theory Case Study Analysis**

The Module Assessment is made up of two parts - Part A, Personality Theory Case Study Analysis paper, and Part B, Personality Theory Matrix. Use the Assignment instructions below to guide the creation of your paper and the completion of your matrix.

**To Prepare**

- Review the feedback received on your case study analyses completed in Weeks 2-6.
- Review your completed Personality Theory Matrix.

**Module Assessment—Part A: Personality Theory Case Study Analysis (11–12 pages (in addition to title page and References); 50 points)**

Based on the information you gained from reading the Week 2 Learning Resources, "The Case of Mrs. C,” complete the following parts to generate a single paper in narrative form that integrates the Instructor feedback received from the Discussions and Assignments in Weeks 2-6 .

Use your completed Personality Theory Matrix to support your analysis.

Integrate Learning Activity resources and scholarly materials from your own research in your analyses and provide citations and references in APA format. References should be combined in one list at the end of the document.

**Introduction**—(1–2 paragraphs)

- Introduce the purpose and content of the paper.

**Part 1: Theoretical Perspective—Psychoanalytic**(1 page; from Week 2)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the psychoanalytic theoretical orientation.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the psychoanalytic theoretical orientation.

**Part 2: Theoretical Perspective—Trait**(1 page; from Week 2)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the trait theoretical orientation.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the trait theoretical orientation.

**Part 3: Theoretical Perspective—Neo-Psychoanalytic**(1 page; from Week 3)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the neo-psychoanalytic theoretical orientation.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the neo-psychoanalytic theoretical orientation.

**Part 4: Theoretical Perspective—Behavioral**(1 page; from Week 3)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the behavioral theoretical orientation.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the behavioral theoretical orientation.

**Part 5: Theoretical Perspective—Humanistic and Existential**(1 page; from Week 4)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the humanistic or existential theoretical orientations.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the humanistic or existential theoretical orientations.

**Part 6: Theoretical Perspective—Biological and Evolutionary**(1 page; from Week 5)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the biological or evolutionary theoretical orientations.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the biological or evolutionary theoretical orientations.

**Part 7: Theoretical Perspective—Integrative**(1 page; from Week 5)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the integrative theoretical orientation.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the integrative theoretical orientation.

**Part 8: Theoretical Perspective—Cognitive and Social Cognitive**(1 page; from Week 6)

- Analyze Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, from the perspective of one theory you choose from the cognitive or social cognitive theoretical orientations.
- Offer suggestions for assessments and interventions to use with Mrs. C from the perspective of the one theory you chose from the cognitive or social cognitive theoretical orientations.

**Part 9: Theoretical Perspective Justification**(2 pages)

- Based on the eight analyses you completed in Parts 1 through 8 of this assessment, select and justify the theoretical orientation that you believe offers the best analysis of Mrs. C’s symptoms, including cultural considerations, and offers the most relevant assessments and interventions for her case. Support your analyses and justification by integrating scholarly materials from the Learning Resources for this Module, as well as other scholarly materials you find during your own research.

**Conclusion**: (1-2 paragraphs)

- End the paper with a conclusion summarizing the main points in the paper.

**Part 10: References**

- Cite and reference your work in APA format.

**Module Assessment—Part B: Personality Theory Matrix** (25 points)

- Complete your matrix spreadsheet about personality theories.

**Module Assessment—Part B: Personality Theory Matrix (25 points)**

Complete your matrix spreadsheet about personality theories.

**By Day 7**

**Submit** bothyour**Personality Theory Case Study Analysis**and**Personality Theory Matrix**by**Day 7**.