The Case Of Earnst
This chapter begins by describing Earnst’s physical appearance. It then tells about his family and educational background. It also explains that Earnst’s exposure to the presses like Frequent Illness, Family Poverty, and Family Discord had an effect of special significance, as shown by the reports that this study had gathered. It adds that his experiences manifested in his personality; he was outstandingly low in all affiliative variables and in the socially directed needs for Dominance and Exhibition. It discusses that Earnst, at present, is completely severed from his early life and from his family. It discusses four themas that may have affected Earnst’s manifested personality. It tells of the tests that Earnst took and his reponses to them.
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