An Implicit Theory of Personality, Illness and Cure Found in the Writings of Neo-Pentecostal Faith Teachers

Volume
Volume 12
Issue
Winter 1984
Title
An Implicit Theory of Personality, Illness and Cure Found in the Writings of Neo-Pentecostal Faith Teachers
Abstract

Rychlak (1981) has suggested that a personality theory is framed around very specific constructs or criteria. When Rychlak'€™s constructs are applied to the writings of a group of non-pentecostals known as faith teachers, an inherent or implicit theory of personality, illness, and cure emerges. This implicit theory of personality held unself-consciously by the faith teachers is made explicit in this article.

Author
Dr. D.L. Clark
Pages
279 - 285
Price
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