Can you please answer these questions and cite your reference(s).
1. The neo-Freudian theories were some of the first theories that considered the role of the social environment in shaping emotion, thought and behavior. When contrasted with Freud’s psychosexual theory, do the neo-Freudian theories present a more accurate view of personality development? Why or why not?
2. Neo-Freudian theories identify multiple interactions in the social environment as components that contribute to the development of personality. Is the parent-child interaction a significant component of the neo-Freudian theories of personality development (e.g., would neo-Freudian theories be viable without this component?)? Why or why not?