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Prescott Lecky: Pioneer in Consistency Theory and Cognitive Therapy
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Self-Consistency: A Theory of Personality
Prescott Lecky November 1, — May 30,  was a lecturer of Psychology at Columbia University from to At a time when American psychology was dominated by behaviorism , he developed the concept of self-help as a method in psychotherapy of the self in the s. His concepts influenced Maxwell Maltz in his writing of the classic self-help book , Psycho-Cybernetics. Lecky stressed the defense mechanism of resistance as an individual's method of regulating his self-concept. Lecky's self-consistency theory is that self-consistency is a primary motivating force in human behavior. Lecky's theory concerned the organization of ideas of the self and the self's overall need for a "master" motive that serves to maintain for the self a consistency in ideas. Kennedy when he was having trouble at Choate preparatory school.