The psychoanalytic there are three levels of awareness conscious, preconscious and unconscious. Conscious is the mind activity thinking called the Working memory. The preconscious is the part of the mind that available when it is needed but you are not currently aware of at the time. Examples are wishes you may have or thoughts. Unconscious are the things that are kept out of conscious awareness. Next, humanistic is that people have free will and they play an active role in determining how they behave. Also, this focuses on experiences that you have had in different areas of life. This theory believes that this is determined by your choices and not by fate. Personality traits ca be simple or complex. A few personality traits are kind, considerate, loving, compassionate, funny, outgoing, shy, self-centered and talkative. These are all words or ways to describe what kind of person you are. For example if some tells you that you are a shy person this would describe you someone who keeps to themselves. Everyone has their own traits that is what makes each there own. Social cognitive is a learning theory that people learn by watching others. This theory states people learn all their behavior by watching what others do or don’t do. We do create some of our morals from what we watch others do that we might agree with or disagree with. Last, the biological of personality states that our genes make up plays role as to how we develop as an adult. Our biological make up plays a huge…
Personality, Attitudes, and Values Reflections
Personalities are the relatively stable feelings, thoughts, and behavioral patterns that people have. Behavior is jointly determined by the person and the situation. Personalities make people different from each other. If we can understand someone’s personality, we can get clues on how he or she might act in certain situations.
Our personalities change and evolve from experiences that we have had. Our personalities are also determined by…
Personality refers to the personal characteristic that determines the way that individual interacts with the outside world (Quester, Pettigrew and Hawkins 2011, p. 314). It is shape by the way people are educated and treated in the society (Thorpe 1893).
Human-beings are constantly modified by the social regulations and peer pressures through the process of learning, such as the social expectation of individuals to obey the law and respect the rights of others; the social ability to get along with…
Personalities vary from person to person and may have more similarities between siblings, parents and child and even in twins. Researchers has sought to figure out the background on personalities with questions such as “What they are?” to “How they are distributed to one human being to the next?” Personality traits has been narrowed down to five very important traits that may include the definitions of others with-in. These are said to be the best five to distinguish the overall personality of a…
6 October 2013
Personality of a Cheerleader
“Ready? Okay! Go Tigers go!” screamed Lexie at the top of her lungs. Lexie is a DSHS Junior Varsity cheerleader, and loves getting everyone pumped up at the pep rallies. Lexie recently took the Keirsey Personality test, and was not surprised to find out that she has an extrovert personality. The Keirsey Personality test is a series of questions that catigorizes each person that takes it into four of eight different personality types. Lexie has an…
Strong Personalities Are Weak When Faced With Change
Apr. 30, 2013 — Management teams with members who have strong personality traits have difficulty adapting to rapid changes in their surroundings, according to new study.
Companies and organisations must be able to adapt to sudden changes in their surroundings.
There are many examples of organisations that no longer exist because they did not manage to adapt quickly enough.
This requires managers and management teams that…
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The scientific study of behavior and mental processes, psychology (Psychology 2nd Edition, 4), I sometimes find myself wondering who I really am. What makes me act the way I sometimes act? What makes me who I am? What is my personality like? I find myself asking these questions when I’m in bed late night or even just when I’m outside taking a brisk walk. These questions are very difficult and…
Personality and Life
• “Personality matters on more than just
theoretical grounds” (p. 133)
• Personality affects and predicts important
life outcomes (health, well-being,
relationship quality, career success, etc.)
• Over time, a person’s little behaviors that
are driven by his/her personality traits will
add up to drastically different outcomes
Persons and Situations
• “Personality traits are better for describing how
people act in general” (p. 135)
• Relationships and jobs
“DESCRIBE AND EVALUATE CARL JUNG’S THEORY CONCERNING PERSONALITY TYPES AND SHOW HOW THEY MIGHT USEFULLY HELP A THERAPIST TO DETERMINE THERAPEUTIC GOALS”.
Carl Gustav Jung was born on the 26 July 1875. He was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology. Jung created some of the best-known psychological concepts. Jung proposed and developed the concepts of extraversion and introversion, archetypes, and the collective unconscious. His work has been influential in psychiatry…
communication since the 1990’s and most of the general public is not sure what impacts this style of communication has on our adolescents and young adults growing up in this era. This researcher believes it has influence both positively and negatively. Personality type and narcissism are a factor to be considered, as well as level of self-esteem. “Individuals higher in narcissism and lower in self-esteem are involved in greater amounts of online activity.” (Mehdizadeh, 2010, p.1).
There are conflicting findings…
The Personality Traits of a Manager
MOD 310: Issues in Management
September 17, 2014
A person’s personality trait can define who they are. Some can tell these traits by the way a person reacts to certain situations, personal or on the job. A person develop traits from the way they were raised and the environment that surrounded them. Everyone carries some type of personality trait, but no one carries any that are identical. Managers have personality traits just like…