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An In Depth Look at the Personality of Captain Jack Sparrow

A.P. Psychology 4th quarter project 2014 5th period
by

Katherine Hubbard

on 16 May 2014

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Transcript of An In Depth Look at the Personality of Captain Jack Sparrow

An in Depth Look at the Personality of Captain Jack Sparrow
by Katherine Hubbard

Personality Analysis
Captain Jack Sparrow is a notorious pirate from Disney's
Pirates of the Caribbean,
and is a funny sly and dynamic character.
Poor Relationships
Deceptive
Psychoanalytic Perspective
Jack Sparrow is ruled by his Id.
- no concern for others
- Promiscuous
- deceptive


Terror-Management Theory
-convinced he can allude death
Trait Perspective
The Five Factor Model
Openness
Extraversion
Conscientiousness
Mental Disorder
Antisocial Personality Disorder
A person of 18 years or older can be diagnosed with this disorder if they exhibit 3 or more of the following behaviors:

(1) repeatedly breaking the law

(2) repeatedly deceiving others (lying, using aliases, or conning others for personal profit or pleasure)

(3) acting impulsively and or not planning ahead

(4) irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults

(5) reckless disregard for safety of self or others

(6) repeated irresposibility (failure to sustain consistent work behaviors, or honor financial obligations)

(7) lack of remorse (rationalize hurting, mistreating, or stealing from others)
Treatment
psychoanalytic therapy
free association
transference
resistance
Behavioral Therapy
Aversion Therapy
biomedical treatment
At this time there are no biomedical treatments available for people with Antisocial Personality Disorder.
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