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PERSONALITY - PART 2

Personality - Part 2
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Linda Olson

on 5 June 2016

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PERSONALITY - PART 2
HUMANISTIC THEORY OF PERSONALITY- focuses on human experience, problems, potentials , and ideals.
Abraham Maslow: Author of Maslow's Hierarchy

Characteristics of Maslow's Self-Actualization
1. Efficient Perception of Reality
2. Comfortable acceptance of self and others.
3. Spontaneity
4. Task Centering
5. Autonomy
6. Continued Freshness of Appreciation
7. Fellowship with Humanity
8. Profound Interpersonal Relationships.
9. Comfort with Solitude
10. Non Hostile sense of humor.
11. Peak Experiences - ecstasy, harmony, deep meaning , a one with the universe.
Organismic Valuing - A natural undistorted full body reaction to an experience.
Peterson & Seligman (2004) - Six Human Strengths That Contribute to Life Satisfaction
1. Wisdom and Knowledge.
2. Courage
3. Humanity
4. Justice
5. Temperance
6. Transcendence
Carl Rogers- Humanistic Theory - emphasizes the human capacity for inner peace & happiness.
A FULLY FUNCTIONING PERSON is a person living in harmony with his or her deepest feelings, impulses, and intuitions.
SELF- A continuously evolving conception of one's personal identity.
Organismic valuing: A natural, undistorted, full-body reaction to
an experience.
NEO-FREUDIANS
ALFRED ADLER - Disagreed with Freud on the importance of sexuality - we are social creatures governed by social urges, not by biological instincts.
KAREN HORNEY - rejected Freud's claim that "anatomy is destiny".
CARL JUNG - a student of Freud, but developed his own concepts and ideas...
Persona - mask or "public self" presented to others
Personal unconscious- mental storehouse for personal unconscious thoughts
Collective unconscious-mental storehouse for unconscious ideas, and images shared by all humans Archetype - a universal idea, image, or pattern, found in the collective unconscious.
MANDALAS-symbols of the self-archetype
Carl Rogers - Author of The Fully Functioning Person
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Creativity and Madness Presentation majikdrum
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