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Copy of Psychology: Type A & B Personalities!

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Yew Melvin

on 1 March 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Psychology: Type A & B Personalities!

LEADERSHIP INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
AND TRAITS Characteristics of Type A Type B Personality Type A Personality Outcomes of work
related behavior Characteristics of Type B High need for control

Time Urgency
Competitiveness
Polyphasic Behaviours
Hostility Outcomes of
work related behaviors Relaxed
Less stressed
Sensitive
Laid back attitude What is Type A personality? What is Type B personality? This does not mean
that one is better
than the other. Type A Type B Both have Pros and Cons Theories of personality The three main theories THE THREE THEORIES
The traits approach to personality
The situational approach to personality
The interactional approach to personality Situational Approach Interactional approach Moderate ambition and drive
Cooperative
Innovative and novel ideas
Flexible
Quality over Quantity
Poor time management Set high goals
Hardworking
Stress-prone
Prefer to work alone
Poor delegation Type AB ???!!! Different types of personalities helps us deal with stressful situations differently. traits approach Situational approach Good environment Not so good = A B 1950s
Coronary disease
Categorization The Creation Meyer Friedman Ray Rosenman Behavioral
Characteristics Positive

Ambitious
Motivated
Focused
High achieving
Multitasking Negative

Workaholic
Risk taking
Aggressive
Impatient
Persistent
Controlling Behavioral
Characteristics Positive

Less Stressed
Process-Oriented
Creative
Patient
Reflective Negative

Procrastinate
Unmotivated
Slow
Complacent
Poor Time Management Situations they work well in Type A

Competition

Stressful environments

Appealing Jobs:
Business,
Entrepreneurship,
Management
Politics. Type B

Team-work based

People-oriented jobs

Jobs that require empathy and patience
e.g. social sector

Handle stress better Situations they don’t
work so well Type A

Deadlines

Innovative ideas

Teamwork Type B

Multi-tasking

Structured environments

Working alone
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