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Transcript of Psychology Comics
with person-situation interactions References Friedman, H. S. & Schustack, M. W. (2012). Personality: Classic theories and modern research (5th ed.). Boston: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon. 212 Isabella is a sophomore in college who is spending her Spring Break at Rocky Point for the first time. She drinks heavily, engages in sexual activity with strangers, sleeps through the day to be ready to party at night, and spends most of the week in a bikini. She is very outgoing with everyone she meets. When the semester ends, Isabella goes home for the summer to be with her parents. Isabella dresses conservatively, and is usually home by midnight, unless she spends the night at a friend’s house. Her parents believe her sexual activity has been limited to a boyfriend she dated for two years. Isabella has not mentioned dating anyone since the break up. When she goes to the beach with her parents, Isabella wears a one piece bathing suit. She is generally outgoing, friendly, and considered a “good girl.” Her parents had once hoped she would marry the boy next door, until he got a tattoo. Situation Interaction
Scenario The influence of the situations on
personality and behavior How the individual’s personality changed given the situation (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry
B=f(P,E) - Behavior is a function of the person and the environment
Harry Stack Sullivan (1953)
-Focuses on the social interactions and situations that encounters an individual. If something we have learned during this course
is how unpredictable is the human being. We have seen how fragile it can be our development and all the variables that can affect us. In this presentation we bring a scenario adapted to our reality and we will be using two different theories to analyze it and see as this case contrasts. We hope to help you understand the concepts of both theories. Trait Relevance and the “Personality” of Situations
Personal versus Social Situations
Seeking and Creating Situations Josue Davila Daisy Rivera Eduardo Arroyo Wisselly Nieves Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Daisy Rivera Wisselly Nieves Josue Davila Eduardo