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Personality

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Jana Go

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of Personality

PERSONALITY Jana Go, Karen Cadacio, Vince Molino, Erika Loquellano, Yansii Lanuza, Julie Sianquita, Ysabel Azucena, KC Viray, Milca Co Personality is ... general: formal: qualities or characteristics you like or dislike about a person the individual's unique and consistent pattern for behaving, thinking, and feeling as he or she interacts with the environment We study personality to determine the underlying causes for individual differences in behavior MAIN
OBJECTIVE Sigmund Freud's DEFENSE
MECHANISMS NON-FREUDIANS PSYCHOANALYTIC
THEORY EGO ID SUPEREGO pleasure principle reality principle moral principle CONSCIOUS PRECONSCIOUS UNCONSCIOUS repression sublimation denial displacement projection CARL JUNG'S ANALYTIC
PSYCHOLOGY collective unconscious ALFRED ADLER'S INDIVIDUAL
PSYCHOLOGY inferiority vs. superiority KAREN HORNEY'S PSYCHOANALYTIC
SOCIAL
THEORY basic anxiety PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH Carl Rogers' Abraham Maslow's HUMANISTIC APPROACH Person-Centered
Theory self-concept & distortion Heirarchy
of
Needs PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS safety & belongingness LOVE self-esteem SELF
ACTUALIZATION GORDON ALLPORT'S RAYMOND CATTELL'S Five Factor
Model HANS EYSENK'S TRAIT APPROACH Personological
Trait
Theory central, secondary and cardinal traits Sixteen Personality Factor factor analysis & source traits Three Dimensions of Personality extraversion-intoversion
neuroticism
psychoticism Behavioral Approach Social Cognitive Approach ALBERT BANDURA RECIPROCAL DETERMINISM METHODS IN ASSESSING PERSONALITY INTERVIEW BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION PERSONALITY TESTS PROJECTIVE TESTS
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