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Alyna Beardslee

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How do you get your personality?
By, Alyna Beardslee

Psychoanalytic Theory
This theory suggests that your personality is determined during a person's childhood, especially up to 5 years old. Eating, toilet training, and your feelings are all factors. Your personality may change with your relationships, how you see your self, and your environment. When you are a younger child and toddler your relationship with your mom helps develop your personality. Seeing yourself a certain way that you don't like might make you change your personality. Your environment, as a kid, is also a factor. For example, if you are raised to be able to do things on your own your personality can become independent.
Social Cognitive
Theory
According to this theory, personality consists of different behaviors learned from repeating others around you and being told by other people. This says that your personality changes from situation to situation, than to being the same all the time. People change what they do because we recognize rewards we get for certain behavior, so we change it for each specific situation.
Trait Theory
If you have a certain character trait, it will affect your personality and what you do in certain situations. For example, if you have the trait of being sociable you may start a conversation. However, if you don't have the trait of being sociable you might not talk to many people.
(above) Some character traits
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Bibliography
www.worldbookonline.com

www.go.grolier.com

www.anthro.palomar.edu
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