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List and describe the “5 goals” of personality theory
5. Applications: From theory to practice- convert theoretical ideas into beneficial applications (s/a therapy)Define TheoryA set of propositions that explains observations and suggests directions for future researchList and Explain the framework by which personality is understoodStructure: What components make up personality?- Traits, behavior (reactions), thought processes- Freud:id, ego, superegoProcess: What motivates human beings?- social expectations, interests, desires, emotions, self-actualization, goalsGrowth & Development:How does personality develop?- social interactions, conditioning, environmentPsychopathology:How do things go wrong?- trauma, experiences, genetics, biological or physical changesChange/Theory:How do counselors correct these psychological problems?- behavior & cognitive changes; chemical or physical changesDescribe the important classical issues that have shaped the field of personality. Philosophical view of person:The power of the unconscious:The power of environmental conditioning:The power of genetics:Consistency of personality across situations and over time:The power of conscious thought processes/cognitions:Influence of past, present, and future on behavior:List and briefly describe the 6 perspectives in personality psychology1. Humanistic Perspective: - Self-concept; personal experience2. Biological/Trait Perspective:

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