Week 12.1 - Personality CLASS - Personality Personality...

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11/15/16 1 Personality 11/15/16 Personality • What are some of your beliefs about personality? • What are some personality tests that you’ve taken? Do you think that they accurately captured your personality? • How do you think personality differs from temperament? Temperament • Inborn differences between one person and another in emotions reactivity, and self- regulation Temperament Types o Difficult – irritable, intense, and unpredictable Temperament Types o Difficult – irritable, intense, and unpredictable o Easy – cheerful, relaxed, and predictable in feeding and sleeping Temperament Types o Difficult – irritable, intense, and unpredictable o Easy – cheerful, relaxed, and predictable in feeding and sleeping o Slow-to-warm-up – tend to resist and withdraw from new people and situations
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11/15/16 2 • In the video, pay attention to: – Differences among the temperament types – Parenting techniques that best fit each temperament Temperament Types YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EcA9mgxBwk Goodness of Fit • Similarity of temperament and values that produces a smooth interaction between an individual and his or her social context, including family, school, and community. • What were some techniques described in the video that captured goodness of fit? Personality • Our characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting • How does personality differ from temperament? – Personality builds upon temperament – Temperament is innate; Personality is nurtured – Personality includes thoughts and behaviors Personality • Popular psychology ways that personality has been measured – Zodiac signs – Myers-Briggs – Buzzfeed (What’s your Disney character?)
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11/15/16 3 Retrieval Practice • What is temperament?
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