BEH Wk6 CP1 - 7. Do you prefer studying in a library, or at...

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My interviewee is my husband. His name is Robert Hoyt. He 28, a small engine mechanic, and we have two children together ages 4 and 6. I had my interviewee take the Jung personality test for my own reference for the final interview. Here are some of the questions I am planning on asking: 1. Would you describe yourself as Introverted or Extroverted, and why? 2. Are you more of a thinker or a feeler, and why? 3. The results of the Jung personality test resulted in stating you are trusting and dependable. Can you think of reasons why you have this type of personality? 4. Do you think gender, race, or ethnicity effect a person’s personality? 5. What type of defense mechanism (I will give him the list from the text to view) suits you best and why? 6. Do you remember information more accurately if you observe the behavior being performed or do you prefer to read how the behavior is performed?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Do you prefer studying in a library, or at home where there are background noises and some distractions? 8. Which experiences do you feel contributed most in the development of your personality? 9. Do you feel that you are self-monitoring in regards to his/her attitudes? How or how not? 10. What do you feel was the strongest influence on your attitudes? 11. Do you feel you are better at tasks when intrinsically motivated or extrinsically motivated? At the beginning of this course I explained to my husband that I needed to interview someone for my final. I was thinking of interviewing my sister who is two years older than I, and my husband actually insisted on me interviewing him. I have his total permission to share the results of the interview as my final presentation....
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course AXIA Axia taught by Professor Na during the Spring '09 term at Phoenix School of Law.

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