Chapter 7 - Chapter7: 18:45 Individuality ,

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Chapter 7: Exploring the Diversity of Individuality  18:45 Individuality Individualism  refers to one’s self concept, to the image of oneself as an  individual unit whose motivations and behavior are aimed at individual goals,  as apposed to a member of a group. many world cultures do not support individualism colleges value individualism by creating a competitive environment in which  our success is determined by our ability to set and achieve our own goals individuality  is the term used to describe the “development of differences  within the personality” talents, will, and preferences help us explore our own individuality, and are  considered  learning styles Talents Talents:  those abilities that come as a result of the interaction of our genes,  our environment, our experience, and our effort. A clear view of our own talents helps us make good decisions about work and 
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course SPMT SPMT 217 taught by Professor Tibedeax during the Spring '10 term at Texas A&M.

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