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Unformatted text preview: In my own life, two personal constructs that carry great weight for me are loyalty and integrity. I gravitate toward other people who engage in activities that embody these values and who hold these values in their own personal constructs. Accordingly, I see to avoid circumstances and individuals who do not demonstrate these qualities. Our personal constructs greatly influence our responses and actions to the situations that we move in each day. Our construct acts as a framework in which we can compare past experiences with current ones. We can review the elements of each and then reach a decision to act based on our consideration of the similarities, differences and possible consequences. References McAdams, Dan (2006). The person a new introduction to personality psychology (4th ed.). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ....
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