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Personalities Theory Activity

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Personalities Theory Activity 1 Personalities Theory Activity Kathy Tyson Axia College/ Psy 210 January 9, 2011 IIdi Shaffer
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Personalities Theory Activity 2 Since a healthy personality means knowing one’s self, I choose three personality theories that I believe relate to each other. The three personality theories that I have chosen are the Psychodynamic Theory, the Humanistic Theory, and Sociocultural Theory. These three theories all share a form, that love is part of a healthy personality. The Humanistic Theory and Sociocultural Theory are comparable because both deal with and understanding of the self, concepts we have of self, and help establish concepts of how we believe others view us. The Psychodynamic Theory limits who we are as simply being driven by basic human forces, such as; desires and needs. The Humanistic and Sociocultural Theory provide the importance of the need of love and belonging, whether it is through friends and family, or social groups.
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