Week 2 Personality Theory

Week 2 Personality Theory - Personalities Theory Activity 1...

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Personalities Theory Activity 1 Personalities Theory Activity William Edwards PSY/210 Donna Volk PSY 210
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Personalities Theory Activity 2 Two of the personality theories that have a many differences and very little similarity are the Humanistic and the Trait Theory. Though they are so different they do share one common belief that I support and that is that a person’s choices make up their individual personality. A person’s personality is a combination of qualities and characteristics that form an individual’s distinctive character. I believe that these qualities are formed in early life by situations that the person experiences. For example if the person experiences an abusive situation that the person’s personality can become withdrawn, shy, scared or they could be aggressive, agitated, and abusive to others. These traits are formed because they have experienced them in their early life. Once formed these traits are hard if not impossible to change later on. The Humanistic theory views each person as a unique individual that has their
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