Personality

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16:44 Personality An organized combination of attributes, motives, values, and behaviors Patterns of traits Unique to each individual Consistent across situations and time Self-Concept : Perceptions What am I? Self Esteem : Evaluation Am I good or bad? Identity : Overall sense of who you are Examples of things that can factor into identity? Three parts of the personality Selfish Id ; Rational Ego ; Moralist Superego
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Unformatted text preview: Stages of psychosexual development Biological: ends at sexual maturity Personality formed in first 5 years Childhood anxieties become adult traits Crisis-Oriented Stages Result From: Maturational forces Social demands Psychometric Approach Personality: a set of traits Measurement approach Big Five - Universal and stable Evidence of genetic basis Universal 16:44 16:44...
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