Personality - PERSONALITY SELF Personality Definition Unique features of the individual characteristics Emotions thoughts behavior tendencies Types

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1 1 PERSONALITY & SELF Definition Types of assessments Theories: trait humanistic social cognitive/behavioral psychodynamic Integration Copyright @2011 Robin Lea West 2 Personality Unique features of the individual Enduring characteristics Emotions, thoughts, behavior tendencies 3 Temperament – an infant’s typical emotional reactivity and intensity, at very early age 4 How measure? Checklists, questionnaires for traits 5 Checklist Honest Unhappy Irritable Social Obstinate Unreliable Impetuous Popular Selfish Excitable Good-natured Generous Unfriendly Open-minded Cruel Attractive 6 How measure? 1. Checklists, questionnaires for traits 2. MMPI (self-report inventory)
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2 7 MMPI psychopathic hypochondriasis psychasthenia social introversion depression 8 How measure? 1. Checklists, questionnaires for traits 2. MMPI (self-report inventory) 3. projective tests 9 Projective test: Thematic Apperception Test - TAT 10 Projective test: Rorschach Inkblots 10 11 How measure? 1. Checklists, questionnaires for traits
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Dobson during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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Personality - PERSONALITY SELF Personality Definition Unique features of the individual characteristics Emotions thoughts behavior tendencies Types

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